Originally written on Tireball.com  |  Last updated 10/16/14
Following Denny Hamlin’s win this weekend at Kansas word came from Joe Gibbs Racing president J.D. Gibbs that the organization was working closely with Toyota on a deal that would ensure the team ran Camrys going forward. The words “we’ll be with Toyota for a long time to come” spoken by Gibbs ended any speculation that the organization would run Dodge powered cars in 2013. Dodge has been seeking an organization to run their cars following the news that Penske Racing would drive Ford powered cars in 2013. Gibbs currently has three cars at the NASCAR Sprint Cup level with drivers Hamlin, Kyle Busch, and Joey Logano. With JGR off the market the manufacturer may have to turn to Richard Petty Motorsports who has a long history with Dodge. RPM currently fields Fords with help from Roush Fenway Racing. Over the weekend the organization said that a return to Dodge was not out of the question for 2013. Right now there are no full time teams confirmed to be running Dodge cars in 2013 and t...
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