Few 2006 Changes Anticipated For BAM Racing Plans Moving Forward With Schwan's, Schrader LONG POND, Pa. -- Few changes are anticipated for BAM Racing and the ...
Few 2006 Changes Anticipated For BAM Racing
Plans Moving Forward With Schwan's, Schrader
LONG POND, Pa. -- Few changes are anticipated for BAM Racing and the #49 Schwan's Home Service Dodge team and driver Ken Schrader for 2006. Team owner Beth Ann Morgenthau said contrary to an erroneous Internet report Friday, plans are moving forward for the future.
"While we're certainly going to make the changes and additions we need to make to improve our race team now and in the future, we are very much planning on Ken Schrader remaining in our car, and every indication Kenny has given us is that he plans on remaining in our car," Ms. Morgenthau said. "We've already begun discussions with Schwan's in regards to our plans for 2006 and the future, as well as the years following that. We've discussed marketing and promotional plans for the future, and those involve Ken Schrader too."
Schrader, 50, has driven the #49 Schwan's Home Service Dodge since the beginning of the 2004 NASCAR Nextel Cup Series season, and has indicated publicly several times this year he plans on remaining in the car the rest of his Cup career.