D. C.
August 2009
Australian Auto Action;8/26/2009, Issue 1355, p4
The article reports that Ford Performance Racing (FPR) team principal Tim Edwards has admitted Rod Nash Racing is just one of three teams he is in talks with to run a third FPR car in 2010. Edwards said the team has the infrastructure in place to field a third, and even a fourth car, and that the team has made no secret of its desires to do so for next year. Edwards told that he is talking to three separate teams who are interested in having a customer relationship with them.


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