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Sentences forRichard Childress Racing
- Teams like Richard Childress Racing, a Cup team with 31 Truck wins, shut down their Truck operations; in RCR's case, after the 2013 season.
- In 1993, Waltrip signed former Richard Childress Racing engine builder Lou LaRosa, to build engines, and Barry Dodson, a former championship winning crew chief.
- On July 17, 2019, Megadeth announced their partnership with Gimme Radio and Richard Childress Racing on the No.
- Adding to Harvick's new sponsorship, on January 25, 2011, Jimmy John's and Richard Childress Racing reached a multi-year agreement to sponsor the No.
- It is worth noting that most of the early champions have become NASCAR Cup Series regulars later in their careers, such as 1995 champion Skinner, who joined Richard Childress Racing's Cup team in 1997, competing on a full-time basis until 2003.
- During NASCAR RaceDay, Edwards stated he declined an offer from Richard Childress Racing which made everybody speculate that Edwards already had plans for 2015.
- 20 finished 2nd in the owners points behind RCR's No.
- In 2000, Harvick would sign with Richard Childress Racing to drive the No.
- This allowed Harvick, along with teammate, Jeff Burton, their first berth, and first for Richard Childress Racing, in the Chase for the Sprint Cup.
- Sadler brought sponsorship from OneMain Financial with him from Richard Childress Racing.
- It was believed that the executives at JGR felt as if they weren't as important as some of the other GM teams such as Hendrick Motorsports and Richard Childress Racing, leading to the decision to swap manufacturers.
- 33, #29) and two different teams, Richard Childress Racing and his own team, Kevin Harvick Incorporated.
- For the 2018 season, RPM switched their alliance from RFR to Richard Childress Racing which also came with a manufacturer switch to Chevrolet.
- Between 1998 and 2000 and 2003–2009, Roush Racing operated five full-time Cup teams (6, 16, 17, 26/97, 99), more than any other organization including Hendrick Motorsports and Richard Childress Racing, which have both operated as many as four full-time teams.
- Earnhardt finished out the year driving Pontiacs for Richard Childress Racing and managed to place seventh in the final points standings.
- 29 Chevrolet for Richard Childress Racing, signed on to sponsor Penske's second car, which Keselowski had been driving.
- Kevin Harvick was the first Cup series driver to compete full-time in the Busch Series and win a title, actually doing so twice; in 2001, he did this for Richard Childress Racing but only did so out of necessity as Dale Earnhardt's death forced him into the Cup series ahead of RCR's intended schedule for him.
- Both cars were fielded by DEI, although Earnhardt (Sr.) himself drove for RCR.
- Menard posted similar stats to Allmendinger the prior year (1 top 5, 6 top 10s, 23rd in points), but left the team along with crew chief Slugger Labbe for 2011, taking the Menards sponsorship with him to Richard Childress Racing, forcing the No.
- After the 1983 season, Earnhardt returned to Richard Childress Racing, replacing Ricky Rudd in the No.
- David Reutimann was the primary driver for Baldwin, which utilized ECR Engines and Pro Motor Engines in their starts.
- In 2008, on the 50th anniversary of the first Daytona 500 race, DEI and RCR teamed up to make a special COT sporting Earnhardt's 1998 Daytona 500 paint scheme to honor the tenth anniversary of his Daytona 500 victory.
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