JTG Daugherty Racing has a lot of decisions to make in the next few weeks.
First, what to do about Bobby Labonte, the 49-year-old veteran racer who fell off of his bike on Wednesday and broke three ribs.
Although A.J. Allmendinger was officially named the driver of the No. 47 car for 2014, he was only signed up for three more races with the team this year. Sunday's Cup event at Atlanta Motor Speedway along with the Kansas Speedway and the season finale at Homestead were expected to be his only races remaining.
But after Labonte's wipeout, it's uncertain when the 2000 NASCAR champion might return.
"Bobby is pretty banged up right now," said JTGD co-owner Tad Geschickter. "He has another doctor's appointment on Monday, so I guess as a football head coach says, 'It may be a game-time decision.'
"Bobby still has a burning passion to drive the race car and see his contract through the end, but having said that, we obviously don't want to him to risk further injury or push the issue,...