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Ryan Newman: NASCAR Cup title "will always be on my radar"

As previously reported by Motorsport.com on May 18, Brad Keselowski will likely move to Roush Fenway Racing next season as a partial owner as well as drive the No. 6 Ford, which is currently driven by Newman. Sources said Newman could remain with the organization in a third team, but...
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Roush Fenway Racing driver Ryan Newman brought his No. 6 Guaranteed Rate Ford Mustang down pit road for the final time on lap 87 of Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Race at Sonoma Raceway, in hopes that scuffed tires would be the key down the stretch with a handf

Kyle Larson held off two of the sport’s top road course racers – Chase Elliott and Martin Truex Jr. – to win the Toyota/Save Mart 350 in a thrilling overtime finish Sunday at Sonoma Raceway. Larson, who started on the pole, dominated the action in the NASCAR Cup Series race...
Picture for Roush Fenway Racing driver Ryan Newman brought his No. 6 Guaranteed Rate Ford Mustang down pit road for the final time on lap 87 of Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Race at Sonoma Raceway, in hopes that scuffed tires would be the key down the stretch with a handf
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Luxury Landscape Welcomes Ryan Newman

Luxury Landscape (www.luxurylandscape-llc.com) in Lincoln recently welcomed Ryan Newman to its team of outdoor landscapers. Ryan plants, builds retaining walls, does lots of shoveling—but, most of all, he turns blah into beautiful! Originally from Fayetteville, NC, he currently lives just outside of Lincoln. Ryan said he is motivated to wake up and go to work at Luxury Landscape each day because “I love the work grind, the environment around me, and the team effort by all the crew.” His favorite thing about landscaping is the creativity behind each project and learning something new every day.
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Coca-Cola Racing Family Driver Ryan Newman Visits Camp Lejeune, Trains With MARSOC

CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. (News Release) – As part of Charlotte Motor Speedway’s Mission 600, Coca-Cola Family Racing driver Ryan Newman visited Camp Lejeune to learn from and train alongside members of the U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Special Operations Command (MARSOC). The day-long visit serves as a prelude to the upcoming Coca-Cola 600 on Memorial Day Weekend and to highlight the shared connections between NASCAR and the U.S. Armed Forces.
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Ryan Newman Visits Camp Lejeune, Trains with MARSOC Raiders

Today, as part of Charlotte Motor Speedway’s Mission 600, Coca-Cola Family Racing driver Ryan Newman visited Camp Lejeune to learn from and train alongside members of the U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Special Operations Command (MARSOC). The day-long visit serves as a prelude to the upcoming Coca-Cola 600 on Memorial Day Weekend and to highlight the shared connections between NASCAR and the U.S. Armed Forces.
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Ryan Newman Celebrating 700th NASCAR Cup Race With Special Decal

Ryan Newman will reach a rare NASCAR milestone Sunday afternoon. The Roush Fenway Racing driver will make his 700th Cup Series start when he competes in the Buschy McBusch Race 400 at Kansas Speedway. Newman will become just the 18th driver to reach the milestone while also moving into sole possession of 18th on the all-time Cup Series starts list. He entered Sunday’s action tied with mentor and friend Buddy Baker with 699 starts.
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Ryan Newman keeps his Daytona crash car

The NASCAR driver’s garage stores the car that “saved” his life. Ryan Newman’s 2020 Daytona 500 car is shown in pristine condition above, for qualifying. But, the machine left the track in a mangled mess without a single straight piece on it. The 2020 Daytona 500 ended in a horrific...
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WATCH NOW: FOOD CITY DIRT RACE; Newman expects change in surface to help NASCAR’s brand. NASCAR driver Ryan Newman doesn't have much experience driving on dirt, but likes the change in race surface. He still plans to finish on top.
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Jimmie Johnson Won 3 Races in 2002 but Still Couldn’t Win NASCAR Rookie of the Year Thanks to Ryan Newman

