2019 Motorsports/NASCAR


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Oh, and BTW, Fernando Alonso is driving for the Konica Minolta Cadillac #10 team. :cool:


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Wackbag Staff
Here's the current list of full time cup rides so far:
00 Landon Cassill - StarCom
1 Kurt Busch - Chip Ganassi Racing
2 Brad Keselowski Team Penske
3 Austin Dillon Richard Childress Racing
4 Kevin Harvick - Stewart-Haas Racing
6 Ryan Newman - Roush Fenway Racing
8* Daniel Hemric - Richard Childress Racing
9 Chase Elliott - Hendrick Motorsports
10 Aric Almirola - Stewart-Haas Racing
11 Denny Hamlin - Joe Gibbs Racing
12 Ryan Blaney - Team Penske
13 Ty Dillon - Germain Racing
14 Clint Bowyer Stewart - Haas Racing
17 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. - Roush Fenway Racing
18 Kyle Busch - Joe Gibbs Racing
19 Martin Truex Jr. - Joe Gibbs Racing
20 Erik Jones - Joe Gibbs Racing
21 Paul Menard - Wood Brothers Racing
22 Joey Logano - Team Penske
24 William Byron - Hendrick Motorsports
32 Corey LaJoie - Go Fas Racing
34 Michael McDowell - Front Row Motorsports
36 Matt Tifft - Front Row Motorsports
37 Chris Buescher - JTG Daugherty Racing
38 David Ragan - Front Row Motorsports
41 Daniel Suarez - Stewart-Haas Racing
42 Kyle Larson Chip - Ganassi Racing
43 Bubba Wallace - Richard Petty Motorsports
47 Ryan Preece - JTG Daugherty Racing
48 Jimmie Johnson - Hendrick Motorsports
88 Alex Bowman - Hendrick Motorsports
95 Matt DiBenedetto - Leavine Family Racing
97 Tanner Berryhill - Obaika Racing


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Wackbag Staff
Not a Fan of Gibbs Racing but 49 is too young to go.

J.D. Gibbs, co-founder of Joe Gibbs Racing, dies at 49

J.D. Gibbs, who followed his famous father’s path from football to stock-car racing, died Friday evening. He was 49.
Gibbs’ passing was announced by Joe Gibbs Racing, the family’s racing team, citing “complications following a long battle with a degenerative neurological disease.” Gibbs had undergone treatment for symptoms impacting areas of brain function in recent years.
Gibbs served as president and later co-chairman of Joe Gibbs Racing. Before joining the organization’s senior management, Gibbs was an over-the-wall crewmember and a part-time driver, making 13 NASCAR national series starts from 1998-2002.