Penske stands by team in wake of Richmond scandal Print
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Sunday, 22 September 2013 05:39
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 LOUDON, N.H. (AP) - Roger Penske says his team didn't do anything wrong in the Richmond scandal that rocked NASCAR.
Penske was at New Hampshire and back at a NASCAR track for the first time since the sport's big embarrassment. He insisted his team was in the clear and knew nothing about a deal with Front Row Motorsports to get Joey Logano in the Chase.
Penske says his team had ``no deal'' with Front Row.
He also says he's yet to make a decision on Sam Hornish Jr's future. Hornish leads the Nationwide Series standings but has no Cup ride for 2014. Penske says he told Hornish to look around at other offers.
 

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