NASCAR: Ryan Preece to take over for Cole Custer at Stewart-Haas Racing

Ryan Preece is back in the NASCAR Cup Series full-time. Stewart-Haas Racing announced Wednesday that Preece would take over the No. 41 car in 2023. He'll replace Cole Custer as Custer drops down to the Xfinity Series to run a second car for the team.

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Stewart-Haas Racing promotes Preece to full-time Cup ride in No. 41 Ford

Stewart-Haas Racing moves Ryan Preece into a full-time ride in the NASCAR Cup Series, shifting Cole Custer to the Xfinity Series.

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Ryan Preece replaces Cole Custer in No. 41 Cup car - NBC Sports

Stewart-Haas Racing has named Ryan Preece to replace Cole Custer in the team's No. 41 Cup cars.

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Stewart-Haas Racing Promotes Ryan Preece to NASCAR Cup Series

Stewart-Haas Racing (SHR