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ROAD AMERICA RECAP: In his first Nationwide Series road course race since 2009, Joe Gibbs Racing driver Brian Vickers captured a sixth-place finish at Road America last Saturday. The 55-lap race was Vickers’ first attempt at Road America’s 4.048-mile course and his first road course event with Joe Gibbs Racing. His sixth-place finish was the No. 20 Dollar General team’s seventh top-10 finish of the 2013 season. Vickers is now positioned ninth in the Nationwide Series Championship point standings heading into Friday night’s 200-lap event at Kentucky Speedway.
BACK-TO-BACK DOUBLE-DUTY: This week will be Vickers’ second consecutive week of double-duty driving as he will compete in both the Nationwide Series and Sprint Cup Series races in Kentucky. In addition to piloting the yellow and black No. 20 Dollar General Toyota in Friday night’s Nationwide Series race, the 29-year-old will be behind the wheel of the No. 55 entry for Michael Waltrip Racing in Saturday evening’s 400-mile Sprint ...
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CORNELIUS, N.C. — Brian Vickers should be a popular man at Kentucky Speedway this weekend. Vickers’ No. 55 Aaron’s Dream Machine Toyota will carry a special paint scheme during Saturday’s NASCAR Sprint Cup race honoring the University of Louisville’s men’s national championship basketball team.
At last year’s Kentucky race, MWR founder and co-owner Michael Waltrip drove...
Brian Vickers should be a popular man at Kentucky Speedway this weekend. Vickers’ No. 55 Aaron’s Dream Machine Toyota will carry a special paint scheme during Saturday’s NASCAR Sprint Cup race honoring the University of Louisville’s men’s national championship basketball team.
At last year’s Kentucky race, MWR founder and co-owner Michael Waltrip drove an Aaron’s/ University...
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All University of Louisville fans will be NASCAR enthusiasts Saturday, closely following Brian Vickers who starts in the nine position in the Quaker State 400.
And they will probably adopt Vickers as their favorite NASCAR driver from here on out, collecting all his stuff for their man caves. An integral part of the collection of mementos from the 2013 NCAA...
With University of Louisville basketball star Russ Smith in attendance Friday afternoon, Michael Waltrip Racing unveiled the No. 55 Toyota that Brian Vickers will drive Saturday night in honor of the Cardinals' NCAA championship this season.
"We want to come here and win, on behalf of (primary sponsor) Aaron's and Louisville, hopefully take some of the success they had...