Richard Childress

Richard Childress has been one of the most popular drivers in motorsports. He is known as a former NASCAR driver, as well as the current owner of Richard Childress Racing. The story of how he began as a NASCAR driver is quite impressive. When a drivers’ strike started, NASCAR’s president was left without any drivers. So, Richard Childress began his driving career. In 1981 Childress decided to retire, and with the help of some good recommendation, he started the RCR team. Currently owned and operated by Richard Childress, the RCR team competes in the Monster Energy Cup Series, as well as the Xfinity Series. It is considered to be a respected, professional car racing team. It is located in Welcome, North Carolina, in a 17 building and on a 52-acre campus.

530 RCR team members build their race cars from scratch in this manufacture with the latest technology. Innovation and effectiveness are the main goals of Richard Childress Racing team. The continuous effort to improve their results has ended to a well-known racing team of all NASCAR cup series. At the moment, RCR fields 3 different drivers. With the number 3 comes Austin Dillon, with the number 27 Paul Menard and with the number 31 Ryan Newman. In 2013, Jeff Burton was replaced in RCR, and his Chevrolet moved to the experienced hands of Ryan Newman. A legit car enthusiast Newman owns 14 cars and is considered to be a very professional and persistent driver.

RCR has accumulated 17 championships and 200 victories to all NASCAR’s three series. Two Daytona 500 wins and three Brickyard 400 victories are included in these victories. RCR is the first organization in NASCAR history that won in all three national series, different championships. The RCR number 31 car boasts an impressive racing history. Richard Childress’s first car with number 31 has made a lot of rounds from 1988 up to present. 2015 was one of the most controversial racing years for RCR which included penalties and a deduction in points. In 2017 Ryan Newman stayed with RCR via a multiyear contract and won at Phoenix. This was the first win since 2013, and it is a promising beginning for a prosperous racing series between Ryan Newman and the RCR team.

1990 Press Photo Racing Richard Childress, Dale Earnhardt & Kirk Shelmerdine

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