Ryan Newman came within one spot of winning his first race in the Championship round of the 2014 Chase, which would also have given him the NASCAR title. He raced among the top 10 all night and finished second in the Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Ryan Newman posted the slowest speed in time trials for the Ford EcoBoost 400. His lap of 178.241 mph was good enough for only 21st on the grid.
Ryan Newman finished 11th in the Quicken Loans 500k to give himself a one-point lead over Jeff Gordon in the point standings. That was enough to advance him to the Final Four despite failing to win any of the first 35 races this season.
Ryan Newman kept his consistency alive and is slowly advancing on the Championship race at Homestead. He finished third in the Goody's 500, which places him second in the points’ standings.
Ryan Newman’s Chevrolet failed post-race inspection after finishing fifth in the Geico 500. His car’s rear end was too low.
Ryan Newman will make his 472nd NASCAR Sprint Cup start when the series embarks on its fourth and final restrictor-plate race of the season at Talladega Superspeedway.
Ryan Newman kept his consistency alive at Charlotte and continues to gain on the next round of the playoffs. He finished seventh in the Bank of America 500, which was his third consecutive top-10.
Ryan Newman enters the Bank of America 500 with three consecutive top-15s. He swept the top 10 in 2013 and finished 15th this spring in the Coke 600.
Ryan Newman finished sixth in the Hollywood Casino 400 at Kansas and kept a streak of 11 consecutive oval track top-20s alive.
Ryan Newman has earned only one top-10 at Kansas in his last 14 attempts there. He finished ninth in the 2010 Price Chopper 400.
Ryan Newman finished eighth in the AAA 400 at Dover to earn his third top-10 in the past five races.
Detroit-based Quicken Loans, the nation's second largest retail mortgage lender, today announced it will return as a sponsor of Richard Childress Racing (RCR) in 2015, serving as a primary sponsor of driver Ryan Newman and the No. 31 Quicken Loans Chevrolet for selected races.
Ryan Newman would prefer to have a greater than six-point cushion over 13th in the points’ standings entering Dover. He has only one top-10 in his last seven starts there.
Ryan Newman has gotten progressively worse in each of the last three races this season. He finished ninth at Richmond on the heels of a seventh at Atlanta, narrowly earned a top-15 at Chicagoland, and finished 18th last week at New Hampshire.