Kahne began his NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) career wheeling the No. 38 car with Great Clips serving as sponsor in 2003. Together, Kahne and the world’s largest salon brand reached momentous milestones including capturing Kahne’s first NNS victory in 2003 at Homestead-Miami Speedway. In 2013, Kahne will run 10 NNS races and three NASCAR Sprint Cup races in the No. 5 Great Clips Chevy.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. is a third-generation driver in a family forever connected to the sport of stock-car racing. His flair for originality and common-sense charisma have helped propel him to become one of the most popular figures in sports. Race fans have selected him 10 consecutive times as the winner of NASCAR’s Most Popular Driver award, and he joins Bill Elliott as the only other driver to win it straight for a decade.
In 2013, Earnhardt will pilot the No. 88 Great Clips Chevy in a NASCAR Nationwide Series race.
Following in the footsteps of Kahne, Sweet made a name for himself in the national open-wheel racing circuits. After being tapped to drive for Kasey Kahne Racing (KKR) in 2008 by Kahne himself, Sweet became a superstar in his own right in the USAC racing world. Coming off a great rookie season, Sweet will pilot the No. 5 Great Clips Chevy in 18 NASCAR Nationwide Series races for JR Motorsports.
Daryn Pittman joined Kasey Kahne Racing (KKR) in 2013 to pilot the No. 9 Great Clips World of Outlaws entry, after spending the past four years racing in Pennsylvania with the PA Posse. Though this is his first year with KKR, he’s no stranger to the Outlaw tour. During his career, Pittman has compiled over 30 World of Outlaws victories and has scored some of the crown jewels of the sport—including the King’s Royal, the Historical Big One, the Gold Cup and the Summer Nationals (twice).
MINNEAPOLIS, April 12, 2013—Great Clips World of Outlaws driver Daryn Pittman capped off the World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series five-week West Coast swing by picking up his third victory of the season on Saturday in the SoCal Showdown at Perris Auto Speedway. With the victory, Pittman and the No. 9 Kasey Kahne Racing team extended their series lead by 133 points.
Kahne Wins at Bristol
Race Is On To Meet NASCAR Legend Dale Earnhardt, Jr.
Pittman Prevails in Wildcat Shootout
Jimmie Johnson Suits Up for Great Clips
Great Clips Racing Heads to Daytona
Pittman Crowned Champion in Racing Season Opener
Jimmie Johnson to Drive for Great Clips
Great Clips Partners with JR Motorsports
Kasey Kahne Racing Signs Daryn Pittman
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