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Topic - Nick Harrison
Brad Keselowski could send Dodge out of NASCAR as a champion.
Boris Said touched off a wild crash that ended the Sprint Cup road race at Watkins Glen International. He was looking to wreak some more havoc off the track afterward.
"It's sad to say that's what it's down to, but it is," he said. "It takes a lot of money to do this and James has spent a lot of money to do it."
Harrison said the team was committed to running a full season.