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#19 Joe Gibbs Racing Team News

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Joe Gibbs Racing
Martin Truex Jr.
Martin Truex Jr. Foundation

Bass Pro Shops
Auto-Owners Insurance
Stanley Black & Decker
Stanley Racing
Interstate Batteries Racing

Sherwin Williams
J5 Tactical
Freightliner Trucks

Joe Gibbs Racing – Twitter
19_JGRracing – Twitter
Joe Gibbs Racing – Facebook
Martin Truex Jr. – Twitter
Martin Truex Jr. – Facebook
Martin Truex Jr. Foundation – Twitter
Martin Truex Jr. Foundation – YouTube
ARRISeverywhere – Twitter
ARRIS – YouTube
Stanley Racing – Twitter

Martin Truex Jr. –

2019 #19 Paint Scheme page
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2019 sponsor schedule:
1) Daytona: Bass Pro Shops/Tracker Boats
2) Atlanta: Bass Pro Shops/Tracker Boats
3) Las Vegas: Bass Pro Shops/Tracker Boats
4) ISM Raceway: Bass Pro Shops/Tracker Boats
5) Auto Club: Bass Pro Shops/Tracker Boats
6) Martinsville: SiriusXM
7) Texas: Bass Pro Shops/Tracker Boats
8) Bristol: Auto-Owners Insurance
9) Richmond: Auto-Owners Insurance
10) Talladega: Bass Pro Shops/Tracker Boats
11) Dover: SiriusXM
12) Kansas: Auto-Owners Insurance
Charlotte (All-Star): Bass Pro Shops/Tracker Boats
13) Charlotte: Bass Pro Shops/Tracker Boats
14) Pocono: Bass Pro Shops/Tracker Boats
15) Michigan: Auto-Owners Insurance
16) Sonoma: Bass Pro Shops/Tracker Boats
17) Chicagoland: Bass Pro Shops/Tracker Boats
18) Daytona: Bass Pro Shops/Tracker Boats
19) Kentucky: Auto-Owners Insurance
20) New Hampshire:
21) Pocono:
22) Watkins Glen: Bass Pro Shops/Tracker Boats
23) Michigan: Auto-Owners Insurance
24) Bristol: Bass Pro Shops/Tracker Boats
25) Darlington: Bass Pro Shops/Tracker Boats
26) Indianapolis: Auto-Owners Insurance
27) Las Vegas: Bass Pro Shops/Tracker Boats
28) Richmond: Bass Pro Shops/Tracker Boats
29) Charlotte: Bass Pro Shops/Tracker Boats
30) Dover: Bass Pro Shops/Tracker Boats
31) Talladega: Bass Pro Shops/Tracker Boats
32) Kansas: Bass Pro Shops/Tracker Boats
33) Martinsville: Auto-Owners Insurance
34) Texas: Bass Pro Shops/Tracker Boats
35) ISM Raceway:
36) Homestead-Miami: Bass Pro Shops/Tracker Boats

Contract Status: Driver: 2019+; Sponsors: Bass Pro: 2019+

#19 Team News

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Auto-Owners Insurance to continue sponsorship of Martin Truex, Jr.: Joe Gibbs Racing (JGR) announced today that Auto-Owners Insurance has signed a multi-year agreement to serve as a primary sponsor of Martin Truex Jr.’s No. 19 Toyota Camry in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.[More](1-82019)

Bass Pro Shops sponsoring Truex at Joe Gibbs Racing: Bass Pro Shops, North America’s premier outdoor and conservation company, today announced it will continue its long partnership with Martin Truex Jr., joining the 2017 NASCAR Cup Series champion in his transition to Joe Gibbs Racing in 2019. Bass Pro has signed a multi-year agreement to serve as the primary sponsor of Truex’s No. 19 Toyota Camry.[More](1-4-2019)

Daniel Suarez hopes to be in position to win races next year: Suarez said he and his team saw little progress from a rocky start in his rookie season and never developed the consistency needed to become a contender for wins. Suarez is confident his new Cup ride will provide more opportunities for success.[More](12-2-2018)

