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The RWR teams had a mixed weekend at Bristol Motor Speedway this past weekend.  The #17 NASCAR Xfinity Series team, which was sponsored by East Carolina University, qualified 26th then shot up to 20th quickly.  Unfortunately a bad pit stop lost the positions gained and lost several laps.  The team fought hard the rest of the way but couldn't get the spots back and ended up in 28th place.  The East Carolina car did get a lot of attention and ECU will return at Richmond this weekend for another race with RWR.  Several sponsors have joined ECU on the Xfinity car for this weekends race at Richmond.

On the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series side, Gray Gaulding was the driver of the JACOB COMPANIES #51 Ford Mustang.  After starting the race and running well, the engine let go and forced the RWR #51 team to park the car early, earning a 36th place finish.  

The RWR #52, which was sponsored by BELMONT CLASSIC CARS and driven by Bayley Currey, had a good run and finished the race in 31st position.  " We had a good car", said Currey, "I feel like the team is making a lot of progress and our crew chief, George Church and I get along very well.  We will give it another shot at Richmond and try to build on what we have started."

The RWR Xfinity EAST CAROLINA UNIVERSITY car will be in the Toyota Care 250 on Friday night and the JACOB COMPANIES #51 and the RWR #52 cars will be in the Toyota Owners 400 on Saturday night at Richmond International Raceway.

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The RWR teams left Texas Motor Speedway in good spirits after good runs Sunday in the O'Reilly Auto Parts 500.  BJ McLeod brought the #51 Jacob Companies Chevrolet home in 31st position and newcomer Bayley Currey did and awesome job piloting the #52 Trick Shot Chevrolet and bringing it home in 35th.

The #52 of Bayley Currey ran strong all day, but some pit stop problems, including a penalty for an uncontrolled tire penalty, kept the #52 team several laps down.  Currey brought the car home without a scratch and was excited for what he, and the team, learned from the mile and a half Texas Motor Speedway  "It was great coming home to my home track and having a car that was really good", said Currey, "It was nice to be here and have my friends and family here and run a good solid race."

"That was one of the most fun cars I have ever driven", said BJ McLeod after getting out of the #51 Sunday afternoon.  "That car was awesome and I really didn't want to get out of it!  The team has continued to learn these new packages and I am still learning the set ups myself, but today was incredible and I think we still learned a lot to carry us forward."

The #51 Jacob Companies team and the #52 RWR team are back in North Carolina preparing the cars for the World's Fastest Half Mile at the Bristol Motor Speedway in this Sunday's Food City 500 at 2:00 ET on FS1

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The West Coast Swing Is Over

The Rick Ware Racing teams are back home in North Carolina after a 3 week trip to the West Coast.  The RWR teams wrapped up the West Coast Swing with a 32nd place finish for Cody Ware in the JACOB COMPANIES #51 and a 37th place finish for BJ McLeod in the MTEL-ONE #52.

Both drivers finished the race and took the checkered flag with cars that ended up without any major damage.  The #51 of Ware had a consistent day and continued to learn more about the new racing package.  Cody was pleased with the teams progress and is excited about this weekends upcoming race at Martinsville.  BJ McLeod battled an ill handling car most of the day, but did a great job to take the checkered flag and not damage the car.  The #52 team did have to come in to the garage early in the race, but was able to get back out and finish the race.

The RWR #52 will have a different look and a different driver for this weekends STP 500 at Martinsville Speedway.  Jeb Burton will pilot the #52 with MUZZY BOWFISHING as the Primary Marketing Partner.  The press release for Jeb Burton will be released later.

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The Rick Ware Racing team is back in Las Vegas and working hard to prepare the cars for this weekends Auto Club 400 at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California.  After the race Sunday, which saw the #52 MTEL-ONE Mustang driven by Bayley Currey finish 31st and the #51 JACOB COMPANIES Camaro driven by Cody Ware finish 32nd, the team worked in the garage area at ISM on Monday and then loaded up to head to Las Vegas.  The team will work on the cars, that will be used at Auto Club Speedway, in Las Vegas until Thursday and then will load everything up and head West to California. On the way the RWR haulers, cars, drivers, and team will stop in Costa Mesa, California at the offices of Trickshot, which is a Marketing Partner of RWR.  Trickshot is inviting vendors, customers, and employees for a cookout and meet and greet with the RWR team.

At Phoenix, the team prepared the #52 for the debut in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series  for driver Bayley Currey.  Currey, who is also a mechanic at RWR, did a great job and took the checkered flag without a scratch on the #52.  "Bayley did a great job", said team owner Rick Ware, "He did everything we asked of him and more.  Bayley has a very bright future ahead of him and we hope that we can have him back in the seat very soon!"  Currey's #52 welcomed The Port of Tucson and BAJA as new Marketing Partners to RWR for the Phoenix event.

Cody Ware also took the checkered flag without a scratch on the #51 and was in high spirits following the race.  "We continue to make huge strides every week and I feel this team is just getting better and better" said Cody Ware.  "I am excited to see how we put what we learned at ISM and take that to Auto Club Speedway this coming weekend."

RWR has some very big announcements coming later this week.  Be sure to check the website and media outlets for the releases!  One of the releases involves RWR rear tire changer Brehanna Daniels.  Brehanna had Chris Watt, who was a contestant on The Titan Games, as a guest in the RWR pit area.  Brehanna was also a contestant on the NBC show The Titan Games, and did great!  

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One Down on the West Coast Swing

With one race in the books for the part of the schedule known as the West Coast Swing, the Rick Ware Racing team is still in Las Vegas preparing the cars for the Ticket Guardian 500 at ISM Raceway in Phoenix race this upcoming weekend.  The West Coast Swing is a 3 week stretch during the NASCAR racing schedule which includes races at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, ISM Raceway in Phoenix and the Auto Club 400 at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California.   The RWR teams battled mechanical issues and set up issues with the new racing package to finish 35th and 37th this past Sunday in the Penzoil 400 which was won by Team Penske driver Joey Logano.  

Cody Ware, driving the #51 JACOB Companies Chevrolet Camaro for the first time in a Monster Energy Cup Series event at Las Vegas , finished 35th.  Cody and Crew Chief Mike Hillman, Sr. struggled early to find the right set up but got better as the race went on and learned some important information for when the series returns in September. Cody Ware stated,  "We still have a lot of learning to do but I feel that we made some really good adjustments through the race and I feel that this will help us going into the race next weekend at ISM Raceway".  Cody was in very good spirits, as was the entire 51 team, after the race because of the positive adjustments made during the race and the fact that the car came out of the race without a scratch.

BJ McLeod was the pilot of the MTEL-ONE #52 Ford Mustang and brought the car home in the 37th position.  The #52 lost several laps when McLeod had to come to the garage early in the race due to a mechanical malfunction. Crew Chief George Church and the rest of the #52 crew worked on the Mustang and got it back out on the track and came out with a 37th place finish.

The Las Vegas Motor Speedway has allowed teams to stay and use the garage area this week to prepare their race cars for the upcoming West Coast events in Phoenix and California.  "This helps our team tremendously", says team owner Rick Ware. "We don't have to travel all the way back to North Carolina to prepare our cars so his allows us to spend the valuable time to work and set up our cars and it also helps to keep our overhead costs down."  The RWR teams will stay in Las Vegas until Thursday and then the teams will head South to Phoenix.

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 Photo Cred:  Daniel Campbell