JTG Daugherty Racing

Auto racing team

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JTG Daugherty Racing
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Base Harrisburg, North Carolina
Series NASCAR Cup Series
Race drivers 47. Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
Sponsors 47. Kroger (Cottonelle, Blue Buffalo, NOS Energy Drink), Smith’s (Tree Top), Fry’s (Coca-Cola), BallPark Buns & Rolls, Palmolive, SunnyD, Ralphs (Cheerios), Oscar Mayer
Manufacturer Chevrolet
Opened 1995
Career
Debut Cup Series:

Latest race
Drivers’ Championships
  • Total: 0
  • Cup Series: 0
  • Nationwide Series: 0
  • Craftsman Truck Series: 0
Race victories
  • Total: 7
  • Cup Series: 2
  • Nationwide Series: 5
  • Craftsman Truck Series: 0
Pole positions
  • Total: 12
  • Cup Series: 3
  • Nationwide Series: 8
  • Craftsman Truck Series: 1

JTG Daugherty Racing (formerly ST Motorsports and JTG Racing) is an American professional stock car racing team that currently competes in the NASCAR Cup Series. The team is owned by former advertising executive Tad Geschickter and his wife Jodi, along with former NBA All-Star center Brad Daugherty. The team currently has a technical alliance with Hendrick Motorsports.[1][2] JTG Daugherty currently fields the No. 47 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 in the NASCAR Cup Series full-time for Ricky Stenhouse Jr.

Cup Series[edit]

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Car No. 37 history[edit]

Chris Buescher (2017–2019)[edit]

Chris Buescher in the No. 37 at Richmond Raceway in 2019

In November 2016, the team announced plans to expand to two cars for the 2017 season. On November 29, Roush Fenway Racing leased their No. 16 charter to JTG, while also loaning driver Chris Buescher to the team.[3] The new car was revealed to be the No. 37 on December 12.[4] During the 2016-17 offseason, it was revealed that the sponsors of the 37 car would be products sold at Kroger stores like Cottonelle, Cheerios, Bush’s Baked Beans, Kingsford, and Scott Products. Liberty Tax Service was added as a sponsor on June 2, 2017.[5] In 2018, JTG purchased Furniture Row Racing‘s No. 77 charter for the No. 37; the charter leased from Roush Fenway Racing was subsequently sold to Team Penske for the No. 12.[6]

Throughout his three-year tenure in the No. 37, Buescher’s best finish was 5th at both Daytona races in 2018, and his best points finish was 20th in 2019. On September 25, 2019, it was announced that Buescher will return to Roush Fenway Racing to replace Ricky Stenhouse Jr. in the No. 17 Ford in 2020.[7][8]

Ryan Preece (2020–2021)[edit]

Ryan Preece in the No. 37 at Sonoma Raceway in 2021

On August 16, 2019, Ryan Preece confirmed he would return to JTG Daugherty Racing for the 2020 season, this time, in the No. 37, with his new teammate Ricky Stenhouse Jr. (who replaced Chris Buescher) in the No. 47 which Preece drove in 2019.[9][10] Prior to the 2020 Auto Club 400 at Fontana, the No. 37 team was docked 10 owner and driver points and crew chief Trent Owens was suspended for the race after the car was discovered to have an illegal modification during pre-race inspection.[11] Preece struggled mightily throughout the 2020 season, finishing last a total of four times, three of them consecutively. After a violent wreck at Kansas where he walked away unharmed, Preece managed to score two top-10 finishes but ended the season 29th in the standings. For the 2021 season, the 37 would be the only full-time non-chartered team after Spire Motorsports purchased the team’s charter.[6] Following the 2021 season, the 37 team was shut down.

Car No. 37 results[edit]

Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 .mw-parser-output .tooltip-dotted{border-bottom:1px dotted;cursor:help}Owners Pts
2017 Chris Buescher 37 Chevy DAY
35
ATL
24
LVS
23
PHO
27
CAL
25
MAR
11
TEX
21
BRI
39
RCH
17
TAL
15
KAN
18
CLT
20
DOV
23
POC
19
MCH
36
SON
19
DAY
10
KEN
16
NHA
25
IND
9
POC
28
GLN
11
MCH
6
BRI
27
DAR
17
RCH
32
CHI
27
NHA
21
DOV
30
CLT
18
TAL
17
KAN
6
MAR
21
TEX
22
PHO
37
HOM
20
26th 564
2018 DAY
5
ATL
25
LVS
15
PHO
29
CAL
30
MAR
23
TEX
15
BRI
36
RCH
26
TAL
11
DOV
20
KAN
34
CLT
29
POC
17
MCH
24
SON
12
CHI
22
DAY
5
KEN
23
NHA
20
POC
37
GLN
20
MCH
20
BRI
19
DAR
13
IND
25
LVS
15
RCH
30
CLT
17
DOV
25
TAL
21
KAN
16
MAR
13
TEX
23
PHO
18
HOM
23
24th 585
2019 DAY
37
ATL
9
LVS
18
PHO
16
CAL
16
MAR
21
TEX
20
BRI
22
RCH
22
TAL
30
DOV
23
KAN
10
CLT
6
POC
14
MCH
16
SON
16
CHI
18
DAY
17
KEN
10
NHA
15
POC
16
GLN
13
MCH
14
BRI
17
DAR
12
IND
15
LVS
18
RCH
31
CLT
18
DOV
36
TAL
20
KAN
13
MAR
12
TEX
19
PHO
16
HOM
16
20th 729
2020 Ryan Preece DAY
29
LVS
37
CAL
30
PHO
18
DAR
20
DAR
39
CLT
22
CLT
24
BRI
12
ATL
26
MAR
26
HOM
24
TAL
15
POC
20
POC
25
IND
40
KEN
38
TEX
40
KAN
34
NHA
16
MCH
25
MCH
16
DAY
23
DOV
25
DOV
26
DAY
37
DAR
17
RCH
20
BRI
9
LVS
19
TAL
10
CLT
14
KAN
29
TEX
18
MAR
19
PHO
34
29th 477
2021 DAY
6
DAY
9
HOM
21
LVS
15
PHO
26
ATL
25
BRI
18
MAR
36
RCH
29
TAL
14
KAN
32
DAR
25
DOV
18
COA
15
CLT
26
SON
21
NSH
32
POC
23
POC
8
ROA
40
ATL
25
NHA
22
GLN
28
IND
35
MCH
21
DAY
4
DAR
12
RCH
25
BRI
17
LVS
28
TAL
32
CLT
19
TEX
36
KAN
21
MAR
36
PHO
20
27th 557

