Tommy Baldwin Racing announced that Dave Blaney will drive the team’s No. 36 Sprint Cup Chevy for all 36 races this season. TBR will attempt to qualify for every event, but the team will focus on completing 16 races until proper funding can be found for the remaining races.
Per its Facebook page, Tommy Baldwin Racing announced that Casey Mears would be back in the car this week and they’re working to keep him in the car for the rest of the year. The team plans to run the full races at Richmond International Raceway and New Hampshire Motor Speedway, and will field the […]
Geoff Bodine mentioned that he will attempt to qualify for the Gillette Fusion ProGlide 500 frin Pocono Raceway in Tommy Baldwin Racing’s No. 36. Bodine hasn’t started a Sprint Cup race since 2004, and hasn’t raced full time since 1999.
Tommy Baldwin Racing is planning to honor Richie Evans by fielding a Evans themed Sprint Cup car during the July race at Daytona. Steve Park is slated to drive. Fans can get their names on the car by contributing as little as $20. Any proceeds over $125,000 will be donated to the Victory Junction Gang Camp.
Richard Childress Racing and Kevin Harvick have reportedly reached an agreement on a contract extension that will keep Harvick in the No. 29 Chevy beyond the 2010 season. An official announcement is expected Saturday before the All Star race.
Per the team’s Facebook page, Tommy Baldwin Racing is working on a deal to field a Sprint Cup car for Steve Park in the July Daytona race. The team is hoping to feature a Richie Evans replica design. Currently, the team is trying to generate money.
Tommy Baldwin Racing has announced that Casey Mears will drive the No. 36 Chevy starting at this weekend’s race at Richmond International Raceway. Mears takes over for Johnny Sauter who drove the car in the last two races. Mears started the season with Keyed-Up Motorsports in the No. 90, then left the team to serve […]
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Tommy Baldwin Racing and Mike Bliss have parted ways effective immediately, according to FoxSports. Bliss will replace Aric Almirola in Phoenix Racing’s No. 1 Sprint Cup entry. Almirola left to concentrate on the Camping World Truck Series. Johnny Sauter will assume pilot the No. 36 Wave Energy Chevy at Texas and Talladega. No word on who […]
Tommy Baldwin Racing will expand from a one-car operation to a two-car team starting at Auto Club Speedway, the second race of the season. TBR will field the No. 35 Chevy, driven by Johnny Sauter, for at least three races.