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Eric McClure making first Daytona 500 start 01-29-2014
Eric McClure
Eric McClure will make a return to NASCAR's Sprint Cup Series, joining Front Row Motorsports for the season-opening Daytona 500 in the No. 35 Ford Fusion. The veteran driver will carry the support of Heftyr/Reynolds Wrapr as primary sponsor in what would be his first start in "The Great American Race." McClure is an 11-year veteran of NASCAR's Nationwide Series. He earned a career-best eighth-place finish at Daytona International Speedway last February in the Nationwide Series' season opener. The 35-year-old Chilhowie, Va., native also has three career Sprint Cup starts. The Daytona 500 would be his first Cup start for Front Row Motorsports.-Breaking Limits
U.S. Air Force back with Aric Almirola 01-29-2014
Aric Almirola
Aric Almirola will pilot the No. 43 Air Force Racing Ford for the two most patriotic race weekends of the year: Memorial Day weekend at Charlotte and the Fourth of July weekend race at Daytona. The U.S. Air Force will remain an associate partner for the entire season. The Air Force will continue their experiential marketing at races, bringing the No. 43 U.S. Air Force Ford show car and "Hangar 43" interactive display to environments where recruiters can connect with young adults. It will also continue to hold swear-in ceremonies of Airmen in the Delayed Entry Program at NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races, giving fans an up-close, in-person look at the moment when groups of young Americans commit themselves to serving their country.-Breaking Limits
Nationwide Insurance returns with Stenhouse 01-29-2014
Ricky Stenhouse
Nationwide Insurance primary sponsorship of Ricky Stenhouse Jr. includes seven races, while maintaining its associate sponsor status for the balance of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (NSCS) season. Stenhouse will drive the No. 17 Nationwide Insurance Ford Fusion in NSCS races on Feb. 15 in the Sprint Unlimited, Feb. 20 in The Budweiser Duel and on Feb. 23 in the Daytona 500 at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway. Other races include March 16 at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway, April 12 at Darlington (S.C.) Raceway, April 26 at Richmond (Va.) International Raceway and June 1 at Dover (Del.) International Speedway.-Roush Fenway Racing