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Topic - Brian Vickers
Brian Vickers is ready to go racing again.
Brian Vickers feels healthy enough to race. If he could promise his doctors he wouldn't crash, he'd be in the car Sunday at Martinsville Speedway.
Denny Hamlin and Drew Herring will replace ailing Brian Vickers in the No. 20 car for the final three races of the NASCAR Nationwide season.
Michael Waltrip Racing on Thursday picked Elliott Sadler to close out the season in the No. 55 Toyota while Brian Vickers is sidelined treating a blood clot.
Brian Vickers will miss the rest of the NASCAR season because of a blood clot in his right calf.
The Associated Press has learned that Michael Waltrip Racing will run only two full-time cars next season because of the loss of sponsor NAPA.
Michael Waltrip Racing will run only two full-time cars next season because of the loss of sponsor NAPA, part of the fallout from its attempts to manipulate a race to get Martin Truex Jr. into the Chase.
Everything could have been handled better from the moment Clint Bowyer spun at Richmond to trigger the biggest credibility crisis in NASCAR history.
Michael Waltrip Racing made a business decision to bench Rodney Childers when he decided he wasn't going to return as crew chief next year.
NASCAR Nationwide Series races can be treacherous, with large, fast cars competing for tight space in the corners.
Brian Vickers has a full-time ride again on the Sprint Cup Series.
Brian Vickers' victory last week could provide a boost to his long-term future at Michael Waltrip Racing.
Asked if he felt a sense of vindication after Sunday's Sprint Cup Series victory at New Hampshire, Brian Vickers paused.
Jeff Burton once experienced perfection at New Hampshire.
Brian Vickers pulled into the lead late and took off on the green-white-checkered finish to win Sunday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Vickers said there was a point during qualifying at Las Vegas Friday when he was riding slowly around the bottom of the track and Reed Sorenson sailed past him at a speed difference of 170 mph.
Vickers said the most recent clotting incident came after he had his foot immobilized for a month in a protective boot.