This season, Jimmie Johnson will embark on the next phase of his motorsports career, as he takes part in his first IndyCar season. He can only hope that his rookie year in open-wheelers is as fruitful for him as his rookie season in what was then the NASCAR Winston Cup Series. In 2002, Johnson had perhaps the greatest rookie season in NASCAR history. Incredibly, it still wasn’t enough for him to win Rookie of the Year.
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Ryan Newman discusses his Daytona 500 crash and Roush Fenway Racing becoming first carbon-neutral NASCAR team

In 2020, Ryan Newman was about 1,000 feet from winning his second Daytona 500. But in the blink of an eye, a potential win turned into potential tragedy. Newman’s car sailed into the air and then got hit in the driver’s window by Corey LaJoie. The car came to rest upside down, and everyone feared the worst after seeing the destroyed remnants of Newman’s Ford.
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Ryan Newman Among Drivers Involved in Massive Crash at 2021 Daytona 500

It took only 14 laps for the first major crash at the 2021 Daytona 500. The cars were headed to Turn 3 before a massive pileup knocked several big names out of the race:. CRASH! Multiple contenders are collected in this early accident in the #DAYTONA500. https://t.co/qZro3YXsTj. NASCAR @NASCAR. .@NASCARONFOX...
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Daytona 500: Ryan Newman Has 'No Memory' of Terrifying Car Wreck From Last Year

Ryan Newman is back at the Daytona 500, which takes place this Sunday. Last year, Newman was seconds away from winning "The Great American Race" for the second time in his career but was involved in a fiery crash that led to him being sent to the hospital and miss three races due to a head injury. When talking to Motorsport.com, Newman, 43, said he has "no memory" of the scary event.
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Ryan Newman: What the NASCAR Driver Has Been up to Since 2020 Wreck

Sunday afternoon, Ryan Newman will return to Daytona International Speedway for the season-opening Daytona 500. He will join 39 other NASCAR drivers while competing for a victory. Newman nearly achieved his goal at the beginning of the 2020 season, but a late wreck sent him to the hospital and Denny Hamlin to Victory Lane. Though Newman only missed three races before returning to the No. 6 Roush Fenway Racing Ford Mustang and finishing out the Cup Series schedule in 25th place.
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Ryan Newman reflects on Daytona 500 crash and recovery

Fans all remember the moment, but Ryan Newman has no recollection. On the final lap of the 2020 Daytona 500, Newman's No. 6 Cup Series car flipped and went airborne in a fiery, violent crash. It took more than 15 minutes for rescue crews to pull Newman from his vehicle....
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NASCAR’s Ryan Newman Reveals Shocking Condition of His Helmet After 2020 Daytona 500 Crash

When NASCAR star Ryan Newman was leading in the final moments of the 2020 Daytona 500, it seemed clear the then-42-year-old driver claimed victory. But as many racing fans and the general populace will remember, that wasn’t the case. A good amount of high-speed drafting and bumping later, Newman crashed into the wall and sent flying into the air. While Denny Hamlin claimed victory, Newman finished ninth, but only because his flaming car crossed the finish line upside down.
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Ryan Newman, Kurt Busch Involved in Multi-Car Crash at Daytona 500

The Daytona 500 got off to a rocky start on Sunday afternoon with 16 cars involved in a pileup after a crash in Lap 14. A nudge from Joe Gibbs Racing's Christopher Bell pushed Stewart-Haas Racing's Aric Almirola out of line and into the middle of the track, sparking Sunday's pileup. Kurt Busch and Ryan Newman were involved in the 16-car pileup, as was Martin Truex Jr.
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Multiple racers, including Ryan Newman, involved in Daytona 500 crash

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - Sixteen cars, including one driven by racer Ryan Newman, were involved in a major crash during the Daytona 500. The big one hit only 14 laps into the Daytona 500, triggered when Aric Almirola turned into pole-winner Alex Bowman and started a 16-car pileup. Christopher Bell...