Thanks to his ninth-place finish at Richmond International Raceway, Ryan Newman earned his sixth Chase for the Sprint Cup Championship berth. Check out the race recap from Richard Childress Racing to get all the details!
In our ongoing RCR Team 31 series, we’ll be taking a moment to profile the men and women that make it their mission to help Ryan Newman bring home a victory.
Ryan Newman made his way into the top-10 late in Saturday night’s race at Bristol Motor Speedway. However, instead of stopping for four new tires during the last pit stop, the team opted to go with only two new tires. The decision was one the team would ultimately regret. Check out recap from Richard Childress Racing to get the rest of the details!
Ryan Newman led for 14 of the 200 laps at Michigan International Speedway, although an untimely caution proved too much to overcome. Check out the recap from Richard Childress Racing to get all the details on Newman’s 11th-place finish!
Jumping over the wall with an 80-pound can is no easy task, and being able to do so in about 11 seconds is almost superhuman. For gas man Joseph Gonzalez, this is his daily routine, and Cruz couldn’t be a more fitting name.
Ryan Newman started Sunday’s race at Watkins Glen International with high hopes after qualifying 10th. Those hopes were dashed on lap 55, when Newman was involved in a multi-car crash coming out of the final turn that caused the race to be red flagged for more than an hour. With the No. 31 car damaged beyond repair, Newman had to settle for a 41st-place finish. Check out the recap from Richard Childress Racing for the rest of the details!
Pediatric trauma is the #1 cause of death among children in the U.S. Pediatric trauma includes everything from car crashes to accidents on the playground, making it a very hard problem to control. That’s where the Childress Institute for Pediatric Trauma comes in. CIPT is taking the lead on pediatric trauma prevention and research, while Richard and Judy Childress raise public awareness on this epidemic.
Ryan Newman didn’t qualify where he had hoped for the GoBowling.com 400 at Pocono Raceway. However, despite starting 21st, Newman worked his way up the leaderboard throughout Sunday’s race, finishing in 8th. Check out the recap from Richard Childress Racing for the rest of the details!
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!