Driving Duties

Some articles on driving duties, driving:

Yates Racing - Sprint Cup - Car #28 History
... and Ernie Irvan split the rest of the driving duties in 1993, with Irvan finding Victory Lane twice ... Kenny Wallace took over the driving duties for the remainder of the season ... Travis Kvapil would take over driving duties after Sadler's departure at the end of 2007 ...
Baker Curb Racing - Nationwide Series - Car #37 History
... It went full-time in 1999, with Atwood driving the Castrol-sponsored ride ... Greg Biffle and Aaron Fike shared the driving duties, with Biffle winning once and garnering sixteen top ten finishes in twenty-one starts, while Fike had one top ten in eleven starts in 2005 ... Greg Biffle and Jamie McMurray began the season sharing driving duties with sponsorship from Cub Cadet and Yard-Man ...
Richard Childress Racing - Nationwide Series - Car No. 21 History
... as the sponsor and Childress' son-in-law Mike Dillon driving ... After Skinner's release, Robby Gordon had the driving duties for the balance of the season ... Harvick has been the anchor driver ever since, with Clint Bowyer doing the co-driving honors in 2004 and Brandon Miller in 2005 and sponsorship from Reese's Peanut Butter Cups ...

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