FRASER, MI – General Motors Corp. is entering the growing sport of front-wheel-drive drag racing to help it capture a youth enthusiast market enthralled with foreign compact cars. "We’re not even on the youth market’s radar screen," Josh Peterson, GM manager-drag racing programs, admits to media gathered at a GM Racing garage here in suburban Detroit. "It’s really an import-dominated market" Pontiac Sunfire will participate in National Hot Rod Assn. Races. Forget about hot ...

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