Found January 11, 2013 on Fox Sports:
What's it going to take to get Dodge Motorsports interested in NASCAR again? How about an organization such as Richard Childress Racing? One of the reasons cited for Dodge's departure from NASCAR at the end of the 2012 season was the inability to secure an organization equal to Penske Racing's stature. Although Dodge representatives flirted with Furniture Row Racing, Richard Petty Motorsports and Andretti Racing, nothing materialized from the meetings. However, what if Dodge could secure an organization that boasts six Cup titles, three Nationwide Series championships and two Truck titles? "I haven't talk to anybody," team owner Richard Childress said on Friday. "No one has approached me yet." Still, the rumor persists. Yes, Childress has carried the Chevrolet banner since his debut in the Cup series when it was still called Grand National. His relationship with General Motors dates back four decades and the success they shared during the Go...
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  • this would be a great move by both Dodge and RCR!


Childress teams fast Friday morning

Richard Childress Racing showed its speed Friday morning during NASCAR Sprint Cup testing at Daytona International Speedway. Jeff Burton topped the field with a fast lap of 194.805 mph. Teammate Kevin Harvick was second in the session. Joe Gibbs Racing's Matt Kenseth, who turned the fastest lap in Thursday's session, was third. RCR's Paul Menard and Roush Fenway Racing...

NASCAR tests at Space Center

NASCAR teams are always searching for new places to test, and apparently Daytona International Speedway isn't the only facility on Florida's Sun Coast where competitors can shake down their latest and greatest efforts. Research and development teams from Richard Childress Racing, Joe Gibbs Racing and Michael Waltrip Racing have discovered the NASA Shuttle Landing Facility...

Paul Menard’s View of Friday’s Wreck

Richard Childress Racing put a camera inside Paul Menard’s #27 Chevrolet for the Daytona testing sessions. What they were able to capture was a really cool view of the 12 car-pile up from Friday’s testing session. Below is the video from inside his car from Richard Childress Racing’s YouTube channel, the wreck happens at about the two minute mark. Enjoy!
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