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#17 Team / Driver News

Stenhouse, Jr.'s throwback scheme revealed: John Deere returns to the team with a scheme similar to Chad Little's #97 Ford from the late 1990s.[More](8-8-2018)

Ricky Stenhouse, Jr's sponsors renew through 2021: Roush Fenway Racing has announced a deal that will solidify its partnership of Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and the No. 17 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series team through 2021. Fastenal will continue to serve as the anchor partner of the No. 17 and will increase its number of primary races with Stenhouse and the team. SunnyD and Fifth Third Bank will each continue to play a major role with the team, serving as primary partners with the No. 17 in multiple events over the next four seasons.[More](4-17-2018)

SunnyD returns to the #17 at Texas: Iconic brand and thirst quenching favorite SunnyD will make its 2018 debut this weekend as the primary partner on Ricky Stenhouse Jr.'s No. 17 Ford Fusion for the NASCAR Cup Series race at Texas Motor Speedway. SunnyD will be featured on Stenhouse's Ford the following week at Bristol Motor Speedway, and will also serve as the primary partner on Roush Fenway's famed No. 60 NASCAR Xfinity Series Ford when racing phenom Ty Majeksi makes his Bristol debut.[More](4-4-2018)

Sullair the official supplier of compressed air for RFR: As part of the partnership, Sullair will be featured on each of Roush Fenway's racecars, as well as team transporters and pit equipment.[More](3-29-2018)

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)

Roush Fenway sells charter to Penske: Roush Fenway Racing confirmed it has sold a charter to Penske Racing, which needed one for the addition of the No. 12 NASCAR Cup car with driver Ryan Blaney to its stable for 2018. Roush Fenway sold the charter - NASCAR's form of a franchise that guarantees a spot in each race plus accompanying revenue -- of its former No. 16 car, a charter it leased in 2017 to JTG Daugherty Racing.[More](1-2-2018)

#17 Team 2018 News Archive
#17 Team News Archive