Obaika Racing Back In 2019, Tanner Berryhill To Be Full Time Driver

Obaika Racing announced this past week that Tanner Berryhill will be the full-time driver of the No. 97 Toyota Camry for the 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series (MENCS) season. Berryhill made the announcement live on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio (Channel 90) on “Late Shift” with hosts Brad Gillie and Brad Daugherty. Obaika Racing and Berryhill will kick off the 2019 season by making their first attempt at the iconic Daytona 500 on Feb. 17 at Daytona International Speedway.

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McMurray Headed To Advisory Role With CGR, Why Ganassi Values That Role For His Organizations

With the news confirmed on Tuesday that Kurt Busch will be replacing Jamie McMurray with the Chip Ganassi Racing organization in terms of the No. 1 Chevrolet, that seals McMurray’s fate in terms of behind the wheel activity with the team. That’s not a surprise though. This was long rumored and one that McMurray has an offer to race the Clash and the Daytona 500 in February. After that, his new role that was offered to stay with the team was an advisory role. 

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Busch Says Why He Left 4 Car Team For 2 Car Team As Ganassi Says “All That Stuff Is Available” For Busch With IMSA, Indy 500 Opportunities

The long kept secret that Kurt Busch would leave Stewart-Haas Racing for Chip Ganassi Racing for the 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season was since confirmed on Tuesday as Busch also brings with him his Monster sponsorship. But, some also wondered why Busch would leave a dominant four car team that put all four drivers into the Round of 8 of this past year’s playoffs for a team that has struggled in recent years.

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Blake Koch To Join JD Motorsports In 2019

With Ross Chastain moving onto Chip Ganassi Racing and Blake Koch needing a ride, the two teamed up for the 2019 NASCAR XFINITY Series season. Koch, officially signed to drive the No. 4 Chevrolet at JD Motorsports with Gary Keller and help from his company, FilterTime. “It’s hard for me to explain how excited I am to race again and to do it for JD Motorsports. I have seen the progress of this team and have raced against them for many years. Coming off their best season with Ross (Chastain)…

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Kurt Busch Brings Monster Sponsorship To Chip Ganassi Racing, Possibly Ending His Career In 20th Year

Kurt Busch had hoped to announce his new move last week, but waiting a few days didn’t hurt. On Sunday night, the 2004 Cup Series champion announced that after five seasons with Stewart-Haas Racing, that he’d depart for a new endeavor. On Tuesday, Busch’s destination is known. 

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McLaren To Use Chevrolet Power For 103rd Running Of Indianapolis 500 With Alonso

INDIANAPOLIS – In the not so shocking news of the day, McLaren announced on Tuesday morning that they will use Chevrolet power for the 103rd Running of the Indianapolis 500. It will be the first time in 47 years that the two sides have partnered. This has been long rumored and the big reason to why McLaren is doing this venture on their own. See, when they came over with Fernando Alonso in 2017, they partnered with Andretti Autosport. While they would have liked to have done so again, the bridge…

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Now That Busch’s Move Is Confirmed, What’s Left In NASCAR Silly Season?

The long awaited rumor that Kurt Busch would be leaving Stewart Haas Racing was confirmed on Sunday night. That was the next domino to fall in the NASCAR Silly Season sweepstakes. But, with this move now confirmed, what’s left? Really, not much. It’s also widely speculated that Jamie McMurray’s time with Chip Ganassi Racing is done too. Busch, 40, is supposed to be the replacement. McMurray, has been offered a Daytona 500 only seat and an advisory role after. 

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Kurt Busch Officially Moving On From Stewart Haas Racing

The long rumored move that Kurt Busch would leave Stewart Haas Racing following the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season was confirmed on Sunday night. Busch, confirmed the move on his social media accounts. Busch, 40, said that he would like to thank SHR for five fantastic years driving the No. 41 and that it wasn’t in the cards for him to stay with the organization. It’s long been rumored that Busch will replace Jamie McMurray with Chip Ganassi Racing in 2019 but that move has yet to be…

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2019 XFINITY Series Drivers List Is Strong, Maybe Best Ever For The Series

With Justin Haley’s recent addition to the 2019 NASCAR XFINITY Series drivers lineup, there’s no shortage of talent in the series for next season. In fact, the 2019 year may be one of the best battles to watch in the world. We know the IndyCar Series always produces some strong racing from start to finish, but the XFINITY Series may be there now too. 

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A 2nd Indiana Native Gets XFINITY Series Ride As Justin Haley To Drive No. 11 Chevrolet For Kaulig Racing In 2019

A second Indiana native will go for the 2019 NASCAR XFINITY Series championship. Last week, it was announced that Chase Briscoe will contest the full season in the newly added second car with Stewart-Haas/Biagi Racing organization. Briscoe, is a Ford developmental driver from Mitchell, Indiana and raced for Brad Keselowski’s Truck Series organization in 2017 before jumping into a part time role with Roush Fenway Racing in the series in 2018. Now, another Indiana native is getting a shot at the 2019 XFINITY Series championship. Haley, 19, a Winamac native,…

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