Bobby Labonte Searches for Wins with Ask.com
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Bobby Labonte driving a Ford? OK. I’m a Labonte fan. At least he’s driving something in the Sprint Cup Series.
Driving a Fusion for Hall of Fame Racing? That doesn’t inspire me much. I am, after all, a J J Yeley fan too and Hall of Shame didn’t do anything for J J ’s career.
But the car will be supported through a hybrid, satellite deal where Hall of Fame’s No. 96 will be powered and pitted by Doug Yates’ Racing team, which also seems to mean support from Jack Roush and Roush-Fenway’s Ford factory team.
So given some of the scenarios I’d heard and read about concerning Texas Bobby, driving a car with solid support from one of the best organizations in the sport, is about as good as it could get I guess.
And that car will have full season sponsorship from NASCAR’s new “official search engine," Ask.com. Spiffy paint scheme too: flames and everything. He’ll get to debut the Ask.com No. 96 Fusion in the Budweiser Shootout at Daytona International Speedway next month.
Maybe Labonte will relax a bit too, now that he isn’t “the Great Petty Blue Hope.”
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