Found August 28, 2013 on Start 'N' Park Blog:
Brian Vickers comes to the Atlanta Motor Speedway coming off of a fourth place effort last weekend at Bristol. Instead of building off of that run, he’ll be starting fresh with a new crew chief. Scott Miller takes over for Rodney Childers, who is still with Michael Waltrip Racing, just[...]

Childers Out, Miller In As Vickers’ Crew Chief

Scott Miller was announced as Brian Vickers’ crew chief at Michael Waltrip Racing effective immediately until the end of 2013. Miller replaces Rodney Childers who this past week announced he would not be back with the team. Miller joined MWR just before the 2012 and has previous crew chief experience,[...]

Rodney Childers out at MWR effective immediatly

Rodney Childers will head to Stewart Hass Racing for the 2014 season as the crew chief of the No. 4 driven by Kevin Harvick. After Saturday’s race at Bristol Motor Speedway, Childers employment at Michael Waltrip Racing was terminated. Childers had been serving as the crew chief of the No. 55 car which had been driven by Mark Martin and Brian Vickers in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series...

Newman: SHR expansion “amusing”, 2014 plans announced “soon”

Ryan Newman, driver of the No. 39 Quicken Loans Chevrolet for Stewart Haas Racing was given his walking papers earlier this season, leaving him, like many other drivers out of a ride for 2014. Now that those drivers are shaping up their future plans, it is time for Newman to do the same. Newman said he found out about SHR’s expansion like everyone else did, first as rumors, then...
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