David Reutimann & Kyle Larson
Emil David Reutimann (born March 2, 1970) is an American NASCAR driver from Zephyrhills, Florida. He currently drives for Tommy Baldwin Racing, and BK Racing. Kyle Larson (born September 2, 1980) is an American football punter who is currently a free agent. He was signed by the Cincinnati Bengals as an undrafted free agent in 2004. He played college football at Nebraska./5
David Reutimann Kyle Larson Bobby Labonte David Gilliland Greg Biffle Jamie Mcmurray Sprint Cup Kyle Busch Ryan Newman Matt Kenseth Juan Pablo Montoya Kevin Harvick Alex Kennedy Martin Truex Darlington Raceway Brian Vickers Paul Menard Kurt Busch Aric Almirola
David Reutimann wreck with David Gilliland and Kyle Larson on lap 204 as I pass by
David Reutimann wrecked David Gilliland and Kyle Larson on lap 2014 as I avoid them
A handy list to help keep all the driver changes straight~LR Driver Changes for 2014: announced: [was Austin Dillon moves up from Nationwide Series to replace Harvick and changes to with Dow Chemical and Cheerios as the sponsor [was Kevin Harvick moves from the to Stewart Haas Racing Michael Annett brings Flying J sponsorship and replaces Dave Blaney in the expands to a two-car team with Cole Whitt and Parker Kligerman; the and un-numbered 2nd car Ryan Newman replaces Jeff Burton GoGreen Racing teams up with FAS Lane Racing, Terry Labonte will run the car in Daytona 500, driver lineup to be announced Josh Wise will not return, team will likely run different drivers in the car Kurt Busch moves to a brand new 4th Stewart Haas Racing team Kyle Larson replace Juan Pablo Montoya who heads back to Indycar A.J. Allmendinger replaces Bobby Labonte, switches to Chevy Brian Vickers(if healthy) takes over the ride full time after sharing it last two years [was Michael Waltrip runs Daytona 500; Jeff Burton at Las Veg ...
Other driver changes include: Kevin Harvick moving from RCR to the No. 4 at Stewart-Haas Racing, Ryan Newman leaving SHR to take over Jeff Burton’s ride at RCR (Burton signed on with Michael Waltrip Racing for temporary driving assignments in 2014 and to be a full time NASCAR analyst in 2015 at NBC). Kurt Busch is leaving Furniture Row Racing to be added as a new, fourth team at SHR. Kyle Larson is replacing Juan Pablo Montoya at Earnhardt Ganassi Racing (Montoya will return to Indy Car racing, but it is rumored that he may drive in some NASCAR Sprint Cup races for Roger Penske). AJ Allmendinger is replacing Bobby Labonte and switching to Chevy, and Brian Vickers is going full time in Cup, if healthy. Drivers that may return to Cup include J.J. Yeley, Joe Nemechek, and David Reutimann. Ken Schrader is retiring. Perhaps one of the biggest changes in my opinion is the move by Martin Truex, Jr. to leave MWR and go on board with Furniture Row Racing. I mention this switch specifically because of how it ca . ...
2013 year Notables : Bobby Labonte rolled off the starting grid for the 700th time at Talladega Superspeedway (spring race). Jeff Gordon made his 700th start a week later at Darlington Raceway,Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Matt Kenseth (500 career starts); Greg Biffle, Johnson and Jamie Mcmurray (400 career starts); Kyle Busch (300 career starts); Paul Menard, David Reutimann and J.J. Yeley (200 career starts); Aric Almirola and Landon Cassill (100 career starts).everal drivers that made their Cup debuts this past season: Justin Allgaier, Victor Gonzalez Jr., Paulie Harraka, Owen Kelly, Alex Kennedy, Parker Kligerman, Kyle Larson, Justin Marks and Ryan Truex. Danica Patrick became the first female driver to start on the pole, the first to score a top-10 finish (placing eighth) and the first female driver to lead the Daytona 500,leading the field for five laps.
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