Quick Fact

Between 1994 and 1997 I won more than 80 races across the country and garnered three WKA National Championships.

Who is Brian Vickers?

Throughout my racing career, I have had the privilege of working with many great teams and sponsors. This video highlights some of the most important moments of my life. Whether they be ups or downs, they got me to where I am today.


Fox Post-Race Interview

Fox Pre-Race Las Vegas

NBC Sport

Fox – Practice Las Vegas



Highest-qualifying rookie at Lowe's Motor Speedway


3x Race winner for Hendrick Motorsports and their first-ever Xfinity champion


Full-time Sprint Cup ride in the No. 25 car for the Hendrick team earning two poles and posting four top-10 finishes in my rookie season


Open race winner at Charlotte plus 5 top-five and 10 top-10 finishes


First Sprint Cup victory at Talladega plus 5 top-five and 9 top-10 finishes


Joined Red Bull Racing and earned Toyota their first top-10 finish, their first top five and led the most laps of any Toyota team during the season


7 Top-ten finishes and runner-up in Pocono


Earned first win for the Red Bull Racing Team and the second of my career at Michigan. Earned my first berth in NASCAR's Chase for the Sprint Cup


Sidelined...due to blood clots I was out of the car for the first time in my career.


Thanks to great doctors I was back in the Red Bull Toyota Camry the following year and competing for wins.


After Red Bull decided to close its doors at the end of 2011 I wanted to try something new myself so off to Europe I went. 24 Hours of Le Mans here I come.


While splitting a car at Micheal Waltrip Racing with one of my heroes, Mark Martin, I landed Back in Victory Lane! When so many said I may never race again, much less win. Thank you to my parents for instilling a "Never Give Up" attitude.


It was at the end of the 2014 season I found myself on the verge of life and death again. This time closer than ever. Nothing will change the way you view every second than saying good-bye to your wife, family & friends thinking it may be the last...


After surviving open heart surgery and another racing setback due to health, was it time for the next chapter in my life?


Not so fast...One of the biggest honors of my racing career was when Tony Stewart asked me to fill in for him. It was a short stint but one of the greatest of my motorsports career. Driving for a childhood idol who became a close friend.

2017 & Beyond

Ok, maybe now it's time to open the next door...let's go see what happened next and more importantly what's to come!


Quick Fact

In 2000 I earned 6 wins, 11 poles, become the youngest feature winner at Hickory Motor Speedway and was named Motorsports Magazine's "Rising Star of the Year"

See how far we’ve come! Check out my old racing website for archive racing news and images.