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The Pit Stop:
Tony Stewart has a doctor appointment on Wednesday for his leg and should know then how long he will be out from racing,
Michael Waltrip Racing has made it official today in naming Brian Vickers the full time rider of the #55 car for two seaason., Aaron's is going to be the sponsor of this car.
Juan Pablo Montoya is not coming back next year for Earnhardt Gnassi Racing.
Talks are still going on with cable companies over carrying Fox Sports 1.
A September 1st announcement is likely of the sale of Phoenix Racing. The link also says that JTG-Daughtery may go to Chevy cars next year with a Richard Childress Racing alliance.
Advil will be the sponsor on Sunday for the Jamie McMurray car.
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Tony Stewart has been released from the hospital and is now home resting.
Austin Dillion is going to be the driver of the #14 car for Michigan.
Brian Vickers is set to be named the full time driver of the #55 car next year for Michael Waltrip Racing.
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Next year, Brian Vickers' ride-share will end.
Since 2011, Vickers, 30, has waited for the perfect opportunity to return to Sprint Cup racing full time.
On Tuesday, that chance became official. Starting in 2014, Vickers will be the only driver of the No. 55 Aaron's Toyota for Michael Waltrip Racing.
Vickers, who signed a two-year deal with Aaron's -- which has supported...
Brian Vickers has a full-time ride again on the Sprint Cup Series.
Michael Waltrip Racing announced Tuesday that Vickers will drive the No. 55 Aaron's Toyota for a full Sprint Cup schedule beginning next season. Andrea Freeman, the vice president of marketing for Aaron's Inc., says the sponsorship deal is for both the 2014 and 2015 seasons.
Vickers said he's '&...
On Tuesday, Brian Vickers was announced as the full-time driver of the No. 55 Michael Waltrip Racing Toyota with Aaron's sponsorship for 2014. I think it's an excellent opportunity for Brian to redeem himself and get back in the full swing of a NASCAR Sprint Cup career.
He and the No. 55 crew have been extremely good together since Michael first tapped him to run a few races...
Next year, Brian Vickers' ride-share will end. Since 2011, Vickers,
30, has waited for the perfect opportunity to return to Sprint Cup
racing full time. On Tuesday, that chance became official.
An email sent out by Michael Waltrip Racing this morning spoke of a big announcement for tomorrow. It always included pretty much all the information we would need to figure out what it’s about.
There’s the MWR logo, which makes sense, and then there’s the Aaron’s Rent Centers logo. I presume that means Aaron’s is involved. And to top it off is a picture of Brian Vickers...
Brian Vickers will drive the No. 55 Toyota Camry of Michael Waltrip Racing full-time for the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Season.
On Tuesday morning, MWR will announce that Vickers will assume the seat of the No. 55 car for the entire 2014 season.
Aaron’s is expected to remain a primary sponsor of the car as a press release featured both Vickers and the long-time MWR sponsor in a photo...
Brian Vickers was announced yesterday as the full-time driver of the #55 Aaron’s Dream Machine Toyota for Michael Waltrip Racing. The deal calls for Aaron’s to sponsor all 36 races in the next two seasons. That is a step up from the 26 races they were sponsoring this year.
Vickers has been driving for the team part-time for the past two years and was able to collect a win last...
It’s been a day of ride announcements for the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season.
Earlier Tuesday afternoon, Brian Vickers was announced that he would pilot the No. 55 Michael Waltrip Racing Toyota for the entire 2014 season. Aaron’s will be the primary sponsor on the car all year as he will return to Cup racing full-time.
Then late Tuesday afternoon came the news that shocked...