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2019 sponsor schedule:
1) Daytona: Select Blinds
2) Atlanta: FireAide
3) Las Vegas: Citgard
4) ISM Raceway: Select Blinds
5) Auto Club: MDS
6) Martinsville: MDS
7) Texas: MDS
8) Bristol: MDS
9) Richmond: MDS
10) Talladega: Shriner’s Hospital for Children
11) Dover: MDS
12) Kansas: Mystick Lubricants
Charlotte (All-Star): MDS Transport
13) Charlotte: Select Blinds
14) Pocono: Exploira Results
15) Michigan: Citgard
16) Sonoma:
17) Chicagoland:
18) Daytona:
19) Kentucky:
20) New Hampshire: Compressor World
21) Pocono:
22) Watkins Glen:
23) Michigan:
24) Bristol:
25) Darlington:
26) Indianapolis:
27) Las Vegas: Select Blinds
28) Richmond:
29) Charlotte: Citgard
30) Dover:
31) Talladega:
32) Kansas:
33) Martinsville:
34) Texas:
35) ISM Raceway:
36) Homestead-Miami:

Contract Status: Driver: 2018; Primary Sponsors: 201?

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David Ragan’s Shriners Hospitals for Children raises $300,000: David Ragan was all smiles Thursday night at the world renowned car auction house, Barrett-Jackson in Scottsdale, Ariz. Ragan joined patients from the Shiners Hospitals for Children on stage to watch the hammer drop after a final bid of $300,000 to purchase a 2018 No. 38 Shriners Hospitals for Children Ford Fusion Cup car. All of the proceeds of the bid will benefit the Shriners Hospitals.[More](1-18-2019)

Crew chief lineup set at Front Row Motorsports UPDATE: According to sources, veteran leaders Drew Blickensderfer and Mike Kelley will join Seth Barbour in overseeing FRM’s three Monster Energy Cup Series squads. Blickensderfer will oversee the No. 34 Ford and driver Michael McDowell. Most recently, Blickensderfer was crew chief of the No. 43 Richard Petty Motorsports team and driver Bubba Wallace.(1-13-2019)
UPDATE: Two veteran crew chiefs will join the growing Front Row Motorsports team for the 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series campaign. Drew Blickensderfer will lead the No. 34 team with driver Michael McDowell, and Mike Kelley will head up the efforts of the new No. 36 team with rookie driver Matt Tifft. Seth Barbour returns as crew chief of the No. 38 team with driver David Ragan.[More](1-16-2019)

Front Row Motorsports moves to a new shop: Front Row Motorsports has relocated its race shop to Mooresville, North Carolina, NBC Sports has confirmed. The team moved 18 miles south from Statesville, North Carolina, to a shop at 114 Meadow Hill Circle, which had been the home of MDM Motorsports.[More](1-6-2019)

Barrett-Jackson to auction authentic David Ragan No. 38 Ford: David Ragan announced today he will auction a 2018 race-used No. 38 Shriners Hospitals for Children Ford Fusion NASCAR racecar to benefit the children’s hospitals. World renowned car auction house, Barrett-Jackson, will auction the ready-to-race car on Thursday, January 17, 2019 at WestWorld of Scottsdale in Arizona, with 100 percent of the hammer price benefiting the Shriners Hospitals.[More](12-12-2018)

Matt Tifft joins Front Row Motorsports: Bob Jenkins will expand his Front Row Motorsports team in 2019, signing Matt Tifft to drive a third Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series entry, the No. 36 Ford Mustang. Veterans Michael McDowell and David Ragan will return to drive the Nos. 34 and 38 Ford Mustangs and mentor the 22-year-old Tifft in his Cup series rookie season. Tifft finished sixth in the NASCAR XFINITY Series championship this season, earning six top-five and 19 top-10 finishes in his 2018 campaign with Richard Childress Racing, making it to the Round of 8 in the series playoffs. In four XFINITY series seasons, the young driver has nine top-five and 38 top-10 finishes, and two poles.[More](11-27-2018)

EarthWater Racing partners with Ragan for Texas race:The No. 38 EarthWater Ford Fusion will mark the first partnership between the Addison, Texas-based company and Front Row Motorsports.[More](10-31-2018)

Ragan intends to stay at Front Row: David Ragan would like to return to the driver’s seat of the No. 34 Ford for Front Row Motorsports next season. “I still love racing and have intentions on being back at Front Row Motorsports next year,” Ragan said. [More](10-26-2018)

‘Fusion,’ powered by GD2 Global, joins Ragan at Darlington: Front Row Motorsports and David Ragan will have a new partner joining them for the Bojangles’ Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway. ‘Fusion,’ powered by GD2 Global, will be an associate sponsor on board Ragan’s Dale Jarrett-inspired No. 38 CITGARD 700 Ford. GD2 provides innovative technology services and solutions to support event planning and operational delivery at premier sporting events all around the world. [More](8-24-2018)

Front Row Motorsports among bidders for BK Racing: Two more groups have since submitted bids [for BK Racing], which much be approved by NASCAR. According to [Mike Beam of GMS Racing], those groups are Front Row Motorsports and one headed up by former BK Racing owner Ron Devine.[More](8-15-2018)

