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No Fear Racing

For the NASCAR video game, see Kyle Petty's No Fear Racing.
No Fear Racing
Owner(s) Frank Stoddard
Mark Simo
Series NASCAR Sprint Cup Series
Notable car numbers No. 60
Notable drivers Boris Said
Notable sponsors No Fear
Manufacturer Ford
Opened 2006
Closed 2011

No Fear Racing was a part-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series team racing the #60 SoBe No Fear Energy Drink Ford Fusion driven by Boris Said. It is owned by Frank Stoddard and Mark Simo, owner of the No Fear brand. The team debuted at the 2006 Dodge/Save Mart 350 at Infineon Raceway. The next week, Said won the pole for the Pepsi 400 and finished fourth. Simo Racing's cars are prepared by Roush Fenway Racing.

Heading into the 2009 season, No Fear formed a partnership called Carter/Simo Racing with John Carter Racing to share owner points and resources during the season. The team would run Carter's #08 during the year and Terry Labonte would drive Toyotas for Carter while Boris Said would drive Fords for No Fear.

Prior to the 2011 season, Frank Stoddard would purchase the remaining equipment to form FAS Lane Racing.[1]

References

External links

  • No Fear Racing Official Site
  • Jayski team profilede:No Fear Racing
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