This Bud's Going to Schrader Report: Brewery Will Switch NASCAR Team

By John Sonderegger Of the Post-Dispatch | St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO), August 5, 1994 | Go to article overview

This Bud's Going to Schrader Report: Brewery Will Switch NASCAR Team


John Sonderegger Of the Post-Dispatch, St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)


Just about every winter, drivers and sponsors change teams in professional auto racing.

There's big news brewing in NASCAR on this front. It involves the St. Louis brewery and Ken Schrader, a native St. Louisan who is one of the top competitors on the Winston Cup scene.

Budweiser reportedly will pull its sponsorship package from the Junior Johnson team and join forces with Hendrick Racing as the primary sponsor for Schrader next year.

Apparently, Kodiak Tobacco, which had been Schrader's sponsor for years, is dropping out of Winston Cup racing next year.

Budweiser had been considering a move anyway, and it long has been a sponsor of Schrader's short-track efforts.

Schrader didn't want to leave the Hendrick team and join Johnson and Budweiser in 1992 when that ride was available, but he said, "I've always wanted to drive the Budweiser car."

Now he'll have the best of both worlds. The deal hasn't been signed yet, so no one can officially comment on it.

Actually, Johnson is losing two sponsors. Bill Elliott, his lead driver, had been driving the Budweiser car - without much success. Jimmy Spencer has driven the car backed by McDonald's.

Elliott is leaving Johnson and taking with him the McDonald's sponsorship package, believed to be a $5 million deal. He will team with his brother, Ernie, on a new team next year. Spencer will remain with Johnson, who now is shopping for two sponsors.

Schrader won an ARCA race Wednesday night at the Indiana State Fairgrounds. He was driving his Budweiser short-track car.

St. Louisan Mike Wallace was first on the track when practice for the Brickyard 400 opened Thursday. …

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