NCWTS Post Race Interview-Sauter, Dillon, Hamlin, Childress
0 CommentsPosted by THL on November 19, 2011 under Post Race, THL Highlights, Truck Series News
THE MODERATOR: Let's roll into our championship race team in the 2011 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. It's the No. 3 Bass Pro Shops Chevrolet, driver is Austin Dillon, our crew chief is Danny Stockman, Jr., and our owner is Richard Childress. This is Richard Childress' second NASCAR Camping World Truck Series drivers' championship. His first came in the inaugural season in 1995 with dr... more.
Post-Race Interview with Bowyer, Wilson and Childress
0 CommentsPosted by THL on October 23, 2011 under Cup Series News, Post Race, THL Highlights
KERRY THARP: Let's roll into our race winner's press conference for today's race. Our race winner is Clint Bowyer. He's joined on the podium by his owner Richard Childress. Today was the hundredth career Sprint Cup Series victory for Richard Childress Racing. Congratulations on that monumental win. This is your 12th win at Talladega, all-time best in NASCAR series history. He'... more.
Post-Race Interview Transcript-Harvick, Martin, Childress
0 CommentsPosted by THL on September 11, 2011 under Cup Series News, Post Race, THL Highlights
THE MODERATOR: Our winning team in tonight's 54th Annual Wonderful Pistachios 400 is Kevin Harvick. He drives the No. 29 Chevrolet for Richard Childress. He's joined by Richard Childress and also Gil Martin, crew chief. This is Kevin's fourth win of the year. He comes in with 2012 points now in the Chase, which points-wise is tied with Kyle Busch. He's seeded second based on the tieb... more.
Post-Race Press Conference-Menard, Labbe, Childress
0 CommentsPosted by THL on July 31, 2011 under Cup Series News, Post Race, THL Highlights
KERRY THARP: Well go ahead and start. We have our team owner Richard Childress and crew chief Slugger Labbe. Winner of today's 18th annual Brickyard 400 is Paul Menard. Slugger, just talk about the ebb and flow of this race. A lot of strategy towards the end. Heck of a Brickyard today that we witnessed. Talk about getting that 27 car to Victory Lane here. SLUGGER LABBE: ... more.
NASCAR Statement Regarding Childress-Busch Incident Post-Kansas Truck Race
0 CommentsPosted by THL on June 5, 2011 under Post Race, Truck Series News
"NASCAR has reviewed the incident involving Richard Childress and Kyle Busch after the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race Saturday at Kansas Speedway. We have met with all parties involved and have determined what happened yesterday is unacceptable and will not be tolerated by NASCAR. Richard Childress’s actions were not appropriate and fell far short of the standard we expect of owners... more.
Post-race Interview Transcript-Harvick, Childress, Martin
0 CommentsPosted by THL on May 30, 2011 under Cup Series News, Post Race, THL Highlights
THE MODERATOR: Kevin Harvick drives the No. 29 Budweiser Armed Forces Chevrolet for Richard Childress Racing. He's joined up front by team owner, Richard Childress. Kevin's 17th career NASCAR Sprint Cup Series win. He's won the all-star race here, but he had not won a points race at Charlotte prior to today's victory. It's his third win in 2011. That tops the NASCAR Sprint Cup Se... more.
Auto Club 400 Post-Race Transcript-Harvick, Childress and Martin
0 CommentsPosted by THL on March 27, 2011 under Cup Series News, Post Race, THL Highlights
THE MODERATOR: At this time we welcome into the media room Kevin Harvick, winner of today's race. Kevin, this is your first Cup win at Auto Club Speedway. You just led one lap. Tell us a little bit about that. KEVIN HARVICK: Yeah, we led the right one, that's for sure. But our car was really fast all day on the long runs. The restarts weren't exactly what we needed to have.... more.
NSCS-Championship Contending Team Owner Interview Transcript-Childress, Hendrick, Gibbs
0 CommentsPosted by THL on November 19, 2010 under Cup Series News, Pre Race
HERB BRANHAM: Thank you, and good afternoon, everyone. Welcome to today's very special teleconference. We're in advance of Sunday's Ford 400 at Homestead Miami Speedway. That's the final event of this season in the culmination of the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup. We have three teams still in contention for the title. The respective drivers, first place Denny Hamlin; second place Jimmie Jo... more.
Austin Dillon goes to victory lane at Iowa Speedway in the No. 3
0 CommentsPosted by THL on July 11, 2010 under Post Race, THL Highlights, Truck Series News
Rookie Austin Dillon scored his first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series win Sunday, dominating the Lucas Oil 200 at Iowa Speedway. In his 12th truck start, Dillon, 20, led 187 of 205 laps and beat Johnny Sauter to the finish line by .635 seconds. Dillon, grandson of owner Richard Childress, gave Richard Childress Racing its first truck series victory since Sauter’s brother Jay won at Texas... more.
What the Townley?
1 CommentsPosted by THL on May 7, 2010 under Nationwide News, News Links, THL Highlights
Updated: RCR has denied this (again). "John Wes Townley remains as a Richard Childress Racing development driver, a spokesperson for the NASCAR Nationwide Series team said Friday at Darlington Raceway." Via NNSRacing.com Original: Via TheSpotterStand.com, Richard Childress Racing has parted ways with Nationwide Series driver John Wes Townley. Although the decision has not been made public... more.
Where Kevin Harvick lands nobody knows…
0 CommentsPosted by THL on April 23, 2010 under Cup Series News, News Links, THL Highlights
Via ESPN, Kevin Harvick says he doesn't know where he'll drive next season, but it's fair to say he will remain with Chevrolet. Harvick said Friday at Talladega Superspeedway that he's had "many, many, many" conversations with team owner Richard Childress about staying with Richard Childress Racing when his contract expires after this season. He did not elaborate when asked if he's had conve... more.
Childress Three Car Play Performing Well in Sprint Cup
0 CommentsPosted by THL on February 23, 2010 under Cup Series News, Post Race
Maybe Richard Childress Racing was just meant to be a three-car operation, at least on the Sprint Cup side of the garage. After all, prior to the 2009 season, RCR had put at least one of its drivers in the Chase for the Sprint Cup each year since the Chase’s inception. It was when the team expanded to four teams in 2009 that the wheels seemed to fall off RCR’s Sprint Cup program.... more.
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