Newman Steered The No. 39 To Success 2005, Only 39 Days Remain Until He Vies For Another Bristol Win
Sometimes things just go your way. Sometimes they go your way for a long time. For Ryan Newman, 2005 was a year like that.
On the NASCAR Sprint Cup side, he earned a win, 16-top 10s finishes and captured eight poles. But he may have been even hotter on the NASCAR Nationwide tour. After not running a Nationwide race in four years, Newman ran a limited, nine-race schedule in 2005.
All he did with those nine chances was earn four poles, eight top-10 finishes and six wins, including the Food City 250 at Bristol Motor Speedway. If someone wanted to win a Nationwide race in 2005, much of the time they had to beat the #39 to do it.
Ford Fan Friday and qualifying for the Food City 500 are just 39 days away. Who will capture the pole in the new NASCAR qualifying system? Who will win the Food City 500? Be here to find out.
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