COT almost done

NASCAR's "car of tomorrow," which is scheduled for a limited debut next season is about 95% ready to go, NASCAR vice president Robin Pemberton said. Although the car won't be used at Michigan until 2008, teams will test it at the track after the Aug. 20 race. As for development, the chassis is "locked in," Pemberton said, and the sanctioning body is working with Chevrolet, Dodge, Ford and Toyota on bodies that will allow some semblance of manufacturer identity. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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