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Women in Wheels

Who runs the world? In the world of motorsports, particularly NASCAR, that answer may not be what you think. For years the sport was heralded as an avenue dominated by men. This could, in part, be assumed by the predominately large number of male drivers and team owners, as well as many male executives in C-suite positions within the industry.…

Richard Childress Racing Fuels Fundraiser to Save Injured Kids

Last week, RCR participated in the NASCARnival night at Victory Junction to benefit Victory Junction and the Childress Institute for Pediatric Trauma. Special thanks to Richard Childress, our drivers, pit crews and sponsors for making the event a memorable day for all involved! 
Beyond the Number: The Business Significance of the No. 8

Beyond the Number: The Business Significance of the No. 8

2019 will serve as a monumental season for Richard Childress Racing.  In addition to celebrating the organization’s 50th anniversary of competing at the highest level of American motorsports, RCR will re-introduce one of the iconic numbers in the history of the sport, the No. 8. The No. 8 has a deeply-rooted history in NASCAR and can be traced back to…
RCR Hosts Partner Summit in Dallas

RCR Hosts Partner Summit in Dallas

Richard Childress Racing recently convened executives from its family of partners in Dallas, Texas for a day of extensive presentations, thought-provoking discussions on best practices, and networking among the partners. Guest speakers included Larry Ryan, Business President, North America & Business President, Growth Platforms & Technologies at The Dow Chemical Company; Zach Hotz, Head of Marketing/Senior Director, Twisted Tea at…
Austin Dillon Uses Last-Lap Pass to Win Daytona 500

Austin Dillon Uses Last-Lap Pass to Win Daytona 500

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. Austin Dillon prevailed in a game of Survivor played at 200 miles per hour, winning the Sundays Daytona 500 fiercely and unapologetically after turning race leader Aric Almirola in the third corner of the final lap. Ten of the 40 drivers who started the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season-opening event finished on the lead lap in…