Career Highlights: Brian Vickers is a professional stock car and sports car racing driver. In 2003, he won the NASCAR Busch Series championship driving for Hendrick Motorsports. Over 14 years, in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series he has three wins, 78 top-10 finishes and 12 pole positions. His wins came at the 2006 UAW-Ford 500, the 2009 Carfax 400 (where he finished 12th in the Chase for the Sprint Cup, his highest career finish), and the 2013 Camping World RV Sales 301 (after making a late race pass on Tony Stewart and retaining the lead on a green-white-checkered finish). In 148 races over 12 years on the NASCAR Xfinity Series, Vickers has posted three wins, 78 top-10s and four pole positions with wins. Vickers was among the first series of full-time drivers for Toyota after the manufacturer first entered NASCAR. Vickers got his start running go karts in 1994, and over the next three years he won 80 races in the World Karting Association and won three championships. In 1998 he moved to driving stock cars in the Allison Legacy Series, where he won five races that season.