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By Mangosuthu Buthelezi
Memories of a long brotherhood tempered in common struggle
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Ray Evernham
Jeff Gordon and crew chief Ray Evernham saw the light more than a decade ago, and road racing in the Sprint Cup Series has never been the same.
Kasey Kahne had a full day of work ahead of him at Talladega Superspeedway but his mind was 1,200 miles away.
When Paul Wolfe decided to give NASCAR a try, he made sure he had a backup plan.
Kyle Busch has been a force on the NASCAR circuit for years, but of is 24 Sprint Cup victories, none have come at his favorite track _ Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Ray Evernham is returning to the broadcast booth in NASCAR, rejoining ESPN as an analyst after taking a year off.
Mark Martin tried being polite. Really, really tried.
So he said he'd join Hendrick Motorsports in 2012 when a seat opened, then looked for a temporary home for 2011.
"Nobody can sit here and say this is what we're going to do. You've got to perform on the fly," Evernham said.