Originally written on Fox Sports  |  Last updated 11/13/14

FONTANA, CA - OCTOBER 10: Brian Vickers, driver of the #32 Dollar General Stores Toyota, races during the NASCAR Nationwide Series Copart 300 at Auto Club Speedway on October 10, 2009 in Fontana, California. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)
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 MWR since 2000 and will continue to be the primary sponsor for all 36 races, is beyond "thrilled". Not only because of what Vickers has been able to overcome in the past seven years but because he is genuinely grateful to have a competitive ride again. "The opportunity to be in this car - period -- if for only one race, for only one victory was huge for me on a personal level given everything that's happened," Vickers said. "No matter what happens next, I'm very thankful and thrilled and proud of what we've accomplished already. For being able come back from one point being told I'd 'never race again' to winning ...
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