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NASCAR: Shell-Pennzoil extends Penske Racing sponsorship deal


Shell-Pennzoil has signed a multiyear extension with Penske Racing to remain the primary sponsor of the No. 22 Sprint Cup car. The deal reportedly runs through the 2018 season, for 33 races a year. Shell-Pennzoil left Richard Childress Racing and joined Penske Racing after the 2010 season to pair with driver Kurt Busch and to have its products used in Penske's ...
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NASCAR: Shell-Pennzoil extends Penske Racing sponsorship deal
Shell-Pennzoil has signed a multiyear extension with Penske Racing to remain the primary sponsor of the No. 22 Sprint Cup car. The deal reportedly runs through the 2018 season, for 33 ...

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