Car No. 47 history[edit]

In 2006, JTG Racing started a partnership with Wood Brothers Racing to field the No. 21 car under the banner of Wood Brothers/JTG Racing.[12] JTG Daugherty attempted to make their Cup Series debut in the third race of 2007 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway with Ken Schrader behind the wheel of the Ore-Ida Ford, a second car to the Wood Brothers’ No. 21, but the team failed to qualify for the race. Jon Wood attempted to qualify the No. 47 in the season’s 29th race at Kansas Speedway but also failed to qualify the Little Debbie/Nutty Bars car into the field.

Marcos Ambrose (2008–2010)[edit]

Marcos Ambrose in the No. 47 during the 2010 Toyota/Save Mart 350

With the new ownership at JTG Daugherty Racing in 2008, the team attempted to qualify for the Allstate 400 at the Brickyard with Marcos Ambrose at the wheel and he qualified into the race in 24th position. Ambrose finished in the 22nd position. Ambrose finished 3rd in the No. 21 Ford Fusion of Wood Brothers Racing at the Centurion Boats at the Glen at Watkins Glen International. On October 1, JTG Daugherty signed a deal to enter into a technical alliance with Michael Waltrip Racing for the remainder of 2008 and the 2009 Sprint Cup season. During this technical alliance in 2008 and 2009, the No. 47 ran a Toyota Camry as the third car on the Michael Waltrip Racing team. For the rest of the 2008 season, the 47 switched to Toyota and leased the owner points for MWR’s No. 00 entry. Ambrose ran four races for the rest of the season and had the best finish of eighteenth. The 47 became a full-time entry in 2009, running with sponsorship mostly from Little Debbie and the Clorox Company. He had seven top-ten finishes, including a second at Watkins Glen, and finished eighteenth in points. The alliance continued for 2010, with Ambrose again running as the third car for MWR. In 2010, Ambrose had a lower season, statistically speaking, than 2009. His nearest-miss was at Sonoma in June 2010 where he controlled the late stages of the 110-lap race only to be sent to 7th on the final restart after stalling his engine in turn 1 under caution. Ambrose ended up finishing 6th, handing a sure-victory to Jimmie Johnson. Later that season, Ambrose dueled Juan Pablo Montoya for the win at the 2nd road course race of the season, at Watkins Glen, finishing third after leading 8 laps.

Bobby Labonte (2011–2013)[edit]

Bobby Labonte in the No. 47 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in 2012

For 2011, however, Ambrose left JTG Daugherty Racing in the Sprint Cup Series to drive for Richard Petty Motorsports although he drove for JTG in a one race deal for Watkins Glen in the Nationwide Series. He was replaced by former series champion Bobby Labonte. Labonte proved a good replacement by scoring 4th in the Daytona 500 and pushing Trevor Bayne to the lead on the final lap. However, the 500 remained their sole high point, and they struggled throughout the season to a 29th-place points finish. As a result, crew chief Frankie Kerr was moved to the shop foreman position, and JTG hired former Richard Childress Racing crew chief Todd Berrier as their new crew chief and general manager. To improve the team’s performance beyond MWR, JTG moved back into the Geischeckter’s old race shop it shared with the Wood Brothers. However, the team had very few good runs in 2012. For 2013, Labonte and JTG would have the best finish of 15th at Daytona before he was replaced at Kentucky by A. J. Allmendinger. Allmendinger would score a top 10 at Watkins Glen.

A. J. Allmendinger (2013–2018)[edit]

A. J. Allmendinger in the No. 47 at Daytona International Speedway in 2016

On August 29, 2013, Sporting News reported that Allmendinger would be the full-time driver for JTG Daugherty Racing in 2014. The team also would be transitioning to Chevrolet and formed a technical alliance with Richard Childress Racing.

