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Published December 1, 2011
* Wilson said of the Toyota Camry serving as the pace car for the Daytona 500, the “The Great American Race”: “Five years ago, when we came into the sport, it would have been a much more polarizing issue. Today the fans won’t even recognize the irony in that statement."
*SRT Brand Motorsports Dodge Dir of Marketing & Operations Beth Parretta said manufacturers spend so heavily on motorsports sponsorships because motorsports fans are influencers. Parretta: “They’re the ones their family and friends and co-workers look to when it comes to cars.”
* Allison said of the one change he would make to the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series: "The cars have to look like the cars in the driveway. That’s coming.”