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A Winning Partnership – Stewart-Haas Racing On The Team’s Switch To Ford For 2017

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After a longstanding association with U.S. manufacturer Chevrolet, Stewart-Haas Racing would announce a brand new relationship for 2017, with a move to the Detroit-based Ford Motor Company. Spearheaded by the team’s Performance Director Dave Pericak alongside Doug Yates of Roush Yates Engines, the new partnership got off to a flying start, with victory for Kurt Busch at the 2017 Daytona 500… And SHR have since enjoyed further success with Kevin Harvick at Sonoma, giving the likes of Greg Zipadelli, Tony Stewart, Harvick, Busch, Yates & Pericak plenty of reason for optimism.

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