Teresa Earnhardt shows her party side to the media
An "Off the Record" party thrown by Teresa Earnhardt and Dale Earnhardt Inc. last week may be just the right start for the makeover of the most vilified woman in motorsports, writes Terry Blount.
- Things you'll never see in NASCAR:
[+] EnlargeAP Photo/Evan AgostiniMax Siegel already has helped guide DEI through some tough waters.
- The France family declares bankruptcy.
- Team owner Jack Roush happily announces Toyota as his new partner.
- Michael Waltrip wins a Sprint Cup title.
- Jeff Gordon becomes the most popular driver at Talladega.
- Teresa Earnhardt has a party for the media.
Tony Stewart gave a nice speech at the Nextel Cup awards banquet, but he could use a little help from the fashion police.AP Photo/Stuart RamsonTony Stewart had a blackout at the awards banquet Friday.
After Danica Patrick and Dan Wheldon had a little in-your-face argument last season, Texas Motor Speedway president Eddie Gossage seized the moment for his IndyCar race one week later. Gossage had boxing posters made up of the two racers that read: "Rumble at the Speedway."Now Gossage already has a new slogan in mind for when "Dancing with the Stars" winner Helio Castroneves arrives for the 2008 IndyCar event."We don't have to change much," Gossage said. "We'll go with 'Rumba at the Speedway.'"
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