Veteran Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and rookie Ryan Preece have joined the KHI Management group, the sole current Cup drivers outside Harvick himself to be symbolized by the agency.
“Within the months, I’ve done lots of thinking about everything and I need assistance,” Preece said during Wednesday’s Daytona. “Kevin’been a enormous support and all his employees, everybody on the team.
“This was actually the reason. It’s been good to work together with them. It’s something I’m definitely going to enjoy. Kevin is a racer. I speak to him and can increase to him. When he responds to me at this time I will relate to everything.
“It makes it effortless for me. ”
Preece said as he begins his fulltime move to the Cup series, and it is a whole different level than the racing that has become the foundation of his career he was seeking an agency.
Stenhouse, a two-time Cup Series winner, will begin his seventh full season behind the wheel of the No. 17 Ford for Roush Fenway Racing.
“I’m very excited to team up with individuals at KHI Management,” Stenhouse explained. Both on and off the track would be second to none.
“I really enjoy seeing the cross promotions that they perform together with all their customers and sponsors and enjoy being a component of them for decades in the future. ”
KHI Management has also signed a three-time winner on the PGA Tour, Vaughn Taylor, linking Jason Gore, golfers James Hahn and Chesson Hadley.
KHI Management also reflects UFC fighter Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone, who is now in discussions to fight former two-division UFC champion conor-mcgregor; Truck Series driver Harrison Burton; Fox Sports author Shannon Spake; amateur motocross prodigy Ryder DiFrancesco; along with NBC Sports NASCAR analyst Jeff Burton.