After Penske Racing announced its plans to rejoin Ford in early March, Dodge officially became the only car manufacturer in the sport that does not have any association with a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series team.
Since then, Dodge has been evaluating their plans with NASCAR.
To this very day, nothing has changed.
In a statement, Beth Paretta, Director of Marketing and Operations for Chrysler Group LLC , says that Dodge is continuing to evaluate its plans in NASCAR for 2013 and beyond.
You can read her statement after the jump.
"While we continue to evaluate plans in NASCAR for 2013 and beyond, we have no commitments with any partners at this time''. We continue to be pleased with the amount of interest from the media and fans in our motorsports program and will continue to follow our process as established in a timely manner. When decisions are finalized, we will announce them at that time. Currently what is most important is that we have not lost any focus on 2012 and our partnership with Penske Racing. Our commitment to win races and compete for championships with Penske Racing in both the Sprint Cup Series and Nationwide Series this season remains firm. We will not lose focus on that partnership as we make decisions about our future in NASCAR."