Martin Truex, Jr. and Cole Pearn to join Joe Gibbs Racing in 2019: Joe Gibbs Racing (JGR) announces today that 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series (MENCS) Champions driver Martin Truex, Jr. and crew chief Cole Pearn will join the organization’s No. 19 team in 2019.[More](11-7-2018)

Suarez says nothing finalized for 2019: Despite there being only three races left in the season and knowing that he is out of the No. 19 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota (JGR) when the checkered flag falls at Homestead-Miami Speedway, Daniel Suarez, confirmed he has yet to finalize plans for 2019 – meaning he doesn’t have a ride at the present time.[More](11-3-2018)

Rogers replaces Graves as #19 crew chief: Joe Gibbs Racing announced that crew chief Scott Graves is leaving the organization immediately. Dave Rogers, who has been serving as Technical Director for JGR Xfinity Series Operations, will assume the duties of crew chief for the #19 team for remainder of this season.[Joe Gibbs Racing](10-9-2018)

Richard Childress Racing and Stewart-Haas talking to Suarez: RCR could instead decide to move Daniel Hemric up from XFINITY, while SHR is believed to be able to put together a business-to-business deal for sponsorship.[More](9-24-2018)

ARRIS considering second sponsorship next season: In addition to honoring their contract with Joe Gibbs Racing, they would continue to support Daniel Suarez at some level.[More](9-19-2018)

Furniture Row to sell to GMS Racing? UPDATE: Furniture Row Racing is discussing a possible deal with NASCAR Xfinity/Truck series team GMS Racing that, if completed, would see FRR Owner Barney Visser sell FRR’s assets to GMS.(8-23-2018)
UPDATE: Furniture Row Racing met with team principals from GMS Racing on Tuesday in Denver, but neither party expects a deal between the two organizations to materialize. The defending Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship team’s intention is to remain on its current course.(8-24-2018)
UPDATE 2: With the GMS talks having apparently collapsed, sources said that another possible option for Truex that has now opened up is for him to go to Joe Gibbs Racing.[More](8-29-2018)

Joe Gibbs Racing renews with Toyota: Joe Gibbs Racing has signed an extension with Toyota Racing, an agreement confirmed by team owner Joe Gibbs on Saturday afternoon at Richmond Raceway.[More](4-22-2018)

Suarez injures thumb in Texas accident UPDATE: Daniel Suarez had his left thumb put in a splint following the NASCAR Cup Series race at Texas. He said in a video posted on Twitter he hurt the thumb in an accident on the second lap of the race. He continued to compete after the accident and finished 29th. He will visit a doctor Tuesday.[More](4-9-2018)
UPDATE: Suarez saw a doctor on Tuesday and was cleared to race.[More](4-10-2018)

Stanley makes its 2018 debut at Texas Sunday’s MENCS event in Texas marks the first of 12 races in which STANLEY will be featured as primary sponsor of Suárez’s #19 Toyota Camry. STANLEY, now in their fourth season as a primary sponsor at Joe Gibbs Racing, is synonymous with quality, reliability, innovation and value when it comes to providing the right tools for the job, whether that be a ‘do-it-yourself’ project or professional contractors on the jobsite. For the 12th consecutive year, STANLEY and the ACE Foundation are teaming up to donate $100,000 to Children’s Miracle Network hospitals. If Suárez races his No. 19 Toyota Camry to victory at Texas, the donation will increase to $1 million. To kickstart the program, Suárez will visit Cook Children’s Hospital in Fort Worth, Texas Thursday afternoon to unveil his Camry for the Texas race which was specially designed by Chip Foose and four patient champions. Foose and the patient champions will all be in attendance for Sunday’s race.(JGR)(4-4-2018)

PEAK sponsoring Suarez in 2018: Daniel Suarez, the 2016 NASCAR XFINITY Series champion, returns to Joe Gibbs Racing for his sophomore season in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series and he’s bringing a familiar sponsor with him. PEAK, a family-owned business that has been developing high-quality automotive products for four decades, will be the primary sponsor of Suarez’s #19 Toyota Camry for one race in July at Chicagoland Speedway.[More](1-2-2018)