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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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  • Late caution, correct pit call, aggressive restart put Harvick in victory lane at Richmond

    Late caution, correct pit call, aggressive restart put Harvick in victory lane at Richmond
    RICHMOND — Richmond International Raceway is billed as the "action track." And from the famous 1986 Darrell Waltrip-Dale Earnhardt duel to the 2008 Kyle-Busch-Dale Earnhardt Jr. battle to the Nelson Piquet-Brian Scott slugfest Friday, it often has...
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  • NASCAR's Red Bull team 'encouraged' about finding new owners, sponsors

     
    Red Bull Racing is now actively seeking to sell all or part of its two-car NASCAR Sprint Cup Series team to new owners and sponsors as the energy drink company prepares to pull back after this season, a team official......
  • Kurt Busch wins at Sonoma for first NASCAR Sprint Cup victory of year

     
    Kurt Busch was dominant Sunday in winning the NASCAR race at Infineon Raceway in Sonoma, Calif., his first Sprint Cup Series win of the season. Busch and his No. 22 Penske Racing Dodge were followed by second place Jeff Gordon,......
  • Kurt Busch leads at halfway point of NASCAR race in Sonoma

     
    Kurt Busch and his No. 22 Dodge Charger were the class of the field at the halfway point of Sunday's NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Infineon Raceway. Tony Stewart was second, Clint Bowyer third and Jimmie Johnson was running......
  • Mitt Romney’s race to White House leads him to Daytona 500

     
    Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney attended the Daytona 500 for the second consecutive year. Romney addressed 43 drivers, NASCAR officials and other guests during the drivers' meeting, shaking hands and making small-talk....