Allmendinger started 2014 slowly but got hot with back to back top-10 finishes in May. He also raced his way into the Sprint All-Star Race. Allmendinger had the strongest car at Sonoma in June but was involved in an incident that left him a disappointing 37th. However, he got redemption at Watkins Glen by winning the race, beating fellow road course ace Marcos Ambrose for the team’s first Sprint Cup win. The win was also the first playoff berth for JTG. Ironically, Ambrose himself had nearly scored the team’s first win in 2010. Allmendinger ultimately finished 13th in the points standings.

Both Allmendinger and all the team’s sponsors returned in 2015. Allmendinger started 2015 off with four straight top-20s, including a pair of top-10s. He also swept both road course poles, at Sonoma and Watkins Glen. However, the team scored only one more top-10, at Pocono in August, and Allmendinger finished 22nd in points. Allmendinger and Kroger inked a multi-year contract extension following the 2015 season.

After starting the 2016 season slowly, the No. 47 picked up momentum with an 8th-place finish at California in the spring. One week later at Martinsville, Allmendinger finished runner-up to Kyle Busch. The team missed the playoffs but closed the season strong picking up six more top-10s and a top-5 at Watkins Glen. Allmendinger finished 19th in points.

In 2017, the team got to a great start, finishing 3rd, nearly winning the Daytona 500. At the first Talladega race, the No. 47 flipped over, while trying to push Chase Elliott late in the race while running again in the top 5.

Ryan Preece (2019)[edit]

Preece’s No. 47 during the 2019 Toyota/Save Mart 350

On September 25, 2018, It was announced that Allmendinger will part ways with JTG Daugherty at the end of the 2018 season.[13] Three days later, it was announced that Ryan Preece would be replacing him as the driver of the No. 47 in 2019. In addition, Preece would compete for 2019 Rookie of the Year honors.[14]

Preece started the 2019 season with an eighth-place finish at the 2019 Daytona 500.

Ricky Stenhouse Jr. (2020–present)[edit]

Ricky Stenhouse Jr. in the No. 47 at Sonoma Raceway in 2021

On October 16, 2019, JTG announced Stenhouse would drive for them in 2020.[15] The team later announced that Stenhouse would drive the car with Brian Pattie as the crew chief and moved Preece to the No. 37 car.[10]

Stenhouse got off to a quick start for the team, winning the pole for the 2020 Daytona 500, the first pole for JTG on an oval.[16] He followed up a 20th place finish at Daytona with a strong showing at Las Vegas, leading 30 laps and finishing third. Prior to the 2020 Auto Club 400 at Fontana, the No. 47 team was docked 10 owner and driver points and crew chief Brian Pattie was suspended for the race after the car was discovered to have an illegal modification during pre-race inspection.[11] Stenhouse later finished fourth in the 2020 Alsco Uniforms 500 and followed it up by finishing second at Talladega in a close race. He ended his first season with the team 24th in the standings.

Ricky Stenhouse Jr. in the No. 47 at Sonoma Raceway in 2023

Stenhouse started the 2023 season by winning the 2023 Daytona 500, scoring his third career victory, and second for JTG.[17] He was eliminated at the conclusion of the Round of 16.[18]

Car No. 47 results[edit]

