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The Ronnie Renner Show Vol. IV
9/16/2011 3:55 PM
JS7 to twotwo!
9/16/2011 10:41 AM
Hes making the team credible by finishing where he has this year...what other non-factory has even been in contention? None of them.
Its a lot easier to attract sponsors and riders when its obvious you are in contention for a top spot...give him one more year of being a contender for the #1 plate then he'll be able to attrack talent like Wilson and others to ride two two. Who wouldn't want to ride for an ex-champion vs. some corporate suit.
Good on him for having the balls to spend his own cash for what he loves
9/16/2011 10:30 AM
you yanks out there pronounce your "t's" as "d's" so in reality, this is "Chadder box" but yeh, such a down to earth racer, best of luck in Des Nations, even if i want team GB to smash it.
9/16/2011 10:05 AM
guy is surely stretched thin. with the field getting canard and stewart back in 2012, its gonna be a tough year for the ole 22. i hope he can stay motivated for racing another 3-4 years, but dont see it happening.
9/16/2011 9:25 AM
Chad is sure one of the more intelligent racers out there. I rellly respect all he has done to put his team together, and still be able to race and train full time.