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  • • NASCAR Cup: Joe Gibbs Racing personnel shuffle results in new crew chief for Denny Hamlin
    Joe Gibbs Racing has promoted Chris Gabehart from its No. 19 NASCAR Xfinity Series team of Brandon Jones to be the crew chief on its No. 11 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series team of Denny Hamlin, replacing Mike Wheeler, who moved to Leavine Family Racing to be the crew chief on the No. 95 team of Matt DiBenedetto. The No. 95 team has a technical all...
  • • NASCAR Cup: Mike Wheeler new crew chief at Leavine Family Racing
    Leavine Family Racing has made another change ahead of the 2019 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season. It has hired Mike Wheeler as crew chief on its No. 95 team. He’ll be crew chief for Matt DiBenedetto, who also will be in his first season with the team in its first year with Toyota. “We’re thrilled to have Mike joining our organization, becaus...
  • • Leavine Family Racing hires Mike Wheeler as crew chief
    When the Leavine Family Racing No. 95 machine takes to the track in 2019, with driver Matt DiBenedetto, it will have Mike Wheeler calling the shots from the pitbox. Wheeler moves over to LFR after most recently spending time as the crew chief for Denny Hamlin’s No. 11 Toyota at Joe Gibbs Racing. LFR will […]...
  • • Mike Wheeler Named as Crew Chief for DiBenedetto, Leavine Family Racing
    Leavine Family Racing (LFR) has announced Mike Wheeler will be the crew chief for the No. 95 Toyota to be driven by Matt DiBenedetto in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series in 2019. In 2018, Wheeler sat atop the pit box for Joe Gibbs Racing (JGR) driver, Denny Hamlin. The move is not surprising considering it was announced earlier in the season tha...
  • • NASCAR Cup: Matt DiBenedetto to drive a Toyota for Leavine Family Racing in 2019
    In a press conference at the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte, N.C., on Wednesday, Leavine Family racing announced Matt DiBenedetto as the driver of its No. 95 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series entry next season. The racing team also announced a manufacturer change from Chevrolet to Toyota that will include a technical alliance with Joe Gibbs Racing...
  • Matt Dibenedetto talks with Alan Cavanna about moving to Leavine Family Racing in 2019
    Matt Dibenedetto talks with Alan Cavanna about moving to Leavine Family Racing for 2019 and his goals for the season....
  • • Leavine Family Racing Moves to Toyota in 2019; DiBenedetto Named Driver
    Another silly season domino has fallen and another long-time rumor can be put to rest after Leavine Family Racing officially announced Wednesday the team will add Matt DiBenedetto to the N0. 95 car which will move to Toyota in 2019. After months of rumors that the team would move to Toyota and acquire a technical alliance with Joe Gibbs Racing, the...
  • • Leavine Family Racing Swaps to Toyota, Brings DiBenedetto On Board
    By David Morgan, NASCAR Editor Leavine Family Racing took another step toward their future on Wednesday as the team announced they would be swapping manufacturers to Toyota and bringing Matt DiBenedetto on board to drive their No. 95 Camry in 2019. Since first joining the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series ranks in 2011, LFR has run with both Ford an...
  • • Leavine Family NASCAR team announces Kasey Kahne's 2019 replacement
    Leavine Family Racing has announced Matt DiBenedetto as Kasey Kahne's full-time NASCAR Cup Series replacement for the 2019 season...
  • • DiBenedetto to drive Toyota for Leavine Family Racing
    Matt DiBenedetto will drive for Leavine Family Racing next season and the team will field Toyota Camrys...
  • • Matt DiBenedetto joins Leavine Family Racing for 2019
    On Wednesday at the NASCAR Hall of Fame, Leavine Family Racing announced they would switch manufacturers to Toyota and introduced Matt DiBenedetto as the driver of the No. 95 car for the 2019 season. LFR will have a technical alliance with Joe Gibbs Racing in 2019, similar tot he one which was employed by Furniture […]...
  • • DiBenedetto to drive Toyota for Leavine Family Racing
    CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Matt DiBenedetto will drive for Leavine Family Racing next season and the team will field Toyota Camrys. The team currently uses Chevrolet but will receive engines and technology, data and technical assistance from Toyota Racing Development in 2019. The team will receive its chassis from Joe Gibbs Racing. Kasey Kahne drove fo...
  • • NASCAR Cup: Kasey Kahne out rest of season
    In August, Kasey Kahne announced his retirement from full-time competition in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, effective at the end of the 2018 season. That retirement, though, has come earlier than inspected because of an ongoing health issue that has prohibited him from receiving medical clearance for the remainder of the Cup Series season. ...
  • • Kahne Says Goodbye to NASCAR as Medical Clearance is Denied
    By David Morgan, NASCAR Editor Since taking a step back for medical reasons five weeks ago, Kasey Kahne and the No. 95 Leavine Family Racing team had held out hope that their driver could return to the cockpit to finish out the remainder of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season on his own terms, but alas, it was not to be. News came down Tues...
  • • Kasey Kahne to remain out, misses Dover
    Kasey Kahne remains sidelined following dehydration he suffered at Darlington. An update about Kahne’s status is expected to come sometime after the running of the Gander Outdoors 400 at Dover International Speedway. Regan Smith remains as the driver of the No. 95 Chevrolet of Leavine Family Racing. Smith has appeared in four races for the [&...

