LOUDON, N.H. (AP) - For sale: Prime real estate on the hood of cars driven by former Cup champions Tony Stewart and Jeff Gordon.
Gordon and Stewart, who have six championships between them, are NASCAR's two biggest stars looking for additional sponsorship for next season. They're chasing corporate America's dollars just as much they're driving for a title over the 10-race Chase for the Sprint Cup championship.
Corporate sponsors have dried up to the point that Kyle Busch says he may have to fold his truck team next season. Busch says it would be ``pretty detrimental'' to the low-budget series if he can't race in it next year.
Gordon also called it ``disappointing'' that a potential deal with Wal-Mart collapsed at the bargaining table.

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