Despite a report that Richard Childress Racing was holding off on layoffs after the team said it would enter the No. 07 in the 2010 Daytona 500, the team laid off fewer than a dozen people in preparation for closing the No. 07 team after sponsor Jack Daniels left.
Brown-Forman, parent company of Jack Daniels, will conclude its sponsorship of Richard Childress Racing’s No. 07 and driver Casey Mears at the end of the season.
Jayski is reporting that Jack Daniels may not return to Richard Childress Racing’s No. 07 next year. This follows rumors that Shell Pennzoil and Kevin Harvick might leave the team, despite both being under contract next season. If JD leaves, maybe Casey Mears moves to the No. 29 with Shell, and RCR releases Harvick. Of course, […]
Richard Childress Racing announced that Casey Mears will take over driving duties of the RCR’s No. 07 Jack Daniels Chevy for Clint Bowyer, who will be moving over to RCR’s No. 33 Cheerios/Hamburger Helper Chevy. General Mills was not comfortable with Mears as its driving because he currently drives for their competitor. It’s also unknown […]
It’s finally official, Ryan Newman, one of this season’s most sought-after free agents was announced as Tony Stewart’s teammate at Stewart Haas Racing in the no. 4 car next season. SHR had hoped to announce multiple sponsors for the No. 4 car Friday, but the deals were not completed. The team hopes to nail down […]
On Friday, Ryan Newman is expected to be announced as the second driver at Stewart Haas Racing. Despite an earlier denial from Newman’s wife, at the end of July, Newman agreed in principle to drive for SHR. Newman was in talks with Joe Gibbs Racing, but sponsorship could not be secured to start a fourth team. […]
ESPN is reporting that Casey Mears is close to signing on to be the driver of Richard Childress Racing’s fourth entry next season, a source confirmed. The team hopes to get the contract signed this week so an announcement can be made this weekend at Michigan International Raceway. Right now, rumor has it that Mears […]
Jayski is reporting via Siruis Satellite Radio‘s Sirius Speedway that Tony Stewart is expected to announce at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in three weeks that he’s moving to Haas CNC next season. He still has one more season left on his contract with Joe Gibbs Racing, and would need to be released. Joey Logano is expected to be […]