Ryan Newman is on pace to replicate his 2014 short, flat track season in 2015. Last year he scored five top-10s and an 11th in eight races on this track type.
NASCAR Sprint Cup regular Ryan Newman (No. 7 Menards/Wix Filters Chevrolet) has four wins, five poles and 10 top fives in 17 career NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour starts.
Ryan Newman finished eighth in the Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway. That was his second consecutive top-10 finish on the heels of a ninth at Sonoma Raceway.
Ryan Newman snapped a four-race streak of finishes outside the top 10 when he crossed under the checkers ninth in the Toyota / Save Mart 350 at Sonoma Raceway.
Ryan Newman has been a great utility driver at Michigan International Speedway in the past four years. He has earned only one top-five and three top-10s in eight races, but has never finished worse than 18th.
Ryan Newman hopes that he can extend his Pocono Raceway top-10 streak to six consecutive races this week after qualifying 13th for the Axalta 400.
Someone needs to convince Ryan Newman that it is fall at Dover. He has finished eighth in each of the last AAA 400s.
Ryan Newman scored his third straight top-10 with a sixth at Charlotte Motor Speedway in the Coca-Cola 600. It was also his 10th top-12 finish in the last 11 races.
After losing his final appeal and Luke Lambert for tire doctoring at Auto Club Speedway, Ryan Newman came to Kansas Speedway with a new crew chief. Veteran Todd Parrott called the shots in the SpongeBob 400 and guided Newman to a 10th-place finish.
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Ryan Newman will compete for SWM-NEMCO Motorsports in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) event at the Kansas Speedway on Friday, May 8. Newman will pilot the No. 8 Chevrolet Silverado highlighting Rescue Ranch.
Ryan Newman earned his sixth top-10 finish of the season at Talladega SuperSpeedway when he crossed the finish line seventh. It was also his fourth consecutive top-15.
After two weeks with results outside the top 10, Ryan Newman climbed back into the top five. He finished third through fifth in three straight races from Las Vegas through Auto Club, but then struggled at Martinsville and Texas.
Ryan Newman and the No. 31 team have decided to appeal again the penalty stemming from a tire doctoring issue at Auto Club Speedway. In their first appeal, heard by a three-man panel, their points’ deduction and monetary fines were reduced but the suspension upheld against crew chief Luke Lambert. Final Appeals Officer Bryan Moss will hear their arguments next week.
Ryan Newman and the No. 31 team won part of their appeal stemming from doctoring tires at Auto Club Speedway. Their points’ penalty was reduced from 75 to 50 points and the monetary portion was reduced. That jumped them from 24th in the standings to 20th, according to NBC’s Nate Ryan.