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Multiple reports have surfaced saying that David Reutimann the driver of the #00 Aarons Toyota for Michael Waltrip Racing will not be returning for the 2012 season and that Mark Martin will be taking his place. An official announcement is set to come on Friday at Texas Motor Speedway. But does the singing of Martin make Michael Waltrip Racing a viable team? Since it’s inception the team has primarily been a back of the pack entitle. Two exceptions have been wins by David Reutimann at Charlotte and Chicagoland. Aside from those races, the majority of the fans know the team for equipment failures and zany commercials for sponsors NAPA and Aarons. Waltrip is trying to make improvements this year. He signed Clint Bowyer and is planning on expanding to three full time cars. While other teams are staying at their current capacity or in the case of Roush Fenway Racing shrinking to three cars, Waltrip is expanding. Bowyer has four Cup victories, a Nationwide Series title and a history of ma...
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