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Brian Vickers

Brian Vickers, of Thomasville, North Carolina, is a race car driver in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. He drives the #83 Red Bull Toyota Camry for Red Bull Racing Team. Vickers was the Busch Series Champion in 2003.
Brian Vickers, of Thomasville, North Carolina, is a race car driver in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. He drives the #83 Red Bull Toyota Camry for Red Bull Racing Team. Vickers was the Busch Series Champion in 2003. « Show less

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  • Brad Keselowski wins GEICO 500 at Talladega to advance in Chase

    TALLADEGA, Ala. A victory at Talladega Superspeedway launched Brad Keselowski's Sprint Cup Series career.
  • Keselowski keeps title hopes alive with dramatic win at Talladega

    The Sports Xchange Keselowski keeps title hopes alive with dramatic win at Talladega By Reid Spencer, NASCAR Wire Service Distributed by The Sports Xchange TALLADEGA, Ala. -- In a must-win situation at Talladega Superspeedway, Brad Keselowski did...

    NASCAR qualifying has drivers confused and angry

    NASCAR's new qualifying format put Brian Vickers on the pole at Talladega Superspeedway but left many drivers angry and confused, and three full-time teams failed to make Sunday's race. Kevin Harvick called the format "the dumbest thing I've ever seen...

    Mad Chase scramble brings high anxiety to Talladega

    Mad Chase scramble brings high anxiety to Talladega
    Talladega is always a relentless and indiscriminate beast. Blink and you're spinning through the air at nearly 200 miles an hour. Given the context, it's understandable why Sunday's NASCAR Sprint Cup race has brought out a bunch of caution flags even...

    Mad Chase scramble brings high anxiety to Talladega

    Talladega is always a relentless and indiscriminate beast. Blink and you're spinning through the air at nearly 200 miles an hour. Given the context, it's understandable why Sunday's NASCAR Sprint Cup race in Alabama has brought out a bunch of caution...