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Sentences forRick Ware Racing
- * Includes points scored after Rick Ware Racing took over the entry but only results scored by Germain Racing are shown.
- 55 entries for Premium Motorsports throughout the year, with also driving the Bristol night race in Rick Ware Racing’s No.
- Before the team formally entered any races, Yeley and Steakhouse Elite partnered with Rick Ware Racing for the Pocono 400 in June.
- 15 owner points were sold to Hill's team Rick Ware Racing.
- He currently competes full-time in the NASCAR Cup Series, driving for Rick Ware Racing.
- In 2011, Hill moved to Rick Ware Racing in the Nationwide Series, where he won Rookie of the Year honors.
- The points were leased from Rick Ware Racing.
- Green joined Rick Ware Racing to race the season opener at Daytona, where he didn't start and park as he usually does, however engine problems caused him to finish 36th.
- Shepherd also made two additional start for Ware Racing Enterprises, but he failed to make the race at Dover and Talladega.
- 37 Ford, fielded by Max Q Motorsports and Rick Ware Racing, but failed to qualify for the race.
- Cope had attempted a couple of races with Ware Racing Enterprises before making his only Cup start of the season at Martinsville Speedway, finishing 33rd in the No.
- The throwback scheme returned to the 2017 Bojangles' Southern 500 in the form of Rick Ware Racing's No.
- On November 27, 2019, NASCAR imposed penalties to Premium Motorsports, Rick Ware Racing, and Spire Motorsports for manipulating their finishing order at Homestead.
- Rick Ware Racing development driver Timmy Hill was 17 years old when the Nationwide Series hit Daytona, and thus was not approved to run until the next week in Phoenix.
- In the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, he drove the Rick Ware Racing No.
- In an alliance with NEMCO Motorsports, Davis fielded a third car sharing the number 87 with NEMCO and Rick Ware Racing.
- Earnhardt's Rick Ware Racing truck team shut down after Martinsville when sponsor Fuel Doctor abruptly left the team for Turn One Racing.
- 15, in an alliance with Rick Ware Racing, with Peck driving most of the races.
- 07 team was sold to Rick Ware Racing.
- 51 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 for Rick Ware Racing and the No.
- He drove most of his races for Conely part-time, as well as for Ware Racing Enterprises and TKO Motorsports, his best finish twelfth at Texas, where he also qualified on the outside pole.
- 53 Chevrolet for Rick Ware Racing in the Coke Zero Sugar 400 at Daytona.
- 53 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 for Rick Ware Racing.
- 51 for Rick Ware Racing with support from Premium Motorsports.
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