Originally written on Tireball.com  |  Last updated 10/13/14
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Kenny Wallace worked hard last season trying to make something out of the little that RAB had. Entering the second weekend of the NASCAR season it’s looking like Wallace may lose his ride in the #09 car due to lack of sponsorship. Wallace has sponsorship for the next four races coming from American Ethanol and Family Farmers but after that team owner Robby Benton has told the veteran driver that he will sell the car out. Selling the car out would likely mean that Benton would place someone in the car who would provide him the most money on a given weekend is what Wallace has implied. “He’s already got some little rich kids calling about buying races, so I may be out of the car pretty soon. I’m heartbroken,” said Wallace. “I worked my ass off last year to get my dignity back and prove to everyone that we could still run up front. And look at me now, running around like a bozo in a plain black car. It’s demoralizing. I can’t find any more money, so it looks like I’m not goin...
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