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Penske: ‘Brad had some misinformation’ on hires
Penske said Saturday “I think Brad had some misinformation,” when the defending Sprint Cup champion accused Hendrick Motorsports and Joe Gibbs Racing of luring away Penske employees in an effort to steal information.
“We didn’t lose any employees who were under contract or who weren’t free to go elsewhere as part of our engine reorganization,” Penske said before the IndyCar race at the Milwaukee Mile.
“What keeps it from going too far is the fact Hendrick and (Joe Gibbs Racing) have this nasty little habit of going to our teams and outbidding different people and taking those employees and stealing our information,” Keselowski said, according to ESPN.com.
Keselowski didn’t elaborate when asked about his comments Friday.
“We were just talking about Ford and specifically the relationship between Penske and Roush, and how strong it was,” Keselowski said. “I just commented on, there will always be limitations to our relationships company to company because of those transactions.”
Hendrick was first to respond, admitting he hired a backup Penske tire changer who was no longer under contract, a mechanic from the Nationwide Series program and a handful of engine shop employees. He also said Penske Racing hired a Hendrick tire changer.
“Brad misrepresents the facts and spends a lot of time making insinuations and accusations about other teams when he should be focused on his own program and competing at a high level,” Hendrick said in a statement. “I hope he figures that out and begins representing himself and the sport with more class.”
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