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The news that came out of Loudon, New Hampshire this weekend left Ryan Newman without a ride for the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season.
Newman has driven the last five seasons with Stewart-Hass Racing and was part of the original team when it opened doors for the 2009 Cup season. Due to lack of full time funding and the team adding Danica Patrick last season and Kevin Harvick in 2014 that meant Newman’s days were numbered.
Now we know Newman won’t return to SHR in 2014 and will have to search for a new ride.
Newman has made 404 Cup starts with reaching victory lane 16 times including the 2008 Daytona 500. His biggest impact he’s had in NASCAR racing is being very fast in qualifying trim. Newman earned the nickname “Rocketman” as he has 49 career Cup poles.
The 2002 Cup rookie of the year will look to join a full-time team for ’14. These will be his best options.
I wouldn’t rule out a return to Penske Racing for Newman. Penske brought Newman into NASCAR and he had so...
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Ryan Newman will bid farewell to Stewart-Haas Racing at the end of 2013.
As part of the Kevin Harvick move to SHR, team owner Tony Stewart confirmed Friday that Newman will not be involved with the organization next season. At this time, Stewart doesn't believe it's in the company's best interest to field more than three cars. Along with Stewart, Danica Patrick joined...
Ryan Newman has 18 races left at Stewart Hass Racing. At the end of the 2013 season the 36-year-old driver will no longer drive for friend and teammate Tony Stewart.
The news came as Stewart spoke at New Hampshire Motor Speedway about the addition of Kevin Harvick to the team in the No. 4 Chevrolet. Harvick will bring sponsorship from Budweiser along with him as he leaves Richard...
With the news officially breaking that Kevin Harvick will pilot the No. 4 Budweiser Chevrolet for Stewart-Haas Racing in 2014, that raised a lot of questions where current SHR driver Ryan Newman would land.
Many wondered whether Tony Stewart would go with a four car team or keep his current three car line-up.
Stewart originally had two cars when he started the team in 2009. He...
Kyle Busch wasn't very complimentary of fellow NASCAR driver Ryan Newman after Sunday's Camping World RV Sales 301 at New Hampshire. Busch called Newman "a big ogre" and "the biggest stupid idiot out here" before proclaiming he was glad Newman was out of a job.From the SiriusXM post-race show:“Ryan Newman is the biggest stupid idiot out here," Busch...
Tony Stewart has a lot on his plate these days.
In the next two weeks, Stewart the driver will race 11 sprint car -- not Sprint Cup -- races.
On July 24, Stewart the promoter and track owner will host the first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race to be run on dirt, the inaugural CarCash Mudsummer Classic presented by CNBC Prime's "The Profit" at Eldora Speedway...
Ever since Kevin Harvick indicated he would be leaving Richard Childress Racing after the 2013 season, everyone assumed it would be at Stewart-Haas Racing and assumed it would be to replace Ryan Newman. Everyone’s assumptions came true as Tony Stewart announced that Harvick would drive the #4 Budweiser Chevrolet in 2014 for the team and they would not expand to four cars.
today as he will be driving the #4 car next year for Stewart HAAS racing.
Ryan Newman is not going to be back for Stewart HAAS Racing in 2014.
Richard Childress says thby may have four teams in 2014.
Joey Logano though has announced that he is launching his Joey Logano Foundation today.