Ray Evernham has settled his lawsuit against George Gillett over money owed from the 2007 sale of his Sprint Cup organization.
Ray Evernham has filed a lawsuit seeking $19.3 millon from the man who purchased the majority interest of Evernham Motorsports from him in 2007.
To say that George Gillett was successful at anything in NASCAR beyond keeping an already-struggling organization on life support is shameful.
Stopping short of saying he has financial investors to keep his Sprint Cup organization afloat, Richard Petty said Saturday that Richard Petty Motorsports will compete 2011.
George Gillett Jr., the majority owner of Gillett Evernham Motorsports, has been a big fan of seven-time NASCAR Cup champion Richard Petty for more than 30 years. Now he wants to be business partners.
Petty Enterprises is having discussions with George Gillett Jr. that would allow it to merge with Gillett Evernham Motorsports and form a four-car Nextel Cup organization.
Nextel Cup team owner Ray Evernham met with sponsors Wednesday to discuss his partnership with Montreal Canadiens owner George Gillett Jr.
Ray Evernham may be getting closer to finding a business partner for Evernham Motorsports.