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Eric Bain ends partnership with HPP Racing, Split Bumper Camaro

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Eric Bain has announced that his partnership with HPP Racing is ending. He will no longer drive the Split Bumper Camaro.

He used social media to make the announcement.

HPP Racing Split Bumper Camaro
HPP Racing Split Bumper Camaro (Photo by Eric Bain/Facebook)

“As chapters to a book come to an end, we can’t help but get started right away writing a new one,” he said in the Facebook post. “I can’t help but feel thankful for the times I’ve shared with HPP Racing and the Split Bumper Camaro that we had together. We had everything to gain with not much to lose. We overcame challenges, tried new things, and most of all made memories that we will all not soon forget. Big thanks to HPP for the years of dedication, teamwork, and support.

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“My partnership with HPP Racing is coming to a close and I wish them the best of luck. Manny’s will to succeed and win is never in question and that will pay off eventually. As for me, I’m going to regroup, have fun again, and get ready for some street action and enjoy the local races.”

Bain previously announced that he would no longer race the Street Outlaws No Prep Kings for the foreseeable future. He said that his businesses were picking up, which helped lead to his decision to step away.

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“Good bye ole girl, it was a pleasure wheeling you around the country, and thank you for keeping me safe,” he said. “I will always have that sport for you.”

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Anthony Caruso III
Anthony Caruso IIIhttps://thecapitalsportsreport.com
Anthony Caruso III is the Publisher of The Capital Sports Report. He has been in the sports journalism field since 2002 and has covered numerous high-profile events, including 11 Heisman Trophy ceremonies.
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