Saturday, September 08, 2007


Momentum is just what Red Bull Racing needs to finish off the year strong. And it is also just what the #83 and #84 teams seems to be getting at the right time.

Tonight marks the 2nd week in a row that the two Red Bull cars will race together, and also the 2nd week in a row they will start side by side. Tonight AJ rolls off the grid in the 27th spot, and Brian in the 28th spot.

The goals each team has for the end of the season are straight forward. The #83 is trying to get into the top 35 in owner's points so they can have a guaranteed spot in the race each week. They must overtake the #10 and #22.

For the #84 team, they are trying to move up into the top 43 in owner's points so they can be guaranteed a spot in the field in case of a rain-out. Right now the #84 must overtake the #49 and #55 to reach their goal. Tonight's race should be a good points night - the #55 did not qualify for the race and #49 will roll off the grid in the 43rd spot.

Tune into ABC tonight at 7:30 pm to see the Red Bull cars in action at RIR!


Blogger Kristin said...

Good luck tonight Team Red Bull. We are all so excited to see both cars in the show again. Let's hope we get the same results as we got last weekend at California. That was awesome! Win, Lose, or Spin we are all behind you guys!


10:52 AM  
Anonymous 83TRD said...

Go get'em TRB!! We will all be watching, cheering and drinking Red Bull!

12:32 PM  
Anonymous 83givzuwingz said...

Let's go guyz!!!! We're with ya ALL THE WAY!!! Rock the house!!!


4:26 PM  
Blogger Bob in Philly said...

Not Bad Both Brian & AJ on the lead lap and stayed out of Trouble all night. Brian is now 233 points out of 35th in owners points 1 point out of 37th.

9:13 PM  
Anonymous 83TRB said...

solid night. Keep making races and the 83 will get there. Great weekend for AJ, Alot of progress throughout the year for the 84 team.

5:40 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Owner Points Following Race #26
Richmond International Raceway
Chevy Rock & Roll 400
UNOFFICIAL Provided by NASCAR Statistics - Sunday, 9/9/2007 @ 1:13 AM

33 +1 Haas CNC Racing #70 Chevrolet 2075 -2985 25
34 -1 Petty Enterprises #45 Dodge 2013 -3047 26
35 -- Wood Brothers/JTG Racing #21 Ford 1944 -3116 24
Locked into the next race
36 -- Bill Davis Racing #22 Toyota 1925 -3135 24
37 -- Gillett Evernham Motorsports #10 Dodge 1743 -3317 21
38 -- Team Red Bull #83 Toyota 1711 -3349 16

Just keep making races #83!

7:09 AM  
Anonymous Nathan said...

Sorry I couldn't post out of the race, I was driving back from a college football game.

Vickers did just what he needed to do...stay out of trouble, and stay on the lead lap. Who would have thought Johnny Sauter would have a run like that? Wow. However, Vickers still maintained with the #45 car and gained points on the #10, #21, and #22. TRB has to get these COT cars more competitive. I know they are working on it, but the car wasn't good after 10 laps. The pit crew was awesome all night, picking up spots. AJ also did well. He's really starting to get some momentum.

8:48 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good job with the teams just staying with it last night - i know the 84 team was really struggling with the car during the whole race, but you stayed out of trouble and brought it home in a respectable position. AJ has really come along the last 3 races since they have him racing the series the day before. He will only get better!

11:44 AM  

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