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Sentences forRyan Newman (racing driver)
- Johnson won three races and finished fifth in points, behind only Ryan Newman among rookies.
- On July 12, 2013, it was confirmed that Harvick would drive the No. 4 Chevrolet, and would replace Ryan Newman, who parted ways with Stewart-Haas Racing at the end of the season.
- In an interview with Stock Car Racing's Larry Cothren, driver Ryan Newman openly disputed the measurement of the banking of Bristol Motor Speedway's turns.
- For the final restart, Ryan Newman stayed out and went on to win, while Busch finished third.
- Daytona 500 winner Ryan Newman graduated from Purdue with a bachelor's degree in vehicle structure engineering.
- Stewart, while racing former teammate Ryan Newman for 10th place, wrecked Newman in turn 3, causing a five-car pileup and ending Newman's chase chances.
- He did however pass leader Ryan Newman to get back on the lead lap and eventually rallied to finish 7th and get back in the top 10 in the point standings.
- He almost won the pole position at Indianapolis but was bumped to second by Ryan Newman.
- Harvick took the lead away from Denny Hamlin, and in the end, held off fellow championship contender Ryan Newman to win the Ford Ecoboost 400 and the Sprint Cup Championship by one position over Newman.
- Initially fielding two cars, the #14 for himself and the #39 for Ryan Newman, Stewart has since expanded the operation to four cars and began running with Ford engines in 2017.
- Also, he was one of only three drivers to sweep the top ten, the other two drivers being Ryan Newman and Dale Earnhardt Jr.
- He, Johnson, and Ryan Newman were the only three drivers to sweep the Top 10 in both Daytona races.
- He finished second in the following day's Sprint Cup race, becoming involved in a feud with Ryan Newman, calling Newman "the biggest stupid idiot out there" following an on-track run-in with brother Kurt Busch.
- Johnson appeared as a moonshine runner along with Ryan Newman in the opening scene of the 2004 NASCAR 3D: The IMAX Experience.
- He would miss making the Chase for the Sprint Cup by 3 points, but scored 7 top 5 and 8 top 10 finishes during the final ten races, finishing the year in 13th place and nearly 100 points ahead of 14th place Ryan Newman.
- With six laps remaining in the Bojangles' Southern 500, Busch cut a tire and subsequently caused a wreck that involved not only his car but also Ryan Newman.
- During this race, he was only able to come up with a 3rd-place finish after being passed by Ryan Newman and Kurt Busch on the last lap.
- However, despite the strong season, Ryan Newman won rookie of the year honors over Johnson.
- Ryan Newman was the winner of the event.
- At Darlington, Busch was turned with Ryan Newman, and both drivers' days were ended.
- After Jeff Gordon wrecked out of the Coca-Cola 600, Kenseth was left as the only driver to complete every lap of the season until he was wrecked out of the Citizens Bank 400 at Michigan where Ryan Newman was trying to get one of his 3 laps back.
- On August 15, 2008, fellow Indiana native Ryan Newman signed a multi-year contract to drive the second car for Stewart-Haas Racing, originally to be designated No. 4 but changed to his USAC No. 39, with sponsorship from the U.S. Army (relocating from Earnhardt Ganassi Racing).
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