The wait is almost over, race fans. The Quicken Loans 400 returns to Michigan International Speedway, also known as the fastest track in NASCAR, on Sunday, June 14. Are you ready?
Ryan Newman had championship aspirations entering the final race of the season. Despite a last-ditch effort to take over the top spot from Kevin Harvick, Newman finished the race – and the season – in second place.
Attention NASCAR fans! On Friday, October 24, you’ll get your chance to ask Ryan Newman any question you’d like. That’s right, from 2:00 p.m. ET to 2:45 p.m. ET, Ryan Newman will be answering fans’ questions on Reddit in a post called an Ask Me Anything (AMA).
You’ve watched Ryan Newman during races driving the No. 31 Quicken Loans Chevrolet. Now you can see him off the track as Quicken Loans Racing takes you behind the scenes at the Newman home.
Attention NASCAR fans! On Friday, April 25, you’ll get your chance to ask Crew Chief Luke Lambert any question you’d like. That’s right, from 3:30 p.m. ET to 4:00 p.m. ET, Luke Lambert will be answering fans’ questions on Reddit in a post called an Ask Me Anything (AMA).
February 23, 2014 – it’s a day race fans have had circled on their calendar since the final cars passed the finish line at Homestead-Miami Speedway in November. Are you ready for the Daytona 500?
In order to clear out our old stock, we announced the Say Goodbye to the 39 Sweepstakes. Participants entered to win all kinds of no. 39 items. We selected 10 grand prize winners and 90 first prize winners – and we’re happy to announce the winners today. Thanks to those who participated, and go Ryan!
The 2014 Daytona 500 (February 23) marks the beginning of not only a new NASCAR season, but the beginning of a new era for our very own Ryan Newman. To help you get pumped up, take a look at the video we created!
The 2014 NASCAR season is right around the corner, and we are happy to be a part of it once again. It's a fresh start with unlimited possibilities for Ryan and the Quicken Loans Racing team. Check out what we're looking forward to this season!
A controversial finish in the regular season finale appeared to leave Ryan Newman as the odd man out of the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup championship. However, after an investigation, NASCAR announced that Newman will replace Martin Truex Jr. in the 12-driver field. Check out the details!