#95 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Team News and Links

Kasey Kahne Foundation
Kasey Kahne Foundation

Leavine Family Racing
Kasey Kahne
Kasey Kahne Foundation
Kasey Kahne Store

Procore (6 races)
WRL General Contractors

K2 Coolers
TWD Drywall
Jordan Truck Sales
SEM Products
JPO Absorbents

Leavine Family Racing - Twitter
Leavine Family Racing - Facebook
Leavine Family Racing - Instagram
Kasey Kahne - Twitter
Kasey Kahne - Facebook
Kasey Kahne - Instagram

Kasey Kahne - ESPN
Kasey Kahne - RacingReference.info

2018 #95 Paint Schemes
2017 #95 Paint Schemes
2017 #5 Paint Scheme page
2016 #95 Paint Schemes
Paint Scheme Gallery
Driver Appearances
Team Address/Contact

Races that Precore is scheduled to be the primary sponsor
Daytona, Clash - 2/11
Daytona - 2/18
Atlanta - 2/25, w/Habitat for Humanity
Texas - 4/8
Pocono - 6/3
Sonoma - 6/24
Charlotte - 9/30
Talladega - 10/14

Races that WRL is scheduled to be/was the primary sponsor
Las Vegas - 3/4
Phoenix - 3/11
Auto Club - 3/18
Martinsville - 3/25

Contract Status: Driver: 2018+; Primary Sponsors: Precore 2019;

#95 Team / Driver News

Habitat for Humanity featured on the #95 at Atlanta: Leavine Family Racing (LFR) and Kasey Kahne will sport a special Procore Technologies paint scheme at Atlanta Motor Speedway in conjunction with Habitat for Humanity. Habitat for Humanity, a non-profit organization dedicated to building affordable housing, has partnered with Procore Technologies for the Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 and will be LFR's charity of choice throughout the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series (MENCS) season.[More](2-21-2018)

Kasey Kahne, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. on outside looking in at Chili Bowl: Kasey Kahne, competing in only his second Chili Bowl Midget Nationals event in the last eight years, couldn't match the drivers who regularly compete in those cars and will have to race his way into the main event Saturday night at the Tulsa Expo Center. Justin Grant, who finished third in the Chili Bowl last year, won the main qualifying race Friday night, followed by the 2017 U.S. Auto Club Midget national champion Spencer Bayston.[More](1-13-2018)

Kahne expects to run more sprint car races: After a missing last year's Chili Bowl Nationals, Kasey Kahne is thrilled to be heading to Tulsa again. He will pilot the #67 Take 5 Oil Change midget prepared by his cousin, Willie Kahne, in the first of many open-wheel opportunities for the driver and World of Outlaws team owner in 2018. When the NASCAR season starts in five weeks, Kahne will make his debut in the #95 Leavine Family Racing Chevrolet. But his schedule will also include 20 to 30 WoO races alongside his drivers, Daryn Pittman and Brad Sweet.[More](1-8-2018)

Leavine Family Racing debuts 2018 paint scheme: Tuesday morning at the NASCAR Hall of Fame, Leavine Family Racing unveiled the #95 Procore Chevy that will be driven by Kasey Kahne next season. Procore will sponsor the team for multiple races in 2018 & 2019.[More](12-19-2017)

2018 Crew Chief named for Kasey Kahne Leavine Family Racing (LFR) has announced that Travis Mack will assume Crew Chief duties for the #95 with driver Kasey Kahne in the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series (MENCS) season. Mack, who is the car chief for Dale Earnhardt Jr. and the #88 Hendrick Motorsports team, has worked as a car chief since 2013 and served as interim Crew Chief for the #88 team for one race at Richmond Raceway in 2017. Mack, 34, will remain as the car chief for the #88 for the remainder of the 2017 MENCS season, and will join LFR prior to the start of next season.(Leavine Family Racing)[Read More Here](10-24-2017)

The Mentholatum Company joins Leavine Family Racing: Leavine Family Racing (LFR) has partnered with Rohto Jolt cooling eye drops for a multi-race deal through the remainder of the 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series (MENCS) season. Rohto Jolt provides immediate relief from dry and tired eyes. This is the newest eye drop from the Rohto family of products which are currently the #1 Global OTC Eye Care Brand.[More](10-17-2017)

Todd Parrott out at Leavine Family Racing: Jon Leonard will take over as interim crew chief for Michael McDowell and the #95 team.[More](10-16-2017)

Kahne to drive for Leavine Family Racing in 2018: Leavine Family Racing (LFR) has announced that Kasey Kahne will pilot the #95 Chevrolet Camaro for the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series (MENCS) season. Kahne, who has driven for Hendrick Motorsports since 2012, has signed on to be LFR's primary driver for the 2018 season.[More](9-19-2017)

Leavine Family Racing announces Procore as a multi-race sponsor Leavine Family Racing (LFR) is announcing a partnership with Procore Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of cloud-based applications for construction. Procore connects people, applications, and devices through the unified Procore Construction OS platform. Procore and LFR have agreed to a multi-race deal beginning at New Hampshire Motor Speedway and continuing through the remainder of the 2017 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series (MENCS) season for the #95 Chevy Michael McDowell drives.(Leavine Family Racing)[Read More Here](9-19-2017)

Leavine Family Racing considering a 2nd team; has talked to Kahne & Busch hearing Kasey Kahne could be heading #95 LFR w/alliance from Hendrick Motorsports. Current #95 driver, Michael McDowell could move to Front Row Motorsports in the #34 or their third team, since FRM holds three Charters #34, #38 and one that is being leased (Jayski)(8-28-2017)
UPDATES: As he heads into Sunday's opening race of the 10-race playoffs, he's also trying to put together a plan for 2018. Kahne is apparently close to signing a deal with Leavine Family Racing to drive the #95 next season.(Associated Press)
AND Leavine Family Racing owner Bob Leavine said his team has talked to drivers, including Kasey Kahne, about driving the #95 NASCAR Cup car next year.(ESPN)
AND Leavine Family Racing owner Bob Leavine said Friday his organization is "50-50" on whether it will expand to a two-car team in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series next season. Leavine said has spoken with several drivers regarding next season, including Kasey Kahne, Kurt Busch and [current driver Michael] McDowell.(Motorsport)[Read More Here](9-16-2017)

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