Trident Seafoods partners with Ragan for two races: Front Row Motorsports will introduce another new partner to the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, announcing Trident Seafoods as the primary sponsor of David Ragan’s No. 38 Ford for upcoming races at Michigan International Speedway and ISM Raceway (Phoenix, Ariz.). The company’s Louis Kemp Crab Delights will be featured on the No. 38 for Sunday’s Consumers Energy 400 at the Brooklyn, Mich., track. The Nov. 11 Phoenix race will showcase Trident Seafoods’ brand and the Wild Alaska Pollock species.[More](8-7-2018)

Bad Boy Mowers sponsoring Ragan at Watkins Glen: Bad Boy Mowers will celebrate a manufacturing milestone by going racing once again with David Ragan. The zero-turn mower manufacturer will join the No. 38 Front Row Motorsports team Sunday at Watkins Glen (N.Y.) International after setting a new in-house production record for mowers manufactured.[More](7-31-2018)

A&W returns to the #38 at Pocono: “We’ll have A&W on our Ford Fusion at Pocono, promoting National Root Beer Float Day on August 6. If you go to an A&W on August 6, you can get a free root beer float and the chance to donate to Disabled American Veterans. It’s a great cause and a good opportunity to enjoy an American classic.”[More](7-25-2018)

Performance Plus joins Ragan at Loudon: It’s already under the hood of the No. 38 Ford. Now Performance Plus will be on the outside of David Ragan’s race car. In a new paint scheme for Ragan’s Ford Fusion, Performance Plus will be the team’s primary partner at New Hampshire Motor Speedway this weekend. Performance Plus is a premium brand of motor oils and lubricants known for high quality and high performance. Its products run in NASCAR stock cars every race, including Front Row Motorsports’ entries. A high-performing car is needed at the 1.058-mile low-banked oval in Loudon, N.H.[More](7-17-2018)

Shriners Hospitals for Children to support Ragan in Daytona: Shriners Hospitals for Children® will join David Ragan and Front Row Motorsports (FRM) this weekend at the Daytona International Speedway. Shriners Hospitals for Children will be the primary partner of Ragan and the No. 38 Ford Fusion team. To bring awareness and celebrate, Ragan will host six-year-old Theodore Koulouris, a patient of the Tampa Shriners Hospital, Saturday.[More](7-4-2018)

Connor Co. joins Ragan at Chicago: “We’ve got a new partner with our 38 team for the Chicago race weekend. Connor Co. is a distributor of heating, cooling, plumbing and industrial products — a family-owned business that has been around for over 80 years. And they’re headquartered nearby in Peoria, Illinois, so this will be a home race for them. They’ve got a big group coming out to the track for the race, and we’re excited to welcome them to the sport and the Front Row family.”[More](6-27-2018)

Shriners Hospitals for Children to sponsor David Ragan at Dover: Shriners Hospitals for Children® will join David Ragan and Front Row Motorsports (FRM) this weekend at the Dover International Speedway. Shriners Hospitals for Children will be the primary sponsor of Ragan and the No. 38 Ford Fusion team. This is the first of three primary races for the hospitals.[More](5-2-2018)

Bad Boy Mowers to race with Ragan at Talladega: Bad Boy Mowers will partner with David Ragan at one of NASCAR’s baddest tracks, joining the No. 38 team at Sunday’s Geico 500 at Talladega Superspeedway. The partnership will be the first for the zero-turn mower manufacturer and the 2013 Talladega race winner.[More](4-24-2018)

David Ragan to make 400th NASCAR Cup Series start: David Ragan’s 400th start in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series couldn’t come at a better place. The Unadilla, Ga., native will celebrate the career milestone on Feb. 25 at his home track of Atlanta Motor Speedway.[More](2-20-2018)

Speedco to race with David Ragan in Daytona 500: Another member of the Love’s Travel Stops family of companies will be racing for a win in this year’s Daytona 500. Speedco, a national network of service locations for the trucking industry, will join David Ragan’s No. 38 team for the 60th running of the Great American Race on Feb. 18 at Daytona International Speedway. The partnership gives Speedco’s parent company, Love’s Travel Stops, two opportunities to get into Victory Lane at the famed superspeedway. Love’s is the principal partner of Ragan’s teammate, Michael McDowell, and is the primary sponsor on McDowell’s No. 34 Ford for the Daytona 500.[More](2-5-2018) sponsoring Ragan for four races: Online lighting retailer will return to the No. 38 Ford Fusion in 2018, partnering with driver David Ragan for four Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series races. The Garland, Texas-based company agreed to the multi-race deal after Front Row Motorsports introduced it to the NASCAR landscape in November, when sponsored Ragan’s team at Phoenix International Raceway.[More](1-19-2018)

Shriners Hospitals for Children continues partnership with David Ragan: Shriners Hospitals for Children® will once again sponsor David Ragan and Front Row Motorsports’ (FRM) #38 Ford Fusion in 2018. Shriners Hospitals for Children will be the primary sponsor of Ragan during three Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series races: Dover International Speedway on May 6, Daytona International Speedway on July 7 and Bristol Motor Speedway on August 18.[More](1-18-2018)