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Published September 27, 2013
ESPN's Ryan McGee said that NAPA is now "reevaluating the return on investment" in NASCAR. McGee noted they "write the one big check, they're the one sponsor on the hood," and the sport is "down to only four or five connections that do that." McGee noted the company's NASCAR spend is $16M, and they are "evaluating whether they're going to be in the sport at all next year" ("NASCAR Now," ESPN2, 9/27).