Posted August 25, 2012 on AP on Fox
Roger Penske said Saturday he's taking his time deciding who will drive his No. 22 car next season. Penske released AJ Allmendinger following his failed drug test, and Sam Hornish Jr. has been driving the car since Daytona in July. But the search continues for a full-time solution. ''We've got a lot of races left and we've really got to take a look at all the options until we get to the final decision,'' Penske said before the race at Bristol Motor Speedway. ''You just don't make a decision like this. Sam's running well, we've got sponsors, we've got to decide if we want to three cars next year or two.'' Penske fields two cars right now, but has room to expand providing he had the sponsorship for additional teams. Joey Logano, in the final year of his contract with Joe Gibbs Racing, has been mentioned repeatedly as a strong candidate for the ride. ''He's obviously a candidate,'' Penske said. '&...
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