Originally written on Start 'N' Park Blog  |  Last updated 10/15/14

FORT WORTH, TX - NOVEMBER 06: Brian Vickers drives the #83 Red Bull Toyota during practice for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Dickies 500 at Texas Motor Speedway on November 6, 2009 in Fort Worth, Texas. (Photo by Jonathan Ferrey/Getty Images for NASCAR)
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 in victory lane from last month’s win in New Hampshire. Logically you can infer that means Vickers will be in the #55 next year and Aaron’s will be on the car for at least some of the races. That’s a great break for Vickers who has spent the last few years trying to get back to the Sprint Cup Series. He will take over for Mark Martin, who has run the bulk of the past two seasons. The balance of the schedule has been run with Michael Waltrip and Vickers. As Vickers proved last month, he can win and so can the team. There was much speculation about the relationship between Aaron’s and Vickers. Most of the races Vickers has run, Aaron’s has not been on the car. That’s led to speculation that they were not big Vickers fans. With a new management team in place at Vickers there was also talk they might ball from NASCAR all together. We’ll know officially tomorrow, but it appears Aaron’s will be back and Vickers has a shot at redemption.

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