Found January 30, 2013 on Tireball.com:
Last season Timmy Hill planned to run for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Rookie of the Year award.  After failing to qualify at some of the seasons early events, Hill eventually returned to the Nationwide Series driving for Rick Ware Racing. FAS Lane Racing will field the No. 32 U.S. Chrome Ford Fusion for Hill in 18-20 races. Hill competed in three races last season for the team including a best finish of 22nd at Kansas Speedway. “I am very excited to compete in the Sprint Cup Series again this year,” said Hill.  Frank and Heidi Stoddard, along with Bob Reath with U.S. Chrome are truly amazing people, and I want to thank them for giving me the opportunity to compete in NASCAR on the Sprint Cup level.”   NASCAR veterans drivers Terry Labonte and Ken Schrader will drive the car when HIll is not. Hill’s first race for the 2013 season will be on March 24th at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, CA. Hill will compete for Sprint Cup Rookie of the Year honors.” Danica Patrick and Ricky Stenhouse, J...
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