Red Bull Racing Team's No. 83 and No. 84 drivers will swap cars for this weekend's NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season finale at Homestead- Miami Speedway. Brian Vickers, who's normally behind the wheel of the No. 83 Red Bull Toyota, will pilot Scott Speed's No. 84, and Speed will pilot the No. 83.
"We already have two talented drivers under our roof, so we chose to switch drivers for one race and change the momentum for this team," said Jay Frye, RBRT Vice President and General Manager. "Brian's a team player and wants to help the No. 84 see the same success the No. 83 has had this year. Scott's a rookie and we wanted to take some pressure off of him and let focus on just driving the car. This organization is a team effort and we're treating it that way by finding a solution that works for everyone."
If you log onto NASCAR's own version of TMZ, Jayski.com, our response to "Is that
really true?" is "No." Vickers will not be required to wear sequined hats, zebra driving
shoes or white Paul Frank sunglasses for this event. Vickers agreed to just drive the