JTG DAUGHERTY RACING ANNOUNCES 2020 DRIVER, CREW CHIEF LINEUP

Ricky Stenhouse Jr. to pilot the No. 47 Chevrolet, Ryan Preece driving the No. 37 Chevrolet HARRISBURG, N.C. (December 2, 2019) – JTG Daugherty Racing announced today the official driver, car number and crew chief lineup for the 2020 NASCAR Cup Series season. Ricky Stenhouse Jr. will take over the No. 47 Chevrolet, adding crew chief Brian Pattie to the organization. Ryan Preece will be at the helm of the No. 37 Chevrolet with crew chief Trent Owens. Pattie joins JTG Daugherty Racing from Roush Fenway Racing where he was the crew chief with Ricky Stenhouse Jr. the past three seasons. A crew chief in the NASCAR Cup Series for 16 years, he has six wins with three drivers, two of which were with Stenhouse Jr. “We’re really looking forward to welcoming Brian Pattie to JTG Daugherty Racing,” team owner Tad Geschickter said. “With Brian’s veteran experience and knowledge at NASCAR’s premier level, we know he is going to be a great asset to the organization and work well with Ricky Stenhouse Jr.” “I’m very grateful to have Brian join me at JTG Daugherty Racing next season,” Stenhouse Jr. said. “Working together the past several seasons, our relationship away from [...]

JTG DAUGHERTY RACING ANNOUNCES 2020 DRIVER, CREW CHIEF LINEUP2019-12-02T14:36:57-06:00

RYAN PREECE TO HONOR MODIFIED RACING LEGEND

RYAN PREECE TO HONOR MODIFIED RACING LEGEND, TALLADEGA SUPERSPEEDWAY CUP SERIES WINNER RON BOUCHARD AT DARLINGTON RACEWAY No. 47 Kroger Camaro ZL1 team pays homage to 1984 No. 47 car HARRISBURG, N.C. (AUGUST 16, 2019) – For Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Rookie of the Year contender Ryan Preece, his first Darlington Raceway throwback weekend means more than a new paint scheme. Preece and the No. 47 Kroger team will tribute Ron Bouchard, who not only raced the No. 47 in the NASCAR Cup Series from 1981-1987, but also raced for Bob Judkins, Preece’s grandfather who passed in October 2018. The No. 47 Kroger Camaro ZL1 resembles the No. 47 Majik Market/Hawaiian Punch car, driven by Bouchard at Daytona International Speedway and Talladega Superspeedway in 1984. Preece and Bouchard both began their racing careers at their roots in the Northeast, racing short tracks locally in the Modified Series. Bouchard, a native of Fitchburg, Massachusetts, won track championships at Stafford Motor Speedway, Thompson Speedway and Seekonk Speedway racing for Judkins before moving up to what was then known as NASCAR’s Grand National Division in 1981. “This paint scheme means more to me than just running a throwback,” Preece said. “We lost [...]

RYAN PREECE TO HONOR MODIFIED RACING LEGEND2019-08-19T09:06:59-05:00

JTG DAUGHERTY RACING TEAMS TO HONOR FALLEN SERVICE MEMBERS

JTG DAUGHERTY RACING TEAMS TO HONOR FALLEN SERVICE MEMBERS DURING 600 MILES OF REMEMBRANCE AT CHARLOTTE MOTOR SPEEDWAY Fallen Service members served with lead engineer on No. 37 team HARRISBURG, N.C. (MAY 21, 2019) – JTG Daugherty Racing will honor two fallen service members on the windshields of Ryan Preece and Chris Buescher’s Camaro ZL1s during the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway on May 26. Both fallen soldiers served in the US Army National Guard with the lead engineer on the No, 37 team, Brian Burns. Burns served from 1993 to 2001 before pursuing a career in motorsports. SPC William Jeffries graduated from Evansville (Ind.) Reitz High School in 1982 and spent a decade with the Air Force before joining the Indiana National Guard. He originally enlisted in The United States Air Force in 1987 serving as a Security Policeman and served there for 10 years. He then enlisted in The Army National Guard. He was deployed to Kuwait and served in Operation Iraqi Freedom until his death on March 31st, 2003. He was assigned to D Company, 1st Battalion, 152nd Infantry Regiment, Indiana Army National Guard. SPC Jeffries will be on the windshield of Preece’s Kroger Camaro ZL1. [...]

JTG DAUGHERTY RACING TEAMS TO HONOR FALLEN SERVICE MEMBERS2019-06-03T08:41:41-05:00