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Ryan Newman has been unwavering in his comments that he would drive the No. 39 for Stewart Hass Racing (SHR) in 2013. The organization will expand to three teams next season as Newman and owner Tony Stewart will be joined by Danica Patrick. Patrick will be running her first full season at the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (NSCS) level.
When the US Army announced that they would not participate as a sponsor in NASCAR next season many openly wondered if Newman would stay at SHR.
Those questions should be answered as the former rookie of the year and Daytona 500 winner is said to be close to an announcement that he will stay with SHR.
The deal is the best for both sides.
Newman was not going to find a ride that could perform at the level of SHR. Newman will continue to be a chase threat. He made the Chase last year and is currently in the second Wold Card spot. Newman won at Martinsville in the No. 39 but his options
at a top tier ride would have been few and far between.
SHR could not...
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Tony Stewart said that the Army leaving was a huge blow but not something that Stewart Haas Racing (SHR) couldn’t recover from and by the looks of it, they are working towards just that.
Ryan Newman, driver of the No.39 U.S Army Chevrolet fielded by Stewart Haas Racing (SHR) is said to be signing back with SHR. [...]
Strong runs in past five races lift Ryan Newman into Chase contention…
Danica Patrick is ready to run her #7 Go Daddy Chevrolet Impala in the NAPA Auto Parts 200 (74 laps / 200.46 miles) this Saturday at
Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Montreal. Coverage begins at 2 EST on ESPN.
Here’s what Patrick had to say:
“Every weekend is its own weekend. Things can change and you are presented with different obstacles every time you show up at the track. We...
Ryan Newman, driver of the No.39 Chevrolet fielded by Stewart Haas Racing (SHR) might just be staying with SHR after all. [...]
It was a good day Saturday afternoon for the Team Chevy drivers. Juan Pablo Montoya led the way by winning the pole, his second pole in a row after winning last weekend at Pocono, then Jimmie Johnson was 3rd, Ryan Newman was 6th, Tony Stewart was 7th, and Jamie McMurray was 10th. Below is quotes from those drivers and Regan Smith, who qualified 13th.
JAMIE MCMURRAY, NO. 1 MCDONALDS...