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Ryan Ellis finishes P31 at the Monster Mile

13179281_10153388570436899_4691340458789293307_nAfter struggling through adversity all day with gear and steering issues, Ryan Ellis was able to finish the race in 31st position. The entire 25 team came together, showing great teamwork, to get Ellis' car to the end of the 200 lap race. The Monster Mile proved to be quite the menace for many drivers throughout the race weekend, forcing a few drivers to backup cars after the two practice sessions on Friday. After an off weekend this weekend, the NASCAR Xfinity Series returns for the Hisense 300 at Charlotte Motor Speedway on May 28th.

A Wild One at Talladega

13118853_10153367902061899_3751640406932733026_n   This past weekend only a handful of cars made their way back to the shops from Talladega Superspeedway in one piece. Chris Cockrum in the #25 Advanced Communications Group, Carport Empire, Lilly Trucking Chevy Camaro had a hard crash early in the race when the #0 spun him into the inside wall along the beginning of the backstretch. Chris ended up finishing P37. Thanks to safer barriers and the numerous advancements in safety by NASCAR, Chris Cockrum was able to walk away unharmed. Travis Kvapil in the #15 was able to bring home his Ford in P25.   After an off week this weekend, we'll be making our way up to Dover, Delaware for a 200 lap race around Dover International Speedway.

Harrison Rhodes has 27th Place Finish at Richmond


Stanton Barrett To Kick Off 25th Year Anniversary At Daytona With Rick Ware Racing

Paul Andrews To Lead Effort At “World Center of Racing”

THOMASVILLE, North Carolina (February 10, 2016) - - A familiar face will help kick off Rick Ware Racing’s (RWR) 25th year of competition later this month at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway.

Stanton Barrett, a longtime fixture in the NASCAR XFINITY Series (NXS) returns to the team and will drive the No. 15 Dodge Challenger in the February 20 running of the PowerShares® QQQ 300.

1Joining Barrett and Ware in the season-opening event is new marketing partner, Mozido and veteran industry crew chief Paul Andrews. Mozido’s mobile payment solutions unlock financial freedom for roughly 2 billion people globally by providing trusted digital payments and mobile commerce.

Founded by Michael Liberty, Mozido’s worldwide presence and global offerings include operations in the US, China, India, Asia, Africa, Middle East, Europe and Latin America, enabling people to manage their money, payments and other services from their mobile phones.

“Having owned a NASCAR sanctioned track and sponsored Stanton in his first NASCAR Bush Series race, now the Xfinity series, this is an exciting opportunity to launch our first sponsorship both in NASCAR and with Stanton,” said Michael Liberty, Founder of Mozido.

“I couldn’t think of a better way to begin a new year than introducing a new sponsor to NASCAR,” said Barrett. “I’m really excited to have Mozido on-board for Daytona. I couldn’t think of a better race to introduce them to NASCAR other than the season-opening event at one of NASCAR’s most historic tracks. I can’t wait to get things going.”

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Rick Ware Racing To Celebrate 25th Year In 2016

1THOMASVILLE, North Carolina – Rick Ware Racing (RWR) is preparing for their 25th anniversary racing season in 2016.

RWR, owned by former racer Rick Ware is known for competing in multiple different series with unique partnerships for the last few decades. With a refreshed look, the Thomasville, North Carolina-based team is looking forward to NASCAR’S season-opener at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway next month. The team will field two full-time cars for the 2016 NASCAR XFINITY Series (NXS) season. A third part-time car will go to powerhouse events for marketing partners and drivers including superspeedways and road courses.

To celebrate the team’s achievement, the team will run the No. 25 Chevrolet Camaro in XFINITY Series competition, joining the No. 15 Chevrolet Camaro as its full-time car numbers. The No. 17 has been chosen for its part-time entry.

Additionally, RWR will also compete in a limited NASCAR Camping World Truck Series schedule with the intent to grow into a full-time program to complement the XFINITY Series program. Currently, RWR plans to field a truck at both Martinsville (Va.) Speedways events, Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway, Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, Charlotte (N.C.) Motor Speedway, Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway and Texas Motor Speedway.

Driver, crew chief and marketing partnership placement will be announced in the coming weeks.

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Lisa Ware, Rick Ware Racing