Erik Jones picked up his best finish of the 2023 NASCAR Cup Series season –and for the rebranded Legacy Motor Club – at Kansas Speedway.
Carson Hocevar will race the No. 42 Legacy Motor Club Chevrolet at Darlington this Sunday night in the Southern 500, the team announced Monday. “This is a great opportunity to … Continue Reading Carson Hocevar to drive NASCAR Cup Series race at Darlington
Legacy Motor Club announced Friday they will have Josh Berry racing its No. 42 Chevrolet at Daytona next Saturday.
Legacy Motor Club said Thursday they received a request from Noah Gragson to be released from his NASCAR Cup Series contract.
Legacy Motor Club named Mike Rockenfeller to drive its No. 42 Chevrolet in the next two NASCAR Cup Series races.
Legacy Motor Club suspended Noah Gragson “effective immediately” and named Josh Berry to drive its No. 42 Chevrolet Sunday.
The National Motorsports Appeal Panel upheld NASCAR’s penalties against Erik Jones’ No. 43 team for a modified part on his Coca-Cola 600 car. The modified part was found in the … Continue Reading Panel upholds NASCAR’s L1 penalty to Erik Jones’ team
Noah Gragson is set to make his return in the NASCAR Cup Series Ally 400 this Sunday at Nashville Superspeedway.
Legacy Motor Club will swap from Chevrolet to Toyota, the team announced Tuesday, May 2. “Maury Gallagher and I are very excited about the partnership with Toyota and TRD beginning … Continue Reading Legacy Motor Club switching to Toyota in 2024
Legacy Motor Club announced Tuesday that Jimmie Johnson will drive their No. 84 Chevrolet in the March 26 NASCAR Cup Series race at Circuit of the Americas.
Jimmie Johnson was the standout open entry in Sunday’s 65th Daytona 500 but a flurry of late-race crashes changed how that looked on the final results sheet.
In 2023, Jimmie Johnson will drive a No. 84 Chevrolet as he joins Petty-GMS – now under the name Legacy Motor Club.