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Sentences forBrian Vickers
- Several drivers piloted the No. 57 in 2005 and 2006, with Brian Vickers competing in the majority of races.
- Brian Vickers made his Cup Series debut at the fall Charlotte race, finishing 33rd, before moving to the 25 car.
- Earnhardt started the 2016 season with a crash in the Sprint Unlimited on lap 23 when Brian Vickers cut down a tire and hit him, damaging the side of his car.
- Ricky Hendrick selected 19-year-old Brian Vickers to drive the No. 5 car in 2003.
- He began his first full-time Busch Series season in 2004, replacing Brian Vickers in the No. 5 Chevrolet.
- Nemechek's replacement in the No. 25 was Brian Vickers, who was initially supposed to drive the car beginning in 2004 while racing full-time in the Busch Series in 2003 (where he won the championship).
- Brian Vickers then drove the car for the next three races, scoring an 8th-place finish at Texas.
- On August 16, 2005, Stewart was fined $5,000 and placed on probation until December 31 for hitting Brian Vickers after the completion of the Busch Series Zippo 200 at Watkins Glen.
- Following a crash intentionally caused by Stewart on Brian Vickers at Infineon Raceway in June 2011, Vickers intentionally wrecked Stewart as payback.
- Kenseth's second championship hopes went south after several altercations with Brian Vickers.
- At New Hampshire, Stewart led 84 laps and was overtaken by Brian Vickers with 14 laps to go.
- At Infineon, Stewart was involved in an altercation with rookie driver Brian Vickers.
- After finishing 25th at the Chevy Rock and Roll 400 at Richmond, Kenseth was bumped out of the Chase by Brian Vickers.
- Brian Vickers and Elliott Sadler would drive the No. 55 for races Martin was originally intended to drive for MWR in.
- Talladega has also had many first-time winners, such as Richard Brickhouse, Ron Bouchard, Bobby Hillin, Davey Allison, Brian Vickers, Brad Keselowski, and Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
- Brian Vickers holds the NASCAR qualifying record at TMS.
- He came close to winning at Talladega, and was leading on the last lap when Brian Vickers made contact with Earnhardt's future teammate Jimmie Johnson, sending Johnson into Earnhardt and spinning both of them out.
- Pole-sitter Brian Vickers and points-leader Kyle Busch dominated the race, but Keselowski passed them both on the final lap after a blocking move by Vickers on Busch forced both drivers to slow down slightly.
- Two weeks later in Martinsville, Earnhardt struggled throughout the race, and spun out after Danica Patrick was hit by Brian Vickers and sent into Earnhardt and ended up finishing 24th, 2 laps down, losing the points lead to Jimmie Johnson.
- He was signed to drive 25 races in both 2012 and 2013, sharing the car with Michael Waltrip and Brian Vickers.
- Stewart was replaced by Brian Vickers and Ty Dillon.
- Martin skipped Bristol, where Brian Vickers drove the car.
- In the Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond International Raceway, Montoya almost scored his first career Sprint Cup Series oval-track win, but finished fourth due to an untimely caution coming out with three laps to go (caused by Brian Vickers crashing).
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