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WALLACE LOOKS TO KEEP CHASE MOMENTUM GOING AT MARTINSVILLE
-Defending Advance Auto Parts 500 Champions “Racing Smart,” Says Crew Chief Larry Carter-

MARTINSVILLE, Va. (April 5, 2005) – Miller Lite Dodge driver Rusty Wallace took exception to a major newspaper reporter’s line of questioning after qualifying third at Bristol last Friday. The subject wasn’t last weekend’s Food City 500, but rather Wallace’s quest to remain in the top 10 in the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup point standings and be a participant in this year’s “Chase For The Championship.”

“I absolutely do (see myself qualifying for The Chase),” Wallace said after being told by the writer that he was not expected to be in the mix for this year’s championship during his final “Last Call” season as a driver. “I understand why they think that based on last year’s points and what happened, but I know what happened last year and how our car is running this year. I expect myself to be in the top five, top eight at least. I feel that good about our cars. That’s a disturbing statement you just said, but hopefully we can change some people’s minds. A lot of people have a lot of opinions.”

“Another major team player that took offense to that line of questioning is crew chief Larry Carter.

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Wallace Determined To Conclude Driving Career While On Top Of His Game


JUSTIN, Texas (Jan. 12, 2005) -- When Miller Lite Dodge driver Rusty Wallace announced last August that the 2005 NASCAR NEXTEL Cup season would be his last as a driver, he quickly said he wanted to end his driving career while he was at the top of his game.

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