David Ragan returns to Front Row Motorsports (FRM) for this year’s Daytona 500 and in seven previous starts with them from 2012 through 2015 he never cracked the top 15 on this track.
David Ragan’s best current, three-year average finish was recorded at Martinsville Speedway, where he has a 21.0 in six starts.
Front Row Motorsports will have two familiar faces behind the wheels of its racecars in 2017.
"BK Racing is in the process of trying to restructure the company," owner Ron Devine told Motorsport.com. "Our finishes of 33rd and 35th in the standings, did not achieve our goals.
David Ragan came close on two occasions, but he failed to finish in the top 15 a single time in 2016.
David Ragan has scored four consecutive top-25 finishes at Phoenix International Raceway.
David Ragan was notably quick in regard to 10-lap averages in Friday’s practice session for the Goody's Fast Relief 500 at Martinsville Speedway.
David Ragan has earned three results in the low-20s in five short track races this year with a 21st at Martinsville Speedway and Bristol Motor Speedway as his high water marks.
David Ragan has earned six top-20s in 15 Kansas starts, one of which came with a moderately-funded team.
David Ragan crashed and failed to finish in a pre-rookie warm-up at Dover International Speedway, but he has been running at the end of all 19 races he attempted since then.
David Ragan has many unknowns this week at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Last year he competed in the No. 55 Michael Waltrip Racing in both events, but was not able to showcase his talent in September after a crash. This summer, he was only 30th with his current team.
David Ragan qualified 21st for the Federated Auto Parts 400 at Richmond International Raceway. He is battling Chris Buescher for 30th in the standings and if he can finish as far ahead of his rival as he starts, he will deny the surprising rookie a Chase berth. Buescher will start in 31st
David Ragan has not scored a top-25 at Darlington Raceway since leaving Roush-Fenway Racing at the end of 2012. He was 28th with Front Row Motorsports the following season and has continued to slide backward.
Jeffrey Earnhardt will climb into the No. 32 GO FAS Racing Ford this week and face his toughest challenge in a brief career. His 15th Cup start will come at Darlington Raceway.