Tuesday morning in downtown Charlotte at the Nascar Hall of Fame, Levine Family Racing unveiled the #95 Procore Camaro which will be piloted by Kasey Kahne begining in February at the 2018 Daytona 500.
Levine Family Racing announced in September that 18-time Monster Energy Cup Series winner Kasey Kahne will join their organization.
Procore will sponsor the #95 for select races in 2018 and 2019.
Adam Stern, writer for The Sports Business Journal tweeted late Sunday afternoon that Kurt Busch has signed a contract extension with Stewart-Haas Racing to continue driving the #41 Ford and plans that an announcement regarding his contract extension should come later this week.
In 4 years with Stewart-Haas Racing, Busch has claimed 5 victories most recently coming last February in the 2017 Daytona 500.
Eddie Wood, co-owner of Wood Brothers Racing underwent Heart Surgery on December 5, 2017.
Wood Brothers Racing via Twitter gave an update on his condition.
With the banquet ending Thursday night, all attention now moves for Daytona as we are only 2 months away from the beginning of the 2018 season. Many faces will be in new rides when we head to Daytona for SpeedWeeks in February. Below are a list of drivers heading to new rides for the upcoming 2018 season.
When the garage opens in February many faces will be in new places. Hendrick Motorsports will have two new drivers, William Byron going to the iconic 24, and Alex Bowman taking over Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s number 88.
Penske Racing adding a third car #12 will be fielded by rising star Ryan Blaney.
Erik Jones will drive the number 20 for Joe Gibbs Racing which was formally drove by former NASCAR driver, Matt Kenseth.
Paul Menard will take over the number 21 for Wood Brothers Racing, previously drove by Ryan Blaney.
Aric Almirola will drive the number 10 for Stewart-Haas Racing, replacing Danica Patrick.
Kasey Kahne will drive the number 95 for Levine Family Racing, replacing Michael McDowell.
What driver are you most looking forward to seeing with his new team?