Ryan Newman blasted Tony Stewart for being “old,” “bipolar,” and suffering from “anger issues” after a wreck tonight in Richmond that knocked him out of the race and led to a lengthy red flag stoppage.
For the second week in a row, a Richard Childress Racing car had a mishap with fuel and flame. Ryan Newman’s car was the recipient of the flame-bath this time, and fortunately, it wasn’t as big as last week’s Xfinity fireball.
Bad news for NASCAR driver Ryan Newman and Richard Childress Racing: while their penalties for tampering with their tires has been reduced slightly, the National Motorsports Appeals Panel upheld those penalties today. Newman's #31 car was caught with a slow leak in its tires at Auto Club Speedway.
When NASCAR audited its latest round of tires, one team's set was found not to be holding air properly: the #31 car of Richard Childress Racing driver Ryan Newman. The tires had a slow leak that allowed the tire to bleed off extra air and remain at a more consistent pressure throughout a race.
Jimmie Johnson, last weekend's winner at Dover, DE, had his rear shocks confiscated by
the France Family Henchmen NASCAR officials, along with Kyle Busch, Ryan Newman, Rusty Wallace, Mark Martin and Greg Biffle. The reason? Other drivers were complaining about the height of the cars' rear ends. While they all passed…