JTG Daugherty Racing

History

JTG Racing was moved up to the NASCAR Cup Series in 2007 partnering with Wood Brothers Racing to field the #47 Ford. In 2008, former NBA player Brad Daugherty bought into the team, and they changed their name to JTG Daugherty Racing. In 2009 the team went from a partial-schedule, to a full-time schedule in the Cup Series. By 2017 the team expanded to a two-car operation adding the #37 entry.

News

10/16/2019JTG Daugherty Racing announces it has signed driver Ricky Stenhouse Jr to a multi-year deal to drive the #37 Chevrolet starting with the 2020 NASCAR Cup Series season (Press Release)

10/11/2019 – Eddie Pardue has been named crew chief for Ryan Preece and the #47 JTG Daugherty Racing Chevrolet effective immediately. Previous crew chief Tristan Smith has been moved to engineer, the role previously held by Pardue. (Press Release)

06/11/2019 – NASCAR has fined Trent Owens, crew chief for Chris Buescher and the #37 JTG-Daugherty Racing Chevrolet, for $10,000 for a lug nut not properly installed following the race at Michigan (Press Release)

06/01/2019 – NASCAR has ejected Doug Powers, car chief for Chris Buescher and the #37 JTG-Daugherty Racing Chevrolet, after the car failed pre-qualifying inspection twice at Pocono (Press Release)

03/25/2019 – Crew chief Tristan Smith is fined $10,000 for one lug nut not safe and secure in post-race inspection. Smith is crew chief for Ryan Preece and the #47 JTG Daugherty Racing Chevrolet. (Press Release)

02/28/2019 – Natural Light Naturdays to sponsor Chris Buescher and the #37 JTG Daugherty Racing Chevrolet at Las Vegas (Press Release)

09/28/2018Ryan Preece has been named driver of the #47 JTG Daugherty Racing Chevrolet starting in 2019. (Press Release)

09/25/2018JTG Daugherty Racing announces driver AJ Allmendinger will not return to the team in 2019

JTG Daugherty Racing Current Season Stats

PlayerStartsPolesWinsTop5sTop10sLaps CompTimes LedLaps LedRaces LedDNFDNQWD
usaChris Buescher35000497724134400
usaRyan Preece3500139667111600

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