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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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  • Johnson wins pole; Keselowski to start 32nd, Bowyer 8th

    Johnson wins pole; Keselowski to start 32nd, Bowyer 8th
    Jimmie Johnson's championship hopes got a boost Friday when he won the pole position for Sunday's NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Martinsville Speedway while points leader Brad Keselowski qualified 32nd.     Johnson, a five-time champion, gained not only the...
  • Kansas Native Clint Bowyer picks up 1st win of season at Sonoma

    Kansas Native Clint Bowyer picks up 1st win of season at Sonoma
    Clint Bowyer's victory in Sunday's Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Sonoma was a surprise to the driver who chased him for more than 20 laps -- Kurt Busch -- but in retrospect, history may have been on Bowyer's side. "I just kept thinking, 'He's a dirt Late Model...
  • Vickers to run for Nationwide title with JGR

    Vickers to run for Nationwide title with JGR
    Brian Vickers will race for the Nationwide Series championship next season for Joe Gibbs Racing. He returns to the series 10 years after he became the youngest champion in series history by winning the title at 20 for Hendrick Motorsports. Vickers has...
  • MWR signs Vickers for 6 races in 2012

    MWR signs Vickers for 6 races in 2012
    Brian Vickers will run six races for Michael Waltrip Racing in the No. 55 Toyota this season, starting at Bristol Motor Speedway next week. Vickers also will run at the August race in Bristol and both races at Martinsville and New Hampshire. Mark Martin...
  • Vickers has perspective on time out of race car

    Vickers has perspective on time out of race car
    Brian Vickers is back in a race car this weekend for the first time this season, but he's not viewing his five-race stint with Michael Waltrip Racing as a second chance. Vickers is without a ride this season because his Red Bull Racing team closed at the...
  • The Backstretch Blog: Good things come in small packages

    The Backstretch Blog: Good things come in small packages
    It may be the smallest track in length, but that is about the only thing small about Bristol Motor Speedway. “In 1984, I was a Sprint Cup crew chief for driver Joe Ruttman. We raced there when there was just very minimal grandstands on the front...
  • Brad Keselowski scores repeat Bristol win, Bowyer is forth

    Brad Keselowski scores repeat Bristol win, Bowyer is forth
    NASCAR racing has a new Ice Man. As he completed the final lap of his victory in Sunday's Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway, Brad Keseloswki needled Paul Wolfe, his crew chief. "Paul, are you nervous?" Keselowski radioed to Wolfe, his voice...
  • Drivers will ‘have at it’ at Bud Shootout

     
    DAYTONA BEACH _ The new track at Daytona International Speedway will be very accommodating for anybody who wants to chase speed. Just ask Kyle Busch and Joey Logano. They all reached speeds in excess of 203 mph during the final practice session for the...
  • Kyle Busch leads the NASCAR Auto Club 400 after 300 miles

     
    The second caution of the day came on lap 104 when there was debris on the track, likely from the tire of David Gilliland. They went back to green on lap 108 with Kyle Busch still in front. He's been......
  • Kyle Busch leads NASCAR's Auto Club 400 after 200 miles

     
    The second 100 miles started off pretty much as the first 100 ended -- with green-flag racing. In fact, on lap 65 a record was set for the number of consecutive green-flag laps at the start of the NASCAR Sprint......
  • Kyle Busch leads NASCAR's Auto Club 400 after 100 miles

     
    The Auto Club 400 at Fontana started as you might expect with pole-sitter Juan Pablo Montoya jumping to a lead that he held until the seventh lap when Denny Hamlin took over the top spot. The first racer to experience......