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Ryan Ellis Makes Great Save After Cutting Tire at Daytona

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Spencer Boyd To Make NASCAR XFINITY Series Debut At Iowa Speedway

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NEWTON, Iowa – Adding more drivers to their already impressive resume in 25 years of Motorsports existence, Rick Ware Racing announced today that Spencer Boyd will make his NASCAR XFINITY Series (NXS) debut this Saturday night at Iowa Speedway.

Boyd will pilot the No. 25 Wick Buildings Chevrolet Camaro in the U.S. Cellular 250. It will be Boyd’s third career NASCAR national series start this season.

Wick Buildings, Inc. is a privately held Wisconsin company founded in 1954 by John F. Wick.

With the sale of over 70,000 buildings to date, Wick Buildings has steadily grown to become one of the nation’s largest producers of post-frame buildings, including sophisticated animal confinement systems, horse housing facilities, on-farm livestock and storage buildings, suburban structures and professionally engineered commercial and light industrial buildings. Read more
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Carport Empire and McIntosh Foundation Donate to Gateway Academy

checkpicTHOMASVILLE, NC -- It was a sweet end to the night in Daytona. Jeff Green driver of the #17 Carport Empire Toyota Camry was able to bring home a 7th place finish after a multitude of multicar wrecks.

Along with the great finish, primary sponsor of Rick Ware Racing (RWR), Carport Empire, has partnered with the McIntosh Foundation to donate $5,000 to Gateway Academy to help transform the lives of even more young men in the Teen Challenge program.

Gateway Academy is a fifteen month boarding school for young men with disruptive behaviors. The goal of Gateway Academy is to work with families to help their sons find transformation and direction for life through three focus areas. These focus areas consist of discipline, biblical counseling, and education.

With the help of Carport Empire and the McIntosh Foundation, Gateway Academy will be able to grow their program and help shape more lives of troubled young men.

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RWR Cars Have Great Runs in a Wild One Under the Lights at Daytona

Friday at Daytona: Qualifying and XFinity Race

THOMASVILLE, NC – After a crazy night of racing under the lights at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway, Rick Ware Racing (RWR) was able to bring all three cars back to the finish line with minimal damage.

Driving the #17 Carport Empire / Dashub Toyota Camry, Jeff Green was able to wheel his way through all of the many multicar accidents that took out many of the top competitors. Happening near or around him, Green was able to react fast enough to avoid hitting any cars sliding across the track throughout the entire night.

Although running in and around the top 10 most of the night, Jeff Green did have some setbacks. During one caution flag, Green’s #17 crew had an uncontrolled tire that led to a second trip down pit road. Green also had setbacks on the track when he was kicked out of the main lines in the draft, sending his car straight to the back of the pack, but the veteran driver was able to work his way back to the front on numerous occasions. Jeff Green was able to bring home a 7th place finish for RWR, the 128th top-10 of his long NASCAR XFINITY Series (NXS) career.

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Ryan Ellis has Career Best Finish in XFINITY Series at Daytona

Ryan Ellis brought his #15 ScienceLogic, Bubba Burger, Lilly Trucking, Carport Empire, Keen's Portable Buildings Chevy Camaro home with a NASCAR XFINITY Series career best 15th place finish!

Ryan had this to say on his Facebook page:

"What a weekend! We ran top ten and finished 15th in our ScienceLogic #15 Rick Ware Racing Chevy at Daytona. So cool to be running up there with the big teams before losing a right rear tire with not too many laps left. Very happy to get ScienceLogic, Bubba Burger, Kappa Sigma Fraternity (Kappa Sigma Fraternity at UCF especially), Carport EmpireLilly Trucking of VirginiaKeen's Portable Buildings so much airtime and exposure.

Very happy to have an awesome opportunity with everyone at Rick Ware Racing and ScienceLogic. The car looked beautiful under the lights.

Hopefully we can use this momentum to get a great weekend in our BK Racing ScienceLogic Toyota in a few weeks at Indianapolis Motor Speedway!"

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A Rainy Weekend at Pocono

CkJ-Qa2XEAAUfn4.jpg-largeAfter a rain soaked weekend at Pocono Raceway, Ryan Ellis was able to bring home a 25th place finish! Ellis, in the 25 car, started the race back in P35 and was able to move all the way to 23rd position before a mid-race restart penalty. Rain began falling and the red flag was brought out on lap 53 of the 100 scheduled laps. After a couple of hours of persistent rain, NASCAR officials called the race. Ryan Ellis said he had a great car that was capable of gaining even more positions had the race started back up. Next weekend we head back north to Michigan International Speedway!
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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.
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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.