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RWR Teams Finish 32nd and 33rd at Atlanta

The Rick Ware Racing teams left Atlanta with BJ McLeod finishing 32nd in the Trick Shot Chevrolet and Cody Ware finishing 33rd in the JACOB COMPANIES Ford Mustang.  McLeod had a pit road incident on lap 273 when a car from another team ran into the rear of the #52 as he was coming into the pits to get tires, fuel, and make a few adjustments.  The RWR #52 pit crew had to service the Chevrolet backwards in the pits after the spin.  BJ recovered to finish the race and take the checkered flag.

Cody Ware fought an ill handling race car all day and took the checkered flag in 33rd position.  "Our team tried really hard to get the car to handle, but we just couldn't get it done", said Ware.  "I feel confident that we will fix what went wrong in Atlanta and do better in Las Vegas."  Cody left Atlanta after the race and is making a cross country trip to Las Vegas for the Penzoil 400 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Sunday.  Be sure to follow Cody's cross country escapades by finding #WareRWeGoing on social media.

For Sponsorship opportunities, please contact Bryan Clodfelter at .  Be sure to watch for the RWR Racing Teams competing from Las Vegas this Sunday at 3:30 PM ET on Fox or Fox Sports Go app.  


Daytona 2019 Summary

Rick Ware Racing driver BJ McLeod finished 19th in the 61st running of the Great American Race at Dayotona International Speedway on Sunday.  The top 20 finish is the third in a row at Daytona International Speedway for the RWR #51, finishing 12th in last years Daytona 500 and 16th in the July race at Daytona in 2018.  The Winn Dixie #52 was driven by Cody Ware and finished 39th after a mid race incident.

"We had a great time in Daytona for Speedweeks and are very appreciative of Jacob Companies and Winn Dixie for coming on board as Primary Sponsors at Daytona" said team owner Rick Ware.  "We couldn't have done it without their support and we are very excited with the direction our team is headed this season."

Both RWR teams are in Atlanta preparing for the Folds of Honor/Quick Trip 500 this Sunday at Atlanta Motor Speedway.  Harrison Rhodes finished 33rd in the RWR #51 last season at Atlanta, which was won by Kevin Harvick.

BJ Mcleod will be driving the Trick Shot Penetrating Lubricant #52 this week and Cody Ware will switch to the Jacob Companies #51 which will be a Ford Mustang.  "We are looking forward to unloading and running well after a great finish at Daytona" said BJ McLeod, "That was my best finish in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series and I can't thank Rick and Lisa Ware enough for letting me drive their Cup Series car at Daytona last Sunday.  We are looking forward to building on that and having a great 2019."  

Tune in to Fox and Fox Sports Go Sunday at 2:00 for the Folds of Honor Quick Trip 500 live from the Atlanta Motor Speedway.


Photo Cred:  Daniel Campbell

Winn-Dixie to sponsor Cody Ware in Daytona 500 debut

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. With the 61st annual Daytona 500 six days away, Rick Ware Racing (RWR) announced today the addition of Winn-Dixie as the primary sponsor of the team’s second chartered Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series (MENCS) entry driven by Cody Ware.  

Cody Ware, No. 52 Winn-Dixie Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 (Photo Credit: Jonathan Ferrey | Getty Images)

Founded in 1925, Winn-Dixie grocery stores, liquor stores and in-store pharmacies serve communities throughout five southeastern states – Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana and Mississippi.


Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc. is a subsidiary of Southeastern Grocers, which is one of the largest supermarket chains based in the Southeast.

Industry veteran George Church will guide Ware in his inaugural Daytona 500.

“This is like a dream come true,” said Cody Ware. “I really can’t explain the feelings I have about getting ready to run my first Daytona 500. “It’s like being a little kid at Christmas and it can’t get here soon enough. We still have a lot to learn even after practice and qualifying this past weekend.

“It’s also a bonus to be able to go out there and represent one of the biggest grocery chains in the country. I couldn’t believe it when Winn-Dixie agreed to be our primary partner for Daytona. This is a huge boost for Rick Ware Racing, and we plan on representing them to the best of our abilities.”

Rick Ware Racing team principal Rick Ware says he’s proud to have two cars in this year’s “Great American Race” – especially with marketing partners who are acquainted with the sport.

“We are very excited to be here at Daytona and equally excited to have Winn-Dixie on our No. 52 Chevrolet,” said Ware. “We have worked very hard during the off season to be able to bring our two teams to Daytona and continue with the enhancement of our program from 2018.

“We are very fortunate to have had some really great companies join our family during the off-season and even at the beginning of the season. To be able to see our No. 52 Chevrolet whip around Daytona with Winn-Dixie on board is very exciting. They are a familiar name in NASCAR and we’re thankful for their support.

“Being brand ambassadors for Winn-Dixie, JACOB Companies and the many other associate marketing partners is something that we all at Rick Ware Racing are very proud of.”

The 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season-opening Daytona 500 is set for Sunday, Feb. 17 with coverage on FOX, the Motor Racing Network (MRN) and SiriusXM Satellite Radio Channel 90. Event coverage begins at 2:30 p.m. (ET).

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