How much does $4.5 billion sound like a lot?
Tuning car racing has become so big in the United States that even the top teams are looking for a way to make some extra money.
A number of teams are hoping to sell their racing rights to a larger company and take on a new sponsor.
The biggest player in the sport, Chevrolet, said it is exploring options to sell its racing rights for $4 billion or more.
But it doesn’t have any plans to sell the rights itself.
Rather, the company is exploring other ways to finance its future.
“Chevrolet is exploring a number of avenues for the purchase of its rights in the industry,” a spokesman said in a statement.
“In addition to the potential for substantial future income from licensing, the Chevrolet brand could benefit by acquiring rights to other automotive brands.”
“This is a unique opportunity for Chevrolet to be the exclusive racing rights holder in the U.S. and to become a global player in a sport that has grown from a small niche in the 1980s to a global force by the late 2000s,” said Richard T. Egan, an attorney with the Egan & Tessler law firm in New York.
The timing of the negotiations is important, because in March, the U,S.
Consumer Product Safety Commission announced it was investigating whether the Chevrolet Camaro is too hot.
The agency’s investigation has been moving ahead for months, and it said in October that it could take months before a conclusion.
The commission has said it could close its investigation and take up the matter with the Justice Department, which oversees the agency.
But the Chevy Camaro has been among the top-selling cars in the country for years and its reputation is tarnished by safety problems.
The Camaro’s success was a key factor in the decision by the Justice to investigate whether the car was safe.
The Chevy brand is owned by GM, which also owns the Dodge Viper and Chevrolet’s luxury brand, Cadillac.
Chevrolet and the other two companies together own about 20% of the American market for vehicles.
The Chevrolet Camaros are considered among the most reliable cars in history.
The U.K. has a top-five Camaro safety record, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
“We are extremely excited to work with the Chevrolet Corporation and its partners in this industry,” said Chris Kresser, vice president of global sales for Chevrolet.
“Our partnership with the Camaro team will enable us to deliver the highest quality performance and safety experience for our customers, as well as the world at large.”