Weekend Recap: Allmendinger Finishes Ninth In Charter Dodge At Martinsville

MARTINSVILLE, Va. (Sunday, March 29, 2009) – Martinsville Speedway is considered by many the most difficult of the three short tracks on the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series schedule. Several Dodge drivers will agree after Sunday’s 500-lap battle on the paper clip-shaped .526-mile track. An exception was AJ Allmendinger who drove the No. 44 Charter Communications Dodge Charger to a ninth-place finish. (more…)

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Weekend Recap: Allmendinger Finishes Ninth In Charter Dodge At Martinsville

NASCAR Preview: Busch Hopes to ‘Clip’ Competition in Martinsville

BUSCH LOOKS TO BRING ‘AL’ COMPANY WITH MARTINSVILLE WIN

All Seven Dodge Teams Guaranteed A Starting Spot In Sunday’s Race

MARTINSVILLE, Va., (March 26, 2009) – The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series rolls into southern Virginia for this weekend’s Goody’s Fast Relief 500 at the demanding flat short track of Martinsville Speedway. This weekend’s event is the sixth of 36 point’s races on the Sprint Cup schedule.

The .526-mile track, built in 1947, is often referred to as a ‘paper clip’ for its unique flat and low-banked oval configuration. Martinsville not only tests the mechanical fortitude of race teams, but patience…

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NASCAR Preview: Busch Hopes to ‘Clip’ Competition in Martinsville

Feedback Update: Call Centers Moving to U.S.

We pass this note along from our Customer Satisfaction Department, which has made a decision to move our customer call center to the U.S. The company received feedback about this (your voices here on the blog were no small part of that) and decided to make a change. These calls will be taken in Metro Detroit and Salt Lake City now. The full dispatch to dealers is attached.

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Feedback Update: Call Centers Moving to U.S.