For Jeffrey Earnhardt, a promising 2019 season quickly turned into a frustrating one. His stay with Joe Gibbs Racing was a short one, complicated by sponsor issues that eventually forced him out of his part-time role with in the No. 18 Toyota Camry. It was his first shot in top equipment, and Earnhardt didn’t disappoint. […]
After winning his first NASCAR Xfinity race, landing a top flight ride, then promptly losing it — Ross Chastain is back where he started. JD Motorsports announced that Chastain would return to his traditional No. 4 entry in 2019, running 30 races for the team. Additionally, Chastain will attempt three races for Kaulig Racing in […]
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