Fifteen years is a long time to be at any job, but NASCAR driver Ryan Newman is just getting started. Ryan’s driving history spans all the way back to the Winston Cup days, racing for some of NASCAR’s most iconic teams.
The Quicken Loans Racing team knows it’s got plenty of creative followers. Now it’s your turn to show us what you’ve got. It could even win you a three-day/two-night trip to Dover International Speedway. Check out the details!
After battling his way back from a 24th-place start, a decision to not pit late in Sunday’s race came back to haunt Ryan Newman and the #31 Caterpillar Chevrolet. However, the team still managed to finish in fifth-place. Check out the recap from Richard Childress Racing for the rest of the details!
Ryan Newman was able to avoid a wreck on lap 20 of the Coke Zero 400. The No. 31 WIX Filters car wasn’t as lucky on lap 95. Newman was part of a 20-car crash that forced the car off the track for repairs. Shortly after repairs were made and Newman returned to the track, rain forced the race to end early. Check out the rest of the details of Newman’s 24th-place finish from Richard Childress Racing!
Matt McCall is one of the most well-rounded and busy engineers in NASCAR today. Not only is he an amazing part of the #31 team, but he also has an outstanding race history and is a karate black belt and workout fanatic. Racing has been in Matt McCall’s blood his whole life. Born in Denver, […]
In the first road-course event of the season, Ryan Newman raced to an 11th-place finish at Sonoma Raceway Sunday. Check out the post race report from Richard Childress Racing to get all the details!
You’ve watched Ryan Newman during races driving the No. 31 Quicken Loans Chevrolet. Now you can see him off the track as Quicken Loans Racing takes you behind the scenes at the Newman home.
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A deep look into NASCAR’s Richard Childress Racing and the legend who drove for them.
An in depth look at the origins of one of NASCAR’s most iconic teams: Richard Childress Racing.
Lambert is the 31-year-old crew chief who everyone’s been talking about. Not only is he the youngest crew chief in the Sprint Cup series this season, but he’s also very well-rounded and brings a dynamic insight to the team.