Spire Motorsports will field the #40 for Jamie McMurray at the Daytona 500.
2019 NASCAR Silly Season
Joey Gase and Ryan Truex will compete in February’s Daytona 500, the former also receiving a full-time Xfinity ride.
Reigning Truck Series champion Brett Moffitt has finally landed on his feet at GMS Racing.
Months after coming up short in the 2018 Truck title battle, Johnny Sauter and GMS Racing have gone their separate ways.
Daniel Suárez has joined Stewart-Haas Racing’s #41 Ford for the 2019 Cup season.
After sponsor DC Solar was raided by the FBI, Chip Ganassi Racing has decided to close its #42 Xfinity team, leaving Ross Chastain’s future in the series uncertain.
For the first time in over two decades, Roush Fenway Racing will not field an Xfinity Series team.
Rick Ware Racing will field two Cup cars in 2019, along with an Xfinity Series team.
Corey LaJoie will drive Go Fas Racing’s #32 in 2019, replacing Matt DiBenedetto.
With the acquisition of a charter and locking up Landon Cassill for a full schedule, StarCom Racing are ready for the upcoming season.
Despite enjoying a Truck Series championship together in November, Brett Moffitt has lost his ride with Hattori Racing Enterprises.
The charter of the defunct Furniture Row Racing has reportedly been purchased by agency Spire Sports + Entertainment, who will field the #77 Chevrolet in 2019.
Shortly after announcing his departure from Stewart-Haas Racing, Kurt Busch and Monster Energy have found a new home at Chip Ganassi Racing.
Tanner Berryhill will compete for 2019 NASCAR Cup Series Rookie of the Year alongside Obaika Racing.
Kurt Busch will not return to Stewart-Haas Racing for the 2019 season.