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Another NASCAR team could be sold before 2021

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The future of Germain Racing for the 2021 NASCAR season has been shed into doubt, as the team owner Bob Germain is open for a sale of the team. 

Responding to their 2021 plans, the team issued a statement stating:

“At this time, anything is on the table. Germain Racing does not have a signed sponsorship contract for 2021 and Bob Germain is exploring conversations for a potential sale.”

One of the teams, Spire Motorsports, has already been sold this year and Germain Racing could be the second NASCAR Cup Series team to be sold.

The team, which has an alliance with Richard Childress Racing, has a Cup charter with Ty Dillon driving the No.13 Chevrolet for the team.

But, they are without any sponsors for the 2021 season as their sponsorship with GEICO ends after this year.

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