Who drove the 43 Cheerios NASCAR?
The No. 43 car has been in more than 2,000 NASCAR Cup Series races, and Richard Petty — aka the “King — has been behind the wheel for 1,125 of them. His race team, Richard Petty Motorsports, announced Erik Jones would add his name to this list in 2021. Here’s a look back at some of the No.
Which NASCAR driver was sponsored by Cheerios?
On December 11, 2013, it was announced by RCR that Dillon will drive the No. 3 Chevrolet in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series with Cheerios and Dow Chemical Company as the primary sponsors.
Who drove the 43 car in 1997?
Bobby Hamilton, 1995-1997 Three years in the No. 43 produced two victories for Bobby Hamilton. Bobby Hamilton won at Phoenix in 1996 (pictured) and Rockingham in 1997.
Who drove the 43 car in 2009?
9, Elliott Sadler in the No. 19, Reed Sorenson driving the famed No. 43, and A. J. Allmendinger driving the No. 44.
Where is Richard Petty Motorsports?
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Richard Petty Motorsports
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Who drives the 43 car in NASCAR 2021?
Driver Erik Jones
NASCAR Driver Erik Jones’ Car Will Sport a Special Ops Paint Scheme at Talladega. Richard Petty Motorsports’ #43 Chevrolet will feature a new paint scheme for the 2021 YellaWood 500 NASCAR Cup Series race at Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama.
Who drives Honey Nut Cheerios?
They returned back in 2014 with the #33 Richard Childress Racing Chevorlet driven by Austin Dillon with Honey Nut Cheerios and moved with Dillon to the #3 car. They currently sponsor the numbers 37 (main) and 47 (associate) with JTG Daugherty Racing….Cheerios.
How is Richard Petty doing?
Today, he is as busy as ever and spends much of his time overseeing the operations of Richard Petty Motorsports, a race team competing at NASCAR’s highest level, as well as Petty’s Garage high performance speed shop.
Who’s number 43 in NASCAR?
Richard Petty Motorsports hired Erik Jones on Wednesday to replace Bubba Wallace in the No. 43 Chevrolet for the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series season.
When was the last win for the 43 car?
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — A funny thing happened while Richard Petty was at home reading the comics: His famous No. 43 car reached victory lane for the first time since 1999.
Is Petty Enterprises still racing?
Petty Enterprises ran from 1949 until 2008. The team closed shop in January 2009 and merged with Gillett Evernham Motorsports after sponsorship could not be found for any of the cars in the Petty stable; the merged team took the name Richard Petty Motorsports, adopting a logo similar to that of Petty Enterprises’ logo.
Who actually owns Richard Petty Motorsports?
A performance and marketing driven company, Richard Petty Motorsports (RPM), co-owned by NASCAR Hall of Famer Richard Petty and successful business entrepreneur Andrew Murstein, is one of the most recognized brands in all of motorsports.