Busch, the 2004 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series winner, will combine Chip Ganassi for your 2019 season, forcing the No. 1 Chevrolet, substituting veteran Jamie McMurray. Additionally moving with Busch is his exemptions from Monster Energy.
Busch’s death from SHR (along with his host ) and move to Ganassi was first reported by Motorsport.com in August.
In five seasons forcing the No. 41 Ford to get SHR, Busch won six races — at least one each year, such as the 2017 Daytona 500. His very best series standings finish at SHR was seventh, both in 2016 and this past season.
In 638 career starts in Cup, Busch has 30 wins, 137 top-five and 280 top-10 finishes. He’s won 27 sticks, such as five this past season (the most of any driver in 2018).
He also has five career wins at the Xfinity Series and four at Trucks.