Good post Christy. One of the more intelligent ones I've read on here. No one will ever know what really went on between them and maybe we don't have to know. It's over and done with. End of story.<quoted text>
Who knows what she got out of the deal,I do think its sad that DEI has come down to not having sponsorship and having to park the #8 but thats the way business and life goes. She made her decision and Jr made his and now they both have to just deal with what they have now. I don't know what went down with Jr and Threasa but my opinion is they both let there personal feelings get in the way of something that should have been just another business deal.
The No. 8 car that Dale Earnhardt Jr. made famous while driving for his late father's team is being parked.
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#22 Apr 15, 2009
#23 Apr 15, 2009
Thanks, no we will never know the hole story behind both of there decisions.
#24 Apr 15, 2009
One more grid filler parked.
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