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Team Penske chose replacing Kurt Busch

The California driver AJAllemendinger, which has to date 152 departures in the NASCAR Sprint Cup, was made official yesterday as a pilot of the prestigious Team Penske for the 2012 Sprint Cup season.

Allmendinger, 30, and takes the place of Kurt Busch, terminates at the beginning of the month, at the helm of the No.22 Dodge. This is the best career opportunity for Allmendinger, who was made known in the series cars (Formula Atlantic and Champ Car) before being called by the team Gillett Evernham Motorsports to replace the Quebecois Patrick Carpentier there are three years.

Having continued the adventure with the GEM team, which has since become Richard Petty Motorsports, AJ harvest with this team a "Top 5", plus nine more times to finish in the top ten. It is considered one of the most promising drivers in NASCAR this time.

As for Kurt Busch, he still did not find a replacement steering wheel. However, it could replace Allmendinger in Petty Motorsports or create its own stables by buying some of the assets of the Red Bull NASCAR team which recently closed its doors.

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