It's not easy being a crew chief for Ray Evernham, who's looking to reinvent the way his teams are structured.
Although they came up short of the win, both Ray Evernham drivers left the Brickyard knowing they got the most out of their cars.
Ray Evernham told his driver before Saturday's Cup race they'd walk outta there with heads up, no matter what.
It didn't take long for Dale Jarrett to go from Cup champ to chump. But his old crew chief's back, and hope is, too.
Kasey Kahne isn't Ray Evernham's only Cup driver making an impression early in the 2004 Cup season.
Bill Elliott might be cutting back in 2004, but fans and competitors will know that he's still around.
Jeremy Mayfield's not on the hot seat with Evernham. After another second-place finish, he's just hot.
Car owner Ray Evernham is sure his teams will get back on the right track. The question is: When?
Ray Evernham wants his cars to be running up front this season, writes Rupen Fofaria.
Things have been rough for Jeremy Mayfield this season, but he's much happier with Dodge.
The gamble Ray Evernham took when he moved from crew chief to owner is beginning to pay off.