Chris Buescher1992-10-29 (age 26)
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Chris Buescher ended up fastest in Saturday’s first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series practice session at ISM Raceway.
Chris Buescher and Ryan Preece both impressed in the JTG Daugherty Racing Chevrolet Camaros at Atlanta Motor Speedway Sunday.
Chris Buescher stands alone in Saturday night’s Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Kansas Speedway.
Chris Buescher's jackman was injured early in STP 500 at Martinsville Speedway.
Teammates A.J. Allmendinger and Chris Buescher both finished inside the top ten in the season-opening Daytona 500.
The NASCAR Mailbag received a record number of questions this week, leading us to split this edition into two parts.
It’s been a difficult and erratic first season with JTG Daugherty Racing for Chris Buescher but it’s never too late to find speed.
Our team of experts debate some of the biggest questions in NASCAR this week.
Chris Buescher will continue his development program with JTG/Daugherty Racing in 2018, Motorsport.com has learned.
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A.J. Allmendinger never found himself in contention for the win Sunday at Watkins Glen (N.Y.) International, but his JTG Daugherty organization still managed one of its best weekends of the 2017 season.
Ford teams have won all three restrictor-plate races in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series so far this season, but Richard Childress Racing has not been far behind.
Looking for a driver to follow once Dale Earnhardt Jr. retires from full-time competition next season?
Wondering why your favorite drivers are missing from practice?
Mention the possibility of repaving a race track, and it’s unlikely a driver will offer his seal of approval.
Texas Motor Speedway’s repaved track surface is now open for business and it will be less than a month before NASCAR teams find out firsthand how it turned out.
Two laps into the final segment of the Daytona 500, a multi-car wreck occurred between Turns 3 and 4 after Jamie McMurray bumped Jimmie Johnson out of line and Trevor Bayne came up and clipped the No. 48 Chevy.
When Jamie McMurray got the chance of a lifetime to fill in for the sidelined Sterling Marlin in 2002, he made the most of his opportunity.
The decline in performance at Roush Fenway Racing is best expressed in one stark statistic.
Roush Fenway Racing has announced that they will field two Cup cars in 2017 with the No. 6 of Trevor Bayne and the No. 17 of Ricky Stenhouse Jr.
An eventful week continues for Roush Fenway Racing as sponsor Zest opts not to renew their sponsorship for 2017.