NASCAR Really Stupid Silly Season ~ Ryan Newman signs verbal contract!!

Ryan Newman has reached a verbal agreement to drive for Stewart-Haas Racing next season, a NASCAR source close to the situation told ESPN.com on Wednesday. Read more here!

Ryan Newman Signs New Deal! Listen to more here!

Ryan Newman narrows it down! 

Strike Joe Gibbs Racing from the list of potential employers for Ryan Newman. Newman’s name has been most prominently mentioned to land with Stewart-Haas Racing next season. Sources close to the situation said he also has had discussions with JGR, Richard Childress Racing and Gillett Evernham Motorsports. An RCR official said Friday that he expected Newman to go to Stewart, and JGR president J.D. Gibbs said Sunday it was unlikely the driver of Penske Racing’s No. 12 would join his Toyota team. Read more here.

Has Ryan Newman made up his mind?

A network website is reporting that a NASCAR source close to the situation told them that the deal and announcement could be made official within the month.Newman supposedly reached the agreement after Joe Gibbs Racing was unable to finalize a deal for sponsorship to start a fourth team. JGR president J.D. Gibbs confirmed on Sunday at Indianapolis that it was every unlikely that they could get sponsorship for both Newman and a forth team, making Newman a non-factor. “Another time, another day, maybe. He’s a great individual. You would love to have him on your team. It’s just all those ducks aren’t in a row.” Read more here!

 Newman agrees to drive for Stewart-Haas !! 

Read more here at SportingNews.com

 Newman to join Stewart Racing

Story Here by Pete Byrne ~ WSBB 22 South Bend – Your South Bend Local News Leader!

Ryan Newman to Race with Stewart-Haas

The news is in, and Todd Morse says Daytona 500 winner Ryan Newman is racing with Stewart-Haas.

Tony Stewart’s future is looking brighter because of Joe Gibbs Racing’s inability to find sponsorship for a fourth team.  Thanks to that lack of sponsorship, Stewart’s new 2009 Stewart-Haas racing team now has a verbal agreement with top tier NASCAR driver and fellow Indianan, Ryan Newman.  Read more here!

 
Ryan Newman acquires a minority share in Tony Stewart’s new Sprint Cup team

Read more here at SI.com!

 

Don’t Get too Excited Just Yet!

A source close to Ryan reveals it all.

Don’t believe everything you read on the internet! There have been some recent articles posted that reporters have put out that sound factual.  However, Ryan has not verbally agreed to anything and is still working on his 2009 and future plans.  It is funny how much speculation has been going on about Ryan’s future.  Everyone will know when the deal is signed, the i’s are dotted and T’s are crossed.  Sorry to disappoint, just don’t want anyone to  jump to conclusions. 
On to other things.  This has been a week of controversy.  I don’t know how those celebs in LA handle all the false information and attention the media puts out there.  Don’t even get me started on Rusty Wallace!

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  2. Did asnyone ever tell you the Snap pop-ups on websites and blogs are a pain in the posterior?

    Sorry, some things juust need to be said.

    BTW, I signed a “verbal” agreement once.

    I ended up with a wife and 2 rugrats.

  3. Be very careful. I went with JGR’s and Tony Stewart’s denials about Stewart-Haas racing and insisted on my blog that Stewart wouldn’t be leaving JGR until at least 2010, and that David Newton, Tom Bowles, and Marty Smith didn’t know what they were talking about. When the deal was finally announced I was left with egg on my face. If my blog had any credibility then, it doesn’t now.

  4. Well, I think that when I quote “The Source” close to Ryan and the source is his WIFE, I am not going to be terribly scorned. The links and FAKE magazines just make a point as to how stupid the media is. Sheesh!
    I wonder how many people actually read entire posts before they take it as gospel truth.

  5. YEs Marc…they are a pain, however, I made my point.


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