With a 120-race schedule in 2010, RWR now looks to the high banks of Daytona International Speedway for more success. RWR will compete in the NASCAR Nationwide Series and expand into the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series for a run at the ...
With a 120-race schedule in 2010, RWR now looks to the high banks of Daytona International Speedway for more success. RWR will compete in the NASCAR Nationwide Series and expand into the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series for a run at the title.
"It has been a busy winter for our organization. We've put together a strong foundation for the Nationwide and Camping World Truck Series with a solid mix of highly talented rookies and veterans," stated owner Rick Ware.
In the NASCAR Nationwide Series, veteran Stanton Barrett joins Chrissy Wallace for Daytona. Barrett returns to the NASCAR Nationwide Series after competing in both NASCAR and the Indy Racing League in 2009. Wallace will make her debut at the high banks of Daytona and looks to make her stand as the best newcomer in the sport.
DJ Kennington, who finished second in the point standings of the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series the past three seasons, will run several races for RWR before heading back to Canada in pursuit of the Championship that has eluded him.
Also returning to the Nationwide Series will be Tim Andrews, who showed great promise in 2009 with the organization and will once again have guidance from his father Paul Andrews, the former Championship Crew Chief.
Wiley veteran Donnie Neuenberger will run select races in the Nationwide and Camping World Truck Series, and Brian Rose will make his return to the NASCAR circuit with a combination of Nationwide and Camping World Truck Series events for RWR in 2010.
Perhaps the biggest change in 2010 for RWR is a full effort in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. Neuenberger will compete at Daytona in the #6 truck, and contender for "Rookie of the Year" honors Brett Butler will race the #47.
Also slated in the #6 truck will be Chrissy Wallace, Tim Brown and Michael Guerity. Wallace is coming off a 13th place finish at Talladega, and Brown will look to improve on his Truck Series debut at Martinsville when a part failure cost him a chance at a Top 10. Guerity, who finished in the Top 5 at Daytona in the ARCA Remax Series in 2008, will join the "Biggest Little Team in Motorsports" and grab his chance at the RWR truck in 2010 as well.
-source: rick ware racing