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Jeff Burton is making a gracious but necessary exit from Richard
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So we have all these rumors floating around where Jeff Burton may wind up. He coiuld go to Swan Racing or even Tommy Baldwin Racing to name some. I say the only ride worthy of Jeff Burton is the #78 ride eventhough...
Jeff Burton will not return to Richard Childress Racing for the 2014 season.
Burton made the announcement Wednesday, ending his relationship with RCR that dates to the 2005 season. Burton hasn't won since 2008 and is 22nd in the Sprint Cup standings this season.
RCR says a new driver for the No. 31 Chevrolet will be announced at a later date. RCR also fields teams for Paul...
In the main news of the day Jeff Burton is not going to be back next season at Richard Childress Racing.
Mark Martin next year is expected to help out Danica Patrick.
Bobby Labonte is hoping to return at Chicagoland.
Hendrick Motorsports says they are going to have Time Warner Cable Sponosr Dale Earnhardt Jr. for five races newt year.
In what had to have been a very tough decision for all parties involved, Jeff Burton and Richard Childress Racing will go their separate ways after the conclusion of the 2013 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series they announced Wednesday afternoon. The move was rumored to be happening earlier in the week[...]
Jeff Burton will not be returning to pilot the No. 31 Chevrolet for Richard Childress Racing in 2014, the organization announced in a press release on Wednesday.
The decision to not return next season was Burton’s, according to the release. Burton, who has been with RCR since 2005, won 4 of his 21 career wins with the team.
Burton said during an afternoon teleconference that he...
Photo Credit: Alex Trautwig/Getty Images By: Toby Christie – Follow on Twitter @Tobalical Every 15 (or so) years in the sport of NASCAR there seems to be a seamless passing of the torch, where aging stars of NASCAR are replaced with up and coming youngsters with raw, untapped talent. For the last couple of years it didn’t seem like a youth movement was anywhere near fruition...