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Gilles: Dodge Has No Plans To Leave NASCAR Despite No Teams Signed For '13
Published March 12, 2012
NOT SHYING AWAY: Gilles said, "We could have decided not to show the 2013 car and walk away, but we don’t shy away from these things and we’re very excited about the new car. It’s got a lot of potential. The feedback is good. NASCAR’s happy with it so ... it’s a reset and we’re going to look at our options.” Gilles said continuing to support Robby Gordon Motorsports and possibly reuniting with Richard Petty Motorsports “are on our list of options” for Dodge going forward and “our phone has actually been ringing pretty steadily” ("Wind Tunnel With Dave Despain,” Speed, 3/11).