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In 2018, Jimmie Johnson failed to win a race for the first time in his career as a fulltime driver – a streak of 16 years.
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When Mike Wallace developed a heart issue that resulted in triple bypass surgery in April 2015, it left the veteran NASCAR driver with unfinished business in his racing career.

Nearly four years later and fully healthy, he hopes to finish some of that business. Rick Ware Racing has two NASCAR Cup charters for 2019, which means both the No. 51 and No. 52 must run every race. Ware has offered one of those rides to Wallace, but the latter has to attract more sponsorship. For now, Wallace said he and Ware have enough sponsor dollars to field the No. 52 for Atlanta, California and Las Vegas for starters.
Jan 17 - 2:15 PM

In 1988, a 19-year driver from Shelby Township, Michigan made his series debut driving a Chrysler, of all things, at the tight quarter-mile Rockford Speedway. Some 30 years later, that bushy-haired young man is still at it in the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards.

With 328 starts under his belt, the majority of them have come in self-owned cars, and the majority of those have been with the No. 26 emblazoned on the side. Smith has three consecutive top ten finishes in the series final championship standings, a testament to his will and determination.
Jan 16 - 2:55 PM

Codie Rohrbaugh is anxiously awaiting the start of the 2019 ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards season opener at Daytona International Speedway.

Rohrbaugh, a 25 year-old from Petersburg, West Virginia, hopes to rebound after an early-race crash eliminated him from last year's Lucas Oil 200 driven by General Tire. A productive two-day test at Daytona saw Rohrbaugh and work on two different No. 7 Grant County Mulch Chevrolets. He ended up 15th on the speed charts with a best lap of 181.734 miles per hour in the draft. Rohrbaugh's best finish at Daytona came in his first start in 2017 when he was 14th at the end.
Jan 16 - 2:48 PM

Ryan Truex will pilot the No. 71 Tommy Baldwin Racing Chevrolet for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season opener, Daytona 500, at Daytona International Speedway.

This will mark Truex's second attempt at qualifying for The Daytona 500. "I'm excited to have Ryan back in a Tommy Baldwin Racing car," team owner Tommy Baldwin said. "We had success at Daytona in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, in the past. I've known the Truex family a very long time, and it's special that we'll be able to compete in The Daytona 500 together, and hopefully more races as the year goes on. We are still in search of a primary sponsor that we're hoping to put together in time to give TBR a great run this year!"-TBR
Jan 16 - 2:36 PM

MBM Motorsports is proud to announce they have signed Iowa native Joey Gase to pilot the No. 35 entry for the full 2019 NASCAR XFINITY Series season PLUS pilot the No. 66 car in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series part time starting with the Daytona 500.

You will see the Eternal Fan logo and colors frequently on Gase’s No. 66 and No. 35 throughout the season. Eternal Fan™ was created to provide a better way for fans to celebrate the passion that they have for sports and the places where they experienced positive shared memories.-MBM Motorsports
Jan 16 - 2:09 PM

Seth Barbour returns as crew chief of the No. 38 Front Row Motorsports team with driver David Ragan in the 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series campaign.

Barbour will begin his second full season with FRM in 2019. After joining the team as crew chief in mid-2017, he headed Ragan’s team throughout 2018, leading the No. 38 to its best points finish in team history (25th). A team engineer for Roush Fenway for eight years, Barbour was a member of the 2011 and 2012 Stenhouse championship teams.-FRM
Jan 16 - 11:04 AM

Mike Kelley will head up the crew chief effort for the new Front Row Motorsports No. 36 team with rookie driver Matt Tifft in the 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series campaign.

Kelley joins the No. 36 team from Roush Fenway where he served as crew chief of the No. 60 NASCAR XFINITY Series entry in 2018. The NASCAR veteran is a two-time XFINITY series champion, leading Ricky Stenhouse Jr. to titles in 2011 and 2012 as well as the Rookie of the Year title in 2010.-FRM
Jan 16 - 11:00 AM

Drew Blickensderfer will lead the No. 34 team as crew chief for driver Michael McDowell in the 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series campaign.

Blickensderfer joins the No. 34 team from Richard Petty Motorsports where he had served as a crew chief since 2012. He has three Cup Series wins, including one with David Ragan at Roush Fenway Racing in 2011.-Front Row Motorsports
Jan 16 - 10:52 AM
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