Tag: Ryan Blaney

Ryan Blaney is a professional Stock Car racing driver who competes full-time in the NASCAR Cup series for Team Penske Racing No:12 team. He is the son of former Cup racer Dave Blaney and the grandson of dirt racing legend Lou Blaney. He was born in Ohio on December 31, 1993. Blaney is renowned for his hard work and composed racing and has also made several guest appearances in NASCAR broadcasting.

When was Ryan Blaney’s NASCAR debut?

Blaney made his NASCAR debut after making a name for himself in the midget and late model racing series in the Xfinity series. He drove the No: 36 Car of Tommy Baldwin Racing at Richmond. Blaney made his Truck series debut the same year for Brad Keselowski Racing. He made his Cup debut with the No:12 team in 2012 and signed a full-time contract with Wood Brothers Racing in 2016. He returned to the Penske No:12 team full-time in 2018.

How many NASCAR races has Ryan Blaney won?

Blaney scored his maiden NASCAR win in 2012 in the Truck Series BKR at Iowa Speedway. He won his first Xfinity Series race in 2013 at Kentucky. His maiden and only Cup race win, with WBR, came in Pocono in the 2017 Regular season race. In his career, Blaney has won 10* Cup races, 7* Xfinity races, and 4* Truck series races. The 2022 All-Star race winner has won the 2011 PASS Championship. In 2023, he won his maiden NASCAR Cup championship.