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series results
Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 Owners Pts
2007 Ken Schrader 47 Ford DAY CAL LVS
DNQ
ATL BRI MAR TEX PHO TAL RCH DAR CLT DOV POC MCH SON NHA DAY CHI IND POC GLN MCH BRI CAL RCH NHA DOV 63rd 26
Jon Wood KAN
DNQ
TAL CLT MAR ATL TEX PHO HOM
2008 Marcos Ambrose DAY CAL LVS ATL BRI MAR TEX PHO TAL RCH DAR CLT DOV POC MCH SON NHA DAY CHI IND
22
POC GLN
3
MCH
43
BRI CAL
32
RCH NHA DOV
32
KAN
36
TAL CLT MAR ATL TEX PHO HOM 52nd 152
2009 Toyota DAY
17
CAL
22
LVS
20
ATL
38
BRI
10
MAR
14
TEX
41
PHO
14
TAL
4
RCH
11
DAR
33
CLT
26
DOV
20
POC
6
MCH
31
SON
3
NHA
23
DAY
6
CHI
11
IND
22
POC
34
GLN
2
MCH
35
BRI
3
ATL
23
RCH
22
NHA
20
DOV
14
KAN
14
CAL
23
CLT
22
MAR
27
TAL
34
TEX
15
PHO
11
HOM
35
18th 3830
2010 DAY
41
CAL
35
LVS
14
ATL
11
BRI
33
MAR
11
PHO
11
TEX
17
TAL
37
RCH
9
DAR
25
DOV
36
CLT
36
POC
30
MCH
15
SON
6
NHA
13
DAY
32
CHI
28
IND
21
POC
39
GLN
3
MCH
15
BRI
20
ATL
10
RCH
5
NHA
30
DOV
20
KAN
34
CAL
33
CLT
16
MAR
34
TAL
34
TEX
12
PHO
22
HOM
26
27th 3422
2011 Bobby Labonte DAY
4
PHO
21
LVS
24
BRI
13
CAL
38
MAR
27
TEX
25
TAL
24
RCH
24
DAR
18
DOV
18
CLT
24
KAN
28
POC
28
MCH
22
SON
38
DAY
31
KEN
26
NHA
7
IND
17
POC
25
GLN
19
MCH
16
BRI
34
ATL
38
RCH
20
CHI
37
NHA
19
DOV
26
KAN
30
CLT
29
TAL
35
MAR
32
TEX
28
PHO
21
HOM
27
29th 670
2012 DAY
14
PHO
16
LVS
26
BRI
28
CAL
28
MAR
17
TEX
27
KAN
35
RCH
17
TAL
21
DAR
29
CLT
28
DOV
20
POC
22
MCH
16
SON
24
KEN
27
DAY
10
NHA
23
IND
26
POC
27
GLN
19
MCH
25
BRI
14
ATL
19
RCH
25
CHI
26
NHA
20
DOV
14
TAL
18
CLT
32
KAN
33
MAR
9
TEX
33
PHO
15
HOM
25
26th 772
2013 DAY
15
PHO
24
LVS
30
BRI
41
CAL
28
MAR
21
TEX
42
KAN
24
RCH
19
TAL
20
DAR
26
CLT
24
DOV
21
POC
27
SON
43
DAY
23
NHA
27
IND
36
POC
19
MCH
35
BRI
38
NHA
40
CLT
28
TAL
34
MAR
32
TEX
40
PHO
22
31st 624
A. J. Allmendinger MCH
19
KEN
22
GLN
10
ATL
14
RCH
15
CHI
21
DOV
26
KAN
20
HOM
36
2014 Chevy DAY
26
PHO
26
LVS
18
BRI
25
CAL
8
MAR
11
TEX
23
DAR
15
RCH
6
TAL
5
KAN
30
CLT
23
DOV
21
POC
21
MCH
22
SON
37*
KEN
22
DAY
43
NHA
18
IND
18
POC
34
GLN
1*
MCH
13
BRI
14
ATL
40
RCH
23
CHI
22
NHA
13
DOV
23
KAN
11
CLT
12
TAL
23
MAR
9
TEX
14
PHO
16
HOM
40
13th 2260
2015 DAY
20
ATL
7
LVS
6
PHO
17
CAL
34
MAR
43
TEX
21
BRI
34
RCH
13
TAL
17
KAN
14
CLT
29
DOV
24
POC
38
MCH
23
SON
37
DAY
21
KEN
26
NHA
13
IND
23
POC
7
GLN
24
MCH
28
BRI
27
DAR
23
RCH
24
CHI
36
NHA
23
DOV
29
CLT
16
KAN
27
TAL
36
MAR
11
TEX
17
PHO
24
HOM
20
22nd 758
2016 DAY
21
ATL
27
LVS
14
PHO
17
CAL
8
MAR
2
TEX
22
BRI
19
RCH
25
TAL
14
KAN
8
DOV
23
CLT
16
POC
16
MCH
38
SON
14
DAY
13
KEN
36
NHA
21
IND
38
POC
14
GLN
4
BRI
9
MCH
15
DAR
23
RCH
20
CHI
17
NHA
21
DOV
19
CLT
37
KAN
8
TAL
10
MAR
10
TEX
17
PHO
17
HOM
8
20th 830
2017 DAY
3
ATL
26
LVS
24
PHO
26
CAL
17
MAR
6
TEX
20
BRI
30
RCH
37
TAL
31
KAN
30
CLT
18
DOV
18
POC
22
MCH
18
SON
35
DAY
8
KEN
20
NHA
21
IND
10
POC
23
GLN
9
MCH
20
BRI
22
DAR
34
RCH
26
CHI
26
NHA
17
DOV
28
CLT
20
TAL
22
KAN
32
MAR
40
TEX
16
PHO
23
HOM
14
28th 531
2018 DAY
10
ATL
29
LVS
30
PHO
21
CAL
22
MAR
8
TEX
24
BRI
17
RCH
27
TAL
34
DOV
21
KAN
16
CLT
23
POC
22
MCH
17
SON
38
CHI
24
DAY
3
KEN
30
NHA
36
POC
14
GLN
15
MCH
22
BRI
39
DAR
22
IND
37
LVS
14
RCH
29
CLT
7
DOV
22
TAL
6
KAN
21
MAR
14
TEX
20
PHO
12
HOM
19
22nd 603
2019 Ryan Preece DAY
8
ATL
35
LVS
25
PHO
34
CAL
23
MAR
16
TEX
22
BRI
25
RCH
20
TAL
3
DOV
28
KAN
25
CLT
31
POC
23
MCH
25
SON
29
CHI
28
DAY
32
KEN
21
NHA
21
POC
37
GLN
36
MCH
7
BRI
18
DAR
22
IND
16
LVS
27
RCH
32
CLT
21
DOV
19
TAL
18
KAN
12
MAR
19
TEX
23
PHO
26
HOM
25
26th 507
2020 Ricky Stenhouse Jr. DAY
20
LVS
3
CAL
20
PHO
22
DAR
40
DAR
25
CLT
24
CLT
4
BRI
34
ATL
13
MAR
21
HOM
20
TAL
2
POC
17
POC
15
IND
36
KEN
29
TEX
38
KAN
40
NHA
14
MCH
32
MCH
19
DAY
16
DOV
10
DOV
37
DAY
32
DAR
19
RCH
18
BRI
40
LVS
23
TAL
38
CLT
17
KAN
16
TEX
12
MAR
20
PHO
27
26th 584
2021 DAY
18
DAY
18
HOM
13
LVS
11
PHO
12
ATL
12
BRI
2
MAR
15
RCH
17
TAL
33
KAN
34
DAR
20
DOV
20
COA
22
CLT
12
SON
37
NSH
6
POC
15
POC
38
ROA
12
ATL
37
NHA
15
GLN
19
IND
11
MCH
12
DAY
22
DAR
17
RCH
23
BRI
20
LVS
17
TAL
16
CLT
21
TEX
34
KAN
24
MAR
19
PHO
36
22nd 666
2022 DAY
28
CAL
10
LVS
21
PHO
28
ATL
31
COA
37
RCH
28
MAR
27
BRI
29
TAL
30
DOV
2
DAR
8
KAN
8
CLT
7
GTW
32
SON
25
NSH
16
ROA
19
ATL
31
NHA
22
POC
18
IND
13
MCH
33
RCH
22
GLN
15
DAY
22
DAR
35
KAN
30
BRI
33
TEX
27
TAL
22
ROV
19
LVS
23
HOM
15
MAR
22
PHO
32
28th 580
2023 DAY
1
CAL
12
LVS
24
PHO
19
ATL
17
COA
7
RCH
35
BRD
4
MAR
8
TAL
15
DOV
15
KAN
12
DAR
13
CLT
7
GTW
32
SON
12
NSH
22
CSC
34
ATL
10
NHA
18
POC
7
RCH
17
MCH
21
IRC
25
GLN
13
DAY
34
DAR
16
KAN
23
BRI
10
TEX
9
TAL
22
ROV
34
LVS
24
HOM
27
MAR
19
PHO
23
16th 2168
2024 DAY
31
ATL
6
LVS
17
PHO
21
BRI
33
COA
28
RCH
33
MAR TEX TAL DOV KAN DAR CLT GTW SON IOW NHA NSH CSC POC IND RCH MCH DAY DAR ATL GLN BRI KAN TAL ROV LVS HOM MAR PHO