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Top news - Leavine Family Racing

  • Kasey Kahne talks career transitions and working with a new team
    Kasey Kahne talks about his career transitions over the years racing the No. 9 car to running the iconic No. 5 Hendrick to now working with Leavine-Family Racing....
  • • LFR Owner said crew chief change for Kahne was necessary
    Appearing on SiriusXM Nascar’s “The Late Shift,” Leavine Family Racing owner Rob Leavine talked about the teams recent decision to fire Travis Mack after just 15 races with driver Kasey Kahne. Lead engineer Jon Leonard replaced Mack. “It wasn’t just off-the-cuff, it was well thought out,” Leavine said. “Kasey, I kept him in the lo...
  • • NASCAR Cup: Kasey Kahne has new crew chief at Sonoma
    Jon Leonard will begin his second stint as interim crew chief on the No. 95 Leavine Family Racing team in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, this time with Kasey Kahne as driver, with Sunday’s running of the Toyota/Save Mart 350 at Sonoma (Calif.) Raceway. He replaces Travis Mack, who was in his first season with team before being fired since th...
  • • A Welcome Fourth-Place Finish for Kahne, Leavine Family Racing
    By David Morgan, NASCAR Editor DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – To say that 2018 has been a struggle for Kasey Kahne and Leavine Family Racing would be an understatement, but on Saturday night at Daytona, the No. 95 team nearly made all of their troubles disappear as they were in the running for their first win all the way down the stretch, eventually ending ...
  • • NASCAR Cup: Kevin Harvick, Kasey Kahne lose points at Pocono
    NASCAR’s weekly penalty report, released Wednesday, confirmed 10-point deductions for Kevin Harvick and his No. 4 Stewart-Haas Racing team and Kasey Kahne and his No. 95 Leavine Family Racing team after the NASCAR weekend at Pocono Raceway in Long Pond, Pa., that culminated in the July 29 running of the Gander Outdoors 400 for the Monster Energy NA...
  • • NASCAR Xfinity: Travis Mack is Michael Annett’s new crew chief
    Michael Annett has a new crew chief in Travis Mack. Matt replaced Jason Stockert as crew chief on the No. 5 JR Motorsports team in the NASCAR Xfinity Series ahead of Saturday’s Zippo 200 at The Glen at Watkins Glen (N.Y.) International. Stockert has been moved to another position within JRM. “We are constantly building toward the team’s future,” JR...
  • • NASCAR Cup: Leavine Family Racing wants to join Toyota camp
    Bob Leavine, owner of the No. 95 Leavine Family Racing team in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, wants to keep Kasey Kahne behind the wheel of his race car in 2019, but he’d like to switch manufacturers. He wants to trade in his Chevrolet for a Toyota. He already has notified longtime Chevrolet team Richard Childress Racing that he will be endi...
  • • Kasey Kahne Retiring From Full-Time NASCAR Racing
    Kasey Kahne has announced that he would be retiring from full-time NASCAR competition at the end of the 2018 NASCAR season. Kahne, who turned 38 years old in April, began his NASCAR career in 2002 driving for Robert Yates in the NASCAR Busch Grand National Series. He began running full-time in Cup in 2004. Kahne has 527 starts in the Monster Energy...
  • • NASCAR driver Kasey Kahne retiring after 15 Cup seasons
    CONCORD, N.C. (AP) — NASCAR driver Kasey Kahne says he is retiring from full-time racing. The 38-year-old Kahne announced his intentions Thursday on Twitter, saying “I’m not sure what the future holds for me, but I’m at ease with the decision that I have made.” The former Hendrick Motorsports driver has 18 victories in 15 years in the Cup Series, i...
  • • Kasey Kahne retires from racing full time in NASCAR
    Kasey Kahne has announced via social media that the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season will be his last full time. In his statement, Kahne thanked the No. 95 Leavine Family Racing team for allowing him to drive for them this season and mentioned that he had an offer from them for the 2019 […]...
  • • Kasey Kahne to retire from full-time NASCAR after 2018
    Kasey Kahne will retire from full-time NASCAR competition at the end of the year, having turned down an option to continue with Cup series outfit Leavine Family Racing in 2019...
  • • Kasey Kahne to stop racing full-time in NASCAR Cup Series
    Kahne, 38, is in his first year driving the No. 95 Chevrolet for Leavine Family Racing and currently is 28th in the Cup Series standings....
  • • Kahne to Retire from Full-Time NASCAR Competition
    BRISTOL, Tenn. – The changing of the guard in NASCAR continues as Kasey Kahne announces his retirement from full-time NASCAR competition at the end of the 2018 season. Kahne, a 15-year veteran of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, currently drives the No. 95 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 for Leavine Family Racing. In his 15-year tenure, Kahne has never o...
  • • NASCAR Cup: Kasey Kahne announces retirement
    Kasey Kahne announced via Twitter (@KaseyKahne) on Thursday morning his retirement from full-time NASCAR competition at the end of the 2018 season. Below, is the statement he tweeted: Kahne was offered an additional year on his contract with Leavine Family Racing to continue as driver of the No. 95 in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series in 2019. T...
  • • Kasey Kahne allegedly turned down SHR offer
    Kasey Kahne announced via social media on Thursday that he was stepping away from NASCAR as a full-time driver. Kahne thanked the No. 96 Leavine Family Racing team for giving him the oppurtunity to compete this season and allueded that the team had given him an offer to drive in 2019. Now a report from […]...

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