Tag Archives: Kyle Weatherman

Harrison Burton Outlasts Field to Win from Pole at Homestead

Nineteen-year-old Harrison Burton came out of nowhere to win the Hooters 250 at Homestead-Miami Speedway on Saturday (June 13) afternoon, his second win of the year and his young career. The second-generation driver got around Noah Gragson on the final restart to lead the final two laps of the race, …

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Couch Potato Tuesday: Michigan Tests the Mettle of FOX Sports

This weekend at Michigan International Speedway turned out a lot like the forecast predicted for Pocono Raceway last week. Intermittent rain pushed the race itself to Monday (June 10). FOX Sports’ coverage of the FIFA Women’s World Cup pushed the race to an unorthodox 5 p.m. ET start time instead …

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Kyle Weatherman Making Cup Start For Rick Ware Racing

Kyle Weathermnan will be going racing in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series this weekend in the FireKeepers Casino 400 at Michigan International Speedway. He will become the latest driver of the Rick Ware Racing No. 51, following Cody Ware, BJ McLeod, Jeb Burton, Gray Gaulding and Bayley Currey. The …

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Rick Ware Racing Plans to Run 3 Cars in ‘7 to 8 Races’ in 2019

After debuting a third car during All-Star weekend in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, followed by its first points-paying race being the Coca-Cola 600, Rick Ware Racing plans to run a third entry in “seven to eight races” this season, the team tells Frontstretch. “We have some opportunities that …

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Kyle Weatherman on Working Behind the Scenes, ARCA & Expedited Progression

This season, StarCom Racing embarked on its first full season in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.  The team filed intentions to field two cars from day one during the season but started off the year with only the No. 00 with Jeffrey Earnhardt driving.  Eventually, Landon Cassill replaced Earnhardt. …

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2017 NASCAR Cup Team Review: Rick Ware Racing

The deaths of HScott Motorsports and Tommy Baldwin Racing following the 2016 season left a void in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. In 2016, only 40 cars showed up most weekends to compete. All of the sudden, three of them vanished and left the series with just 37 full …

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