Michael Annett secured the best outing of his 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season Sunday at Auto Club Speedway when he wheeled his No. 7 Pilot Flying J Chevrolet SS to a 19th-place finish, which came as a result of a frenzied rally following a late-race pit road penalty.
Starting 23rd, Annett and his Tommy Baldwin Racing (TBR) team spent the first quarter of the 200-lap race...
Tommy Baldwin Racing will have Accell Construction on the No. 7 Chevrolet SS driven by Michael Annett for six races in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series this season.
Annett, a rookie, will make his first start of the season at the 2.5 mile Daytona International Speedway, with Accell coming on board for the first time at Phoenix international Raceway on March 2.
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Kevin "Bono" Manion is the new crew chief for Michael Annett and the No. 7 Pilot Flying J Chevy at Tommy Baldwin Racing.
The 41-year-old Boylston, Mass., native will oversee Annett's rookie season in the Sprint Cup Series.
Manion's reunion with Baldwin is the result of a two-decade friendship that developed while the two worked on modifieds in the Northeast. Before...
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Michael Annett #7 (Tommy Baldwin Racing)
Eric’s take: Annett moves up to the Sprint Cup ranks for his rookie season but I think it’s too soon. Annett needed another year in the Nationwide Series to really hone is skills. He’s improving but won’t be a factor in TBR in 2014.
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Michael Annett has signed a deal to drive for Tommy Baldwin Racing in the NASCAR Sprint Cup series next season.
Annett, who has spent the last five years in the Nationwide series, will compete in the No. 7 car previously driven by Dave Blaney.
Annett, a native of Des Moines, Iowa, will run his 163rd Nationwide race this weekend in the season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway....
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November 15, 2013
Michael Annett was on hand at Bristol Motor Speedway on Friday as he continues to recover from injuries sustained during the season-opener. Annett, who drives the No. 43 Richard Petty Motorsports Ford in the NASCAR Nationwide Series, recently underwent surgery for injuries he sustained in an accident.
Annett underwent the surgery for a fractured and dislocated sternum suffered during...
NASCAR Nationwide Series driver Michael Annett has been released from a hospital in Charlotte, N.C., following surgery.
Annett is resting at his home, according to a Richard Petty Motorsports team release.
Annett underwent surgery earlier this week to repair a fractured and dislocated sternum suffered during a crash during the Feb. 23 race at Daytona International Speedway.
Todd Warshaw/Getty Images Michael Annett will not be in a race car for an indefinite time period. Annett suffered a fracture and dislocated sternum during the NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Daytona International Speedway. Annett will be [...]
Michael Annett was involved in the crazy crash at the end of the Drive4COPD300 Nationwide Series race at Daytona International Speedway and was taken to the hospital.
Annett is alert and doing fine. He is being kept at Halifax Medical Center for observation with bruising to his chest. He underwent a CT scan and is awaiting the results.
Several fans were treated by Daytona safety...
Annett has three career starts in the Nationwide Series at Loudon
Annett enters this weekend’s event in sixth-place in the Nationwide point standings
Annett’s best finish (seventh) at the 1.058-mile track came in 2011
Michael Annett on New Hampshire: “We’re in my favorite summer stretch right now. I really enjoying going to the next few tracks on the schedule and I typically...