Nationwide Series[edit]

Car No. 22 history[edit]

Adam Petty (1998)[edit]

In 1998, ST fielded the No. 22 Spree Chevy in three races with Adam Petty as the driver. His best finish was 27th (twice).

Car No. 22 results[edit]

Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Owners Pts
1998 Adam Petty 22 Chevy DAY CAR LVS NSV DAR BRI TEX HCY TAL NHA NZH CLT DOV RCH PPR GLN MLW MYB CAL SBO IRP MCH BRI DAR RCH DOV CLT GTY
27
CAR
38
ATL HOM
27

Car No. 46 history[edit]

Larry Pearson (1996)[edit]

The second team in the JTG Daugherty stable made its debut in 1996 at the All Pro Bumper To Bumper 300. The car was No. 46, sponsored by Stanley Tools and driven to a 22nd-place finish by Larry Pearson. Pearson drove two more races for the team that year, each one getting regressively worse.

Robert Pressley & Bobby East (2005)[edit]

In 2005, the No. 46 made a return as a Ford Taurus driven by Robert Pressley and Bobby East part-time.

Car No. 46 results[edit]

Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 Owners Pts
1996 Larry Pearson 46 Chevy DAY CAR RCH ATL NSV DAR BRI HCY NZH CLT DOV SBO MYB GLN MLW NHA TAL IRP MCH BRI DAR RCH DOV CLT
22
CAR
27
HOM
37
2005 Robert Pressley Ford DAY CAL MXC LVS ATL NSH BRI TEX PHO TAL DAR
25
RCH CLT
DNQ
DOV NSH KEN MLW DAY CHI NHA PPR GTY IRP
16
GLN MCH BRI
16
CAL RCH
33
DOV KAN CLT TEX
30
PHO HOM
Bobby East MEM
17

Car No. 47 history[edit]

Kelly Bires during the 2007 Ford 300 at the Homestead-Miami Speedway.

Jeff Fuller (1995–1997)[edit]

JTG Daugherty Racing (then known as ST Motorsports and owned by Tad Geschickter and crew chief Steve Plattenberger[19]) made its debut at the 1995 Goody’s 300. Jeff Fuller drove the No. 47 Sunoco-sponsored Chevrolet to an eleventh-place finish. Fuller ran the full season with ST, and had six top-ten finishes en route to a tenth-place finish in points. He was named Rookie of the Year for the Busch Series that year. Fuller returned again in 1996. While he dropped seven points in the standings due to missing two races, he had four top-ten finishes and won from the pole at the Food City 250. Fuller was 18th in points after the 1997 GM Goodwrench/Delco Batteries 200, when he was released from the ride and replaced by Robert Pressley. Pressley had two-top fives and finished 32nd in points despite missing half the season.

Robert Pressley (2004)[edit]

ST would not run the No. 47 car again until 2004, when they fielded the Clorox-sponsored Ford Taurus driven by Robert Pressley. Pressley had two top ten finishes that year, and finished 15th in points.

Jon Wood (2005–2007)[edit]

Pressley was replaced by rookie Jon Wood in 2005. Wood posted six top-ten finishes and finished 15th in overall championship points. He was to continue to drive the No. 47 car in 2007, before medical problems forced him to exit the ride.

