NORTH WILKESBORO, N.C. — North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper visited historic North Wilkesboro Speedway on Tuesday, where he promoted the track's revival and got to ride along in a sports car with NASCAR legend Richard Childress. The track hasn't hosted racing events for more than a decade, but racing...
As the Russian invasion of Ukraine enters its third month, NASCAR team owner Richard Childress is wanting the United States to do more. And to do more, Childress is asking the country to support Ukraine with something other than money. As his team readied for Sunday’s NASCAR race at Talladega,...
NASCAR legend Richard Childress stands with Ukraine: 'I'd love to see our government get behind them'
NASCAR legend Richard Childress said he would "love to see our government" get behind Ukrainians in their fight against Russian oppression. During a Sunday appearance on "Fox & Friends Weekend," Childress described the situation as "pitiful" and said all Americans can do now is "pray for them" and "send all the support we can."
Richard Childress Racing announced today that Jeffrey Earnhardt will drive the legendary No. 3 car in the NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Talladega Superspeedway. ForeverLawn, headquartered in Louisville, Ohio and specializing in the manufacturing and installation of premium synthetic grass solutions, will be the primary sponsor of the entry. The race will be televised live on FOX beginning at 4 p.m. ET on Saturday, April 23.
WELCOME, N.C. — Marolina Outdoor Inc., the parent company of Huk, will enhance its commitment to Richard Childress Racing. Austin Dillon, the 2018 Daytona 500 winner, will race the No. 3 Huk Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 in the NASCAR Cup Series race at Darlington (S.C.) Raceway on May 8. The...
A shipment of one million rounds of ammunition donated by NASCAR team owner Richard Childress and Ammo Inc. is now waiting at the Ukraine border to be picked up by the country's armed forces. Childress, who is a member of the Ammo Inc. board of directors, announced in early March...
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For years and years, there has been a lot of figurative bull—both in and around auto racing. Now there will be some literal bull with a racing connection. Richard Childress, a dominant force in NASCAR for decades and a member of the NASCAR Hall of Fame, will begin pursuit of another form of championship this summer as operator of a team in the new Professional Bull Riders Team Series.
Richard Childress, Austin Dillon, Jerome Davis team up for new venture with Professional Bull Riders
WELCOME — Austin Dillon answered one last question, then those boots had to scoot. "Grandma's on the bull!" someone shouted, diverting Dillon's attention from a gaggle of journalists and referring to a mechanical ride a few feet away and, to be clear, not to Dang It, the beast fenced in safely across the Richard Childress Racing parking lot.
Richard Childress pledged 1 million rounds of ammo to Ukraine last week. A North Carolina Congressman introduced a bill that would make that easier.
GREENSBORO, N.C. (WGHP) – NASCAR legend Richard Childress has a new ally in trying to get ammunition to Ukrainians fighting the invasion by the Russian army. Childress last week announced that he had asked Ammo Incorporated, the parent of GunBroker.com, billed as the largest online marketplace for the firearms industry and on whose board he […]
NASCAR fans are reacting positively to the news of team owner Richard Childress donating 1 million rounds of ammo to Ukraine. Childress, who is the team owner for the No. 5 Chevrolet driven by Kyle Larson, announced his donation on Wednesday. When fans heard this news, many of them flocked to Twitter and shared their thoughts.
NASCAR Hall of Fame owner Richard Childress will be remembered as one of the greatest in NASCAR. He achieved a lot of success in his career, and he remained inscribed in the history of this sport. In addition to being known as a famous NASCAR driver, Childress is also one of the richest people and is currently in private business.
The morning after the best NASCAR Cup Series race of his career to date, Tyler Reddick woke up in Las Vegas and went on a seven-mile hike. That wasn’t enough activity for the day. He then went on a 36-mile bike ride. Why did Reddick put himself through such...
Richard Childress, a 2017 NASCAR Hall of Fame inductee, called the war in Ukraine a "wakeup call" in an interview with Fox News.