Front Row Motorsports started in 2004 as Means-Jenkins Motorsports, a partnership between Bob Jenkins and Jimmy Means. After that season, the partners went their separate ways and Jenkins re-named the team Front Row Motorsports.
12/12/2019 – Front Row Motorsports announces that Michael McDowell will return as driver of the #34 Ford and that they have add John Hunter Nemechek as driver of the #38 Ford for the 2020 NASCAR Cup Series season (Press Release)
11/13/2019 – Front Row Motorsports and driver Matt Tifft have mutually agreed to part ways. Tifft suffered a seizure during the Martinsville weekend and will focus on his health, which might take up to 6 months before he can be cleared to drive again. (Press Release)
10/29/2019 – Matt Tifft, driver of the #36 Front Row Motorsports Ford, confirms he suffered a seizure Saturday at the Martinsville Speedway and will not be cleared to drive the rest of the 2019 NASCAR Cup Series season (Twitter)
10/26/2019 – Front Row Motorsports driver Matt Tifft experienced a medial situation at Martinsville and was taken to a local hospital for observation. In his place Matt Crafton will drive the #36 Ford in the race on Sunday.Read More
06/25/2019 – Trident Seafoods will sponsor Matt Tifft and the #36 Front Row Motorsports Ford at Chicagoland, New Hampshire, Charlotte Roval, and Kansas with their Louis Kemp Crab Delights brand (Press Release)
03/25/2019 – Crew chief Mike Kelley is fined $10,000 for one lug nut not safe and secure in post-race inspection. Kelley is crew chief for Matt Tifft and the #36 Front Row Motorsports Ford. (Press Release)
01/16/2019 – Seth Barbour will return as crew chief for David Ragan and the #38 Front Row Motorosports Ford in 2019 (Press Release)