Kelly Bires (2007–2008)[edit]

Former American Speed Association champion Kelly Bires took Wood’s place for most of the year, garnering two top-ten finishes. Andy Lally took his place on road courses, finishing tenth at Watkins Glen International. Bires drove full-time in 2008.

Michael McDowell (2009)[edit]

In 2009, Michael McDowell started the season with sponsorship from Tom’s Snacks where he had three top-ten finishes, but left the team midway through the season after Tom’s Snacks left the team. The team became a start and park team, listing ConstructionJobs.com as the sponsor (the sponsorship funded only practice and qualifying). Kelly Bires returned for three races followed by Coleman Pressley at Iowa. Marcos Ambrose ran full races with STP sponsorship the two road course events at Watkins Glen and Montreal, and would go on to win the event at Watkins Glen. Pressley and Chase Miller finished out the season. The team was suspended at the end of the year, and its owners points were sold to Penske Racing.

In 2010, the team returned with Ambrose driving two road course races; at Watkins Glen, where he won the race, and at Montreal where he did not finish the race, due to electrical problems.

Car No. 47 results[edit]

Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 Owners Pts
1995 Jeff Fuller 47 Chevy DAY
11
CAR
30
RCH
16
ATL
27
NSV
20
DAR
22
BRI
14
HCY
7
NHA
22
NZH
9
CLT
15
DOV
28
MYB
28
GLN
15
MLW
22
TAL
14
SBO
11
IRP
10
MCH
28
BRI
10
DAR
18
RCH
23
DOV
21
CLT
4
CAR
38
HOM
8
1996 DAY
35
CAR
DNQ
RCH
24
ATL
DNQ
NSV
24
DAR
25
BRI
10
HCY
14
NZH
42
CLT
16
DOV
27
SBO
12
MYB
15
GLN
33
MLW
9
NHA
22
TAL
8
IRP
20
MCH
26
BRI
1*
DAR
15
RCH
24
DOV
20
CLT
DNQ
CAR
20
HOM
33
1997 DAY
26
CAR
17
RCH
35
ATL
12
LVS
36
DAR
7
HCY
12
TEX
32
BRI
29
NSV
31
TAL
26
NHA
3
NZH
31
CLT
34
DOV
26
Robert Pressley SBO
31
GLN
38
MLW
21
MYB
32
GTY
37
IRP
18
MCH
35
BRI
3
DAR
14
RCH
15
DOV
27
CLT
16
CAL
5
CAR
10
HOM
31
2004 Ford DAY
17
CAR
23
LVS
24
DAR
22
BRI
22
TEX
24
NSH
11
TAL
14
CAL
27
GTY
36
RCH
20
NZH
19
CLT
20
DOV
15
NSH
15
KEN
16
MLW
14
DAY
4
CHI
35
NHA
13
PPR
19
IRP
22
MCH
28
BRI
9
CAL
25
RCH
17
DOV
22
KAN
20
CLT
16
MEM
17
ATL
13
PHO
17
DAR
13
HOM
24
2005 Jon Wood DAY
31
CAL
28
MXC
16
LVS
17
ATL
25
NSH
12
BRI
11
TEX
8
PHO
18
TAL
2
DAR
35
RCH
35
CLT
33
DOV
40
NSH
32
KEN
10
MLW
26
DAY
29
CHI
37
NHA
37
PPR
22
GTY
21
IRP
34
GLN
20
MCH
19
BRI
37
CAL
14
RCH
17
DOV
16
KAN
5
CLT
7
MEM
40
TEX
26
PHO
33
HOM
6
2006 DAY
4
CAL
18
MXC
27
LVS
14
ATL
13
BRI
17
TEX
26
NSH
6
PHO
23
TAL
19
RCH
38
DAR
33
CLT
37
DOV
40
NSH
8
KEN
22
MLW
14
DAY
34
CHI
21
NHA
20
MAR
21
GTY
15
IRP
14
GLN
29
MCH
36
BRI
28
CAL
8
RCH
25
DOV
38
KAN
15
CLT
23
MEM
29
TEX
12
PHO
38
HOM
18
2007 DAY
15
CAL
31
MXC
10
LVS
11
ATL
36
BRI
43
NSH
16
TEX
38
PHO
25
TAL
31
RCH
21
DAR
32
CLT
13
Travis Kvapil DOV
31
Kelly Bires NSH
15
KEN
7
MLW
30
NHA
24
DAY
16
CHI
24
GTY
24
IRP
38
MCH
32
BRI
29
CAL
23
RCH
26
DOV
19
KAN
40
CLT
9
MEM
14
TEX
19
PHO
22
HOM
20
Andy Lally CGV
29
GLN
10
2008 Kelly Bires DAY
12
CAL
30
LVS
15
ATL
12
BRI
20
NSH
5
TEX
17
PHO
19
MXC
31
TAL
36
RCH
20
DAR
24
CLT
33
DOV
13
NSH
8
KEN
19
MLW
11
NHA
22
DAY
16
CHI
12
GTY
32
IRP
36
CGV
24
GLN
17
MCH
9
BRI
17
CAL
13
RCH
20
DOV
34
KAN
10
CLT
7
MEM
18
TEX
22
PHO
17
HOM
9
2009 Michael McDowell Toyota DAY
14
CAL
36
LVS
6
BRI
31
TEX
17
NSH
15
PHO
11
TAL
15
RCH
8
DAR
33
CLT
20
DOV
11
NSH
8
KEN
29
MLW
14
NHA
15
DAY
13
KAN
39
Kelly Bires CHI
40
GTY
40
IRP
39
Coleman Pressley IOW
41
BRI
39
RCH
41
DOV
41
MEM
38
Marcos Ambrose GLN
1
CGV
2*
Chase Miller MCH
37
ATL
39
CAL
43
CLT
41
TEX
39
HOM
37
Chris Cook PHO
43
2010 Marcos Ambrose DAY CAL LVS BRI NSH PHO TEX TAL RCH DAR DOV CLT NSH KEN ROA NHA DAY CHI GTY IRP IOW GLN
1
MCH BRI CGV
33
ATL RCH DOV KAN CAL CLT GTY TEX PHO HOM

