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2008 NASCAR Nationwide Series - Schedule - 2008 Nationwide Series Teams
... Team Car # Driver Primary Sponsor(s) Rounds Baker Curb Racing Ford Fusion 27 Brad Coleman Kimberly-Clark / Carino's Italian Grill 1–24 David Gilliland Kimberly-Clark. 29–35 Curb Agajanian Performance Group Chevrolet Monte Carlo 98 Johnny Sauter Curb-Agajanian Performance Group 25–26 D'Hondt Motorsports Toyota Camry 92 Kyle Busch Zippo BLU 9 Dale ... Security MC2 Energy Drink/STP Tools 1–12, 15–17, 19–20, 23, 25–26, 28, 31–35 Brad Baker 13 Bryan Clauson 14 Randy MacDonald 18, 22 Shane ...
Baker Curb Racing - Nationwide Series - Car #27 History
... After Keller and Burton's contracts expired, Casey Atwood, Brad Baker, and Robby Gordon split the schedule in the 27 car ... Baker Curb announced that Biffle would return to the team to drive the #27 for 2010 with sponsorship from Red Man Tobacco ... After initially deciding to shut down for 2011, Baker Curb partnered with J.R ...
Red Man - Auto Racing
... Beginning in 2010 Red Man joined Baker-Curb Racing in the NASCAR Nationwide Series as sponsor of car #27 with Greg Biffle of Roush-Fenway Racing as ... In June 2010, Baker Curb Racing was forced to pull the sponsorship off the car after NASCAR extended its tobacco product sponsorship ban to smokeless tobacco previously the ban had extended to cigarette ...
Baker Curb Racing
... Baker Curb Racing, formerly known as Brewco Motorsports, is a racing team that competes in the NASCAR Nationwide Series ... Based in Nashville, Tennessee, it is owned by Gary Baker, former owner of Bristol Motor Speedway and Nashville Superspeedway, and record executive Mike Curb ... Baker and Curb became owners of the team late in the 2007 season ...

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