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2016 Season Preview – Richard Childress Racing

HHP Photo/Alan Marler Posted By: David Morgan – Follow at @damorgan86 February 1, 2016 As the calendar moves to 2016, the time has come to take a look ahead to the upcoming 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season and how things could shake out for the teams planning to run full-time. Based on owner points from last season, we’ll make our way through the field with a team by team...
Via Motor Racing Digest
February 01, 2016  |  Discuss

Richard Childress Racing Development Driver, Ahnna Parkhurst, To Compete Full-Time in Southeast Super Truck Series

Richard Childress Racing development driver, 15-year-old, Ahnna Parkhurst, will compete full-time in the Southeast Super Truck Series in 2016 and compete for the rookie of the year title in the regional touring series driving the No. 23 TGEN, K&N Filters Chevrolet. Ahnna Parkhurst The 2016 season for Southeast Super Truck Series will consist of 12 points races and one season...
Via On Pit Road
January 09, 2016  |  Discuss

No. 31 Team Penalty Upheld

HHP, Alan Marler Posted by Brandon Whitton – follow on twitter @whittonbm Courtesy of NASCAR National Motorsports Final Appeals Officer Statement (May 6, 2015) Today the National Motorsports Final Appeals Officer, Mr. Bryan Moss, heard and considered the appeal of a P5 penalty issued on March 31, 2015 to Richard Childress (owner), Ryan Newman (driver), Lucas Lambert (crew chief...
Via Motor Racing Digest
May 07, 2015  |  Discuss

NSCS: Richard Childress Voted In As NRA Second-Vice President

Richard Childress, CEO and Chairman of Richard Childress Racing, was elected as the Second-Vice President of the National Rifle Association during its annual meetings in Nashville, Tenn. this past weekend. Childress has already been a two-term member of the NRA Board of Directors and also serves as the Chairman of the Hunting and Wildlife Conservation Committee for the organization...
Via On Pit Road
April 16, 2015  |  Discuss

NSCS/NXS: Richard Childress Racing Partners with Albertsons

Albertsons and the Safeway family of stores, which combined is the second-largest supermarket chain in North America, will partner with Richard Childress Racing, Brian Scott and the No. 2 NASCAR XFINITY Series team in 2015. The stores operate under store banners Albertsons, ACME, Shaw’s, Star Markets, United Supermarkets, Market Street, Amigos, Jewel-Osco, Shaw’s, Tom Thumb,...
Via On Pit Road
February 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Richard Childress Racing announces personnel changes

Richard Childress Racing has named Slugger Labbe to a leading role in their research and development efforts, which will be effective following the NASCAR race weekend at Charlotte Motor Speedway later this month. Justin Alexander, currently a race engineer on the No. 27 Menards Chevrolet team, will take over as the crew chief role with Paul Menard as the driver. Alexander, 33, is...
Via On Pit Road
October 03, 2014  |  Discuss

NASCAR: What’s Wrong With Richard Childress Racing in 2014?

NASCAR Media Site Dover, DE- When looking at the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series points standings, you would think Richard Childress Racing is in good shape. Ryan Newman sits 10th in the standings while rookie Austin Dillon and Paul Menard sit 15th and 16th respectively. They have a chance to get all three drivers in the 16-car Chase field by September if all goes well. But, one big problem...
Via Race Review Online
May 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Start your engines: Previewing the 56th Daytona 500

The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series always seems to have a considerably short layover between the end of one season and the start of another, and with that being said, it’s almost time for the best drivers in stock cars to fight it out at Daytona International Superspeedway. Noted as the Super Bowl of racing, the Daytona 500 has been a mainstay for the Cup Series since its inaugural race...
Via isportsweb.com
February 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Famed No. 3 makes emphatic return at Daytona

Richard Childress pumped his fist above his head, emphatically celebrating his grandson's latest accomplishment. It was a rare show of emotion from the usually stoic team owner. Then again, this moment was far from normal. Austin Dillon took the iconic No. 3 - the number the late Dale Earnhardt drove to 67 wins and six of his seven championships - out of pseudo-retirement and put...
Via Associated Press
February 17, 2014  |  Discuss
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