Found January 17, 2013 on
PLAYERS: Dave Blaney
Dave Blaney and Tommy Baldwin Racing will feature a new number when they hit the track in 2013. The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series team will field the No. 7 Chevrolet SS in all 36 races this season. The No. 7 had been controlled by Robby Gordon. Gordon does not expect to race in 2013. “It is a very special moment today to announce the number 7 on our Chevrolet SS. The number has been in the Baldwin family for a long time and it is going to be pretty special to carry on that legacy in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.” said team owner Tommy Baldwin in a statement. Blaney and TBR have run the No. 36 car together since late in 2010 after the driver left the Phil Parson team then called Prism Motorsports. The best finish for Blaney and TBR was a third place finish in the fall race at Talladega in 2011.

Tommy Baldwin Racing Pays Homage to Its Heritage

Tommy Baldwin Racing is paying homage to its heritage with the announcement that Dave Blaney will drive the No. 7 Chevrolet SS in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series starting at the season-opening Daytona 500. The number is a tribute to team owner Tommy Baldwin,Jr.'s late father, Tom Baldwin, Sr., who was a beloved NASCAR Modified driver, and sported the number 7NY throughout his career...

Brad Keselowksi Racing expands for 2013

After fielding one full-time team in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series the past two seasons, Brad Keselowski Racing will field two trucks for the 2013 campaign. Ryan Blaney, who picked up the team’s first win at Iowa Speedway last season, will drive the No.29 Ford for the full schedule. Blaney will be paired with veteran crew chief Doug Randolph who worked with Blaney the...
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