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Ryan Newman

Ryan Newman, of South Bend, Indiana, is a race car driver in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. He drives the #39 United States Army/Tornados/Haas Automation Chevrolet Impala for Stewart Haas Racing. He was Rookie of the Year for USAC Silver Crown in 1996 and for Winston Cup in 2002. He won the USAC Weld Racing Silver Crown Series in 1999, the Sprint All-Star Race XVII and Daytona 500 in 2008. In 2003 he was Driver of the Year.
Ryan Newman, of South Bend, Indiana, is a race car driver in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. He drives the #39 United States Army/Tornados/Haas Automation Chevrolet Impala for Stewart Haas Racing. He was Rookie of the Year for USAC Silver Crown in 1996 and for Winston Cup in 2002. He won the USAC Weld Racing Silver Crown Series in 1999, the Sprint All-Star Race XVII and Daytona 500 in 2008. In 2003 he was Driver of the Year. « Show less

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  • Dale Earnhardt Jr. embraces family ties with tearful memories

    Dale Earnhardt Jr. embraces family ties with tearful memories
    TALLADEGA, Ala. — Check out the latest NASCAR standings. Chairman Brian France and everybody else in the sport just hit the lottery:
  • Dale Earnhardt Jr. cruises to 1st Talladega win since 2004

    There's something about Talladega Superspeedway — its ardent Earnhardt fans, the success his family has had at the track — that makes Dale Earnhardt Jr. feel a responsibility to put on a show. He failed to deliver last year, using a...

    Dale Earnhardt Jr. cruises to first win at Talladega since 2004

    Dale Earnhardt Jr. cruises to first win at Talladega since 2004
    TALLADEGA, Ala. — Dale Earnhardt Jr. cruised to his first win of the season at an old familiar place that has always been good to his family. Earnhardt won Sunday at Talladega Superspeedway in front of an adoring crowd that gave him a rousing...

    Crew chief change doesn't slow Jamie McMurray

    Jamie McMurray was worried, and he had every right to be. Working with then-new crew chief Keith Rodden last season, McMurray felt even though he didn't reach victory lane in a points race, he and his team performed the best consistently since winning...

    Richmond race off to Sunday as NASCAR tries to reverse popularity decline

    RICHMOND — Empty seats, not to mention the tens of thousands covered by tarp or simply removed, are signs that NASCAR isn't as hot as it was 10 or 15 years ago. Sprint Cup Series television ratings which continue a steady decline despite a promising...