What you need to know about the sale of $3 million Bentley Motor Company to Donald Trump’s Bentleys team

Donald Trump announced the signing of the Bentley Motor Team to his Mercedes-Benz Team for the upcoming NASCAR XFINITY Series race in Richmond, Virginia, but it’s a little more complicated than that.

First off, what does this mean?

Well, it’s an auction for a new vehicle.

The new vehicle is called the Bentley Continental GT, which will compete in the Daytona 500.

The Continental GT is a limited production car that’s built by Bentley.

It was sold in a deal that was announced in November.

The Bentley Continental is a production model and the team has been working on getting it to the team.

The team is aiming for a late 2019 launch.

The new car is scheduled to go on sale in late 2019 for $4.9 million, according to CNBC.

Bentley said it will pay the team $4 million for the car and $4,000 for every 100 cars sold.

The $3.6 million is the final amount of the deal.

The company said the deal is “an exclusive contract” and it’s “not subject to public auction.”

If Bentley does make it to an auction, the team’s deal will be on the table.

If the team does not make it, it will be able to use some of its assets to pay for the purchase of the car.

That includes the $3,600 in money the team had already spent on the car, which is $1,800 per car.

The money the Bentley team had spent will be returned to the owners.