Car No. 59 history[edit]

The No. 59 car at Daytona

Robert Pressley (1998)[edit]

In 1998, ST fielded the No. 59 Chevrolet full-time with Robert Pressley as the driver. However, he could run only half the season in the No. 59 due to Winston Cup commitments with Jasper Motorsports. He ran 18 races and had two pole positions, finishing 31st in points with sponsorship from Kingsford. Jimmie Johnson, Kevin Lepage, Ron Hornaday Jr. and Rich Bickle filled in when Pressley was unavailable.

Mike Dillon (1999)[edit]

For 1999, ST hired Mike Dillon as its new driver. Dillon had a seventh-place finish at the Lysol 200 and finished 16th in points that year.

Phil Parsons (2000) and Rich Bickle (2001)[edit]

Dillon left for Richard Childress Racing after the season was over and ST replaced him with Phil Parsons. Parsons qualified for all 32 races, had two top-tens and finished 12th in points. In 2001, he was replaced by Bickle again. However, Bickle struggled in the ride and was replaced by Mark Green and Jeff Purvis after the MBNA.com 200.

Stacy Compton (2002–2006)[edit]

In 2002, ST hired Stacy Compton to drive the No. 59, and he remained in the car until the end of the 2006 season. His best finish was 2nd four times, and the best points position was 9th in 2002. The only major change from 2002 until 2007 was the team’s switch to the Ford Motor Company in 2004.

Marcos Ambrose (2007–2008)[edit]

Australian driver Marcos Ambrose was hired to compete in the No. 59 during the 2007 season, finishing in the top-ten six times and ending the year sixth in points.

Ambrose won the team’s first race in 2008 running an STP-sponsored No. 59 at Watkins Glen. For the 2009 Nationwide Series, the No. 59 team ceased operations, running only the No. 47 entry for numerous drivers, and the owner points going to the No. 12 Penske Dodge driven by Justin Allgaier.

Car No. 59 results[edit]

Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 Owners Pts
1998 Robert Pressley 59 Chevy DAY
34
CAR
17
LVS
38
NSV
31*
DAR
9
BRI
DNQ
TEX
DNQ
HCY
6
TAL
DNQ
NHA
9
CLT
26
DOV
6
RCH
10
CAL
14
MCH
19
BRI
19
DAR
9
RCH
37
CAR
15
ATL
31
HOM
37
Ron Hornaday Jr. NZH
23
PPR
8
MLW
35
Jack Baldwin GLN
20
Scott Lagasse MYB
25
Kevin Lepage SBO
10
Jimmie Johnson IRP
25
GTY
15
Rich Bickle DOV
28
Steve Grissom CLT
19
1999 Mike Dillon DAY
18
CAR
19
LVS
DNQ
ATL
13
DAR
34
TEX
28
NSV
18
BRI
32
TAL
26
CAL
13
NHA
32
RCH
13
NZH
21
CLT
DNQ
DOV
16
SBO
27
GLN
7
MLW
35
MYB
30
PPR
27
GTY
31
IRP
23
MCH
19
BRI
23
DAR
31
RCH
27
DOV
13
CLT
12
CAR
33
MEM
18
PHO
37
HOM
27
2000 Phil Parsons DAY
13
CAR
23
LVS
14
ATL
14
DAR
20
BRI
17
TEX
34
NSV
29
TAL
23
CAL
24
RCH
10
NHA
12
CLT
24
DOV
29
SBO
15
MYB
27
GLN
25
MLW
42
NZH
20
PPR
5
GTY
23
IRP
22
MCH
19
BRI
14
DAR
17
RCH
39
DOV
15
CLT
31
CAR
22
MEM
19
PHO
26
HOM
19
2001 Rich Bickle DAY
16
CAR
7
LVS
15
ATL
29
DAR
15
BRI
39
TEX
23
NSH
12
TAL
13
CAL
29
RCH
16
NHA
21
NZH
8
CLT
17
DOV
26
KEN
27
MLW
12
GLN
22
CHI
28
IRP
9
MCH
29
BRI
20
DAR
25
RCH
16
DOV
24
Mike Chase GTY
27
PPR
28
Mark Green KAN
9
CLT
29
Jeff Purvis MEM
5
PHO
17
CAR
14
Stacy Compton HOM
10
2002 DAY
20
CAR
22
LVS
10
DAR
10
BRI
36
TEX
11
NSH
9
TAL
2
CAL
3
RCH
12
NHA
27
NZH
13
CLT
17
DOV
21
NSH
13
KEN
17
MLW
33
DAY
10
CHI
32
GTY
31
PPR
10
IRP
16
MCH
8
BRI
34
DAR
21
RCH
18
DOV
15
KAN
12
CLT
16
MEM
2
ATL
11
CAR
5
PHO
2
HOM
13
2003 DAY
38
CAR
22
LVS
15
DAR
4
BRI
15
TEX
16
TAL
32
NSH
31
CAL
21
RCH
7
GTY
6
NZH
8
CLT
18
DOV
29
NSH
28
KEN
4
MLW
9
DAY
19
CHI
19
NHA
10
PPR
6
IRP
3
MCH
17
BRI
29
DAR
8
RCH
15
DOV
12
KAN
8
CLT
23
MEM
11
ATL
23
PHO
35
CAR
16
HOM
21
2004 Ford DAY
31
CAR
20
LVS
17
DAR
15
BRI
19
TEX
28
NSH
14
TAL
23
CAL
3
GTY
20
RCH
18
NZH
12
CLT
26
DOV
17
NSH
10
KEN
19
MLW
20
DAY
42
CHI
21
NHA
8
PPR
2
IRP
18
MCH
31
BRI
11
CAL
24
RCH
32
DOV
29
KAN
9
CLT
26
MEM
16
ATL
17
PHO
23
DAR
20
HOM
15
2005 DAY
23
CAL
16
MXC
28
LVS
38
ATL
41
NSH
10
BRI
16
TEX
23
PHO
19
TAL
25
DAR
31
RCH
39
CLT
26
DOV
15
NSH
16
KEN
8
MLW
25
DAY
13
CHI
28
NHA
33
PPR
9
GTY
20
IRP
12
GLN
27
MCH
28
BRI
15
CAL
32
RCH
16
DOV
18
KAN
29
CLT
20
MEM
22
TEX
37
PHO
17
HOM
17
2006 DAY
27
CAL
24
MXC
43
LVS
33
ATL
27
BRI
14
TEX
22
NSH
20
PHO
26
TAL
26
RCH
37
DAR
14
CLT
30
DOV
12
NSH
19
KEN
24
MLW
6
DAY
20
CHI
20
NHA
25
MAR
15
GTY
17
IRP
12
GLN
30
MCH
41
BRI
16
CAL
18
RCH
34
DOV
20
KAN
34
CLT
3
MEM
24
TEX
22
PHO
22
HOM
17
2007 Marcos Ambrose DAY
16
CAL
25
MXC
8
LVS
10
ATL
28
BRI
28
NSH
17
TEX
31
PHO
22
TAL
25
RCH
26
DAR
19
CLT
20
DOV
6
NSH
36
KEN
11
MLW
15
NHA
30
DAY
35
CHI
37
GTY
18
IRP
32
CGV
7
GLN
13
MCH
19
BRI
37
CAL
13
RCH
15
DOV
20
KAN
39
CLT
40
MEM
4
TEX
30
PHO
15
HOM
10
2008 DAY
39
CAL
22
LVS
28
ATL
11
BRI
19
NSH
23
TEX
18
PHO
17
MXC
2
TAL
28
RCH
25
DAR
10
CLT
14
DOV
30
NSH
19
KEN
6
MLW
16
NHA
14
DAY
20
CHI
15
GTY
15
IRP
20
CGV
3
GLN
1
MCH
12
BRI
34
CAL
15
RCH
13
DOV
16
KAN
11
CLT
15
MEM
15
TEX
9
PHO
24
HOM
31

Craftsman Truck Series[edit]

The No. 09 truck after a wreck in Martinsville Speedway in 2007.

The No. 20 truck debuted in 2006 at the GM Flex Fuel 250 as itself, in a partnership with Wood Brothers Racing. Jon Wood drove the truck for two races, due to Marcos Ambrose not being cleared to run the first two races due to limited experience. Bobby East ran the event at Atlanta. Ambrose finally took over the ride at Martinsville, winning one pole and posting two third-place finishes during the season. In 2007, the truck switched numbers to No. 09. Joey Clanton brought Zaxby’s as a sponsor and would share the ride with ex-Busch Series veteran Stacy Compton. Clanton, despite running a partial schedule, was third in the Rookie of the Year standings. Clanton would take both the No. 09 and Zaxby’s with him to Roush Fenway Racing for 2008, allowing JTG Daugherty to switch back to the No. 20 and hire Scott Lagasse Jr. as their new driver. After eight races, JTG Daugherty closed its Truck team due to a lack of funding.

Sponsorship[edit]

JTG Daugherty Racing has maintained long-term relationships with sponsors Clorox and Kingsford and their associated company since their time in the Busch series, and the two often appear on the decklid of the car even in races they are not the primary sponsor. The team has also maintained good relations with Bush’s Baked Beans and more recent partners Kroger, Kimberly-Clark (Kleenex, Scott Products, Viva) and Charter Communications through several driver and manufacturer changes, and have been able to attract new sponsors every season.

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