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JTG Daugherty Racing
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#37 Team / Driver News

Chris Buescher running Hendrick engine at Texas: JTG Daugherty Racing will also swap crew chiefs back to their original teams next season.[More](11-3-2018)

Buescher returning to JTG: JTG Daugherty Racing owner Tad Geschickter confirmed Friday that Chris Buescher would return to the team next season. Buescher signed what was termed as a "multi-year" deal last season, but there had been some speculation that he might not be back in the #37 Chevy in 2019.(9-29-2018)

Natty Light unveils Chris Buescher's Las Vegas resume paint scheme: Natural Light is at it again helping recent grads as they enter the real world. Natty Light unveiled today the NASCAR resume paint scheme - yes, an actual person's job resume - and wrapped it around Chris Buescher's #37 car for the South Point 400 race in Vegas on Sunday.[More](9-10-2018)

Bush's Beans extends sponsorship of JTG Daugherty Racing: As one of the longest standing partners with JTG Daugherty Racing, BUSH'S Beans has signed a multi-year partnership renewal with the race team as a primary partner on the No. 37 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1, and an associate partner on both the No. 37 and the No. 47 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1.[More](8-16-2018)

Buescher's Darlington throwback to celebrate Bush's 110 year anniversary: Chris Buescher and the No. 37 JTG Daugherty Racing team is paying homage to BUSH'S Beans long family history at Darlington Raceway for NASCAR Throwback, driving the No. 37 BUSH'S Best® Since 1908 Camaro ZL1. Buescher's paint scheme honors the rich history of the Bush Brothers & Company while celebrating 110 years of success.[More](8-14-2018)

Driver changes at JTG Daugherty Racing next season? Ryan Preece and Daniel Hemric have been mentioned as possible replacements.[More](8-9-2018)

Buescher running Slim Jim scheme at Michigan: Slim Jim makes the appearance due to their partnership with Kroger.[More](8-8-2018)

Buescher jackman injured after being hit during pitstop: The jackman injured when struck during a pit stop for the No. 37 Chevrolet in Monday's STP 500 says he tore torn muscles in his leg and groin after a series of tests at a Charlotte, N.C. hospital. Zack Young, working on driver Chris Buescher's crew, was hit during a stop early in the NASCAR Cup Series race at Martinsville Speedway and transported to a local hospital by ambulance.[More](3-28-2018)

Kroger expanding Clicklist to Buescher's #37 this season: Kroger is expanding its Clicklist activation with NASCAR's JTG Daugherty Racing to have the digital shopping experience promoted across both the team's Cup Series cars starting this season. Kroger began activating the Clicklist program, which allows curbside pickup of groceries purchased online, last year in NASCAR, but only promoted it on JTG's #47 Chevy driven by A.J. Allmendinger. This year, it will begin promoting Clicklist on both the #47 as well as the #37 driven by Chris Buescher.[More](1-10-2018)

JTG Daugherty buys charter from Furniture Row #77 team: Another key piece to 2018 that still needs to be announced is which teams will have the 36 guaranteed positions for each race. Those go to teams with NASCAR-issued charters. The Furniture Row #77 team charter has been sold to JTG Daugherty Racing for its #37 car.[More](11-25-2017)

JTG to form technical alliance with Hendrick: JTG/Daugherty Racing will embark on a technical alliance with Hendrick Motorsports in 2018. "So we're hoping to improve our simulation capabilities and our measurement protocols; then we'll do our own aero development," team owner Tad Geschickter said. JTGD will continue to use RCR-based ECR engines next season.[More](11-13-2017)

Chris Buescher returning to JTG Daugherty Racing: JTG Daugherty Racing announced today NASCAR driver Chris Buescher will continue to pilot the #37 Chevrolet at the top level of the sport, signing a multi-year contract with the team.[More](8-18-2017)

Buescher plans to be back with JTG Daugherty in 2018 Chris Buescher anticipates he will be back with JTG Daugherty Racing next season, which would remove his name from NASCAR's free agent feeding frenzy that began this week. While Matt Kenseth won't return to Joe Gibbs Racing and Erik Jones will take his place next year, the driver of the #37 Chevy told "The Morning Drive" on SiriusXM NASCAR Radio that his own "silly season" should be stress free.(NBC Sports / SiriusXM NASCAR Radio's The Morning Drive)[Read More Here](7-13-2017)

Dell partners with JTG Daugherty Racing: Dell EMC announces that, for the first time ever, the company is sponsoring a NASCAR team, JTG Daugherty Racing. Through this partnership, Dell EMC is working with JTG Daugherty Racing to help provide a competitive edge through the implementation of technology within the racecar, on the track and at the shop.[More](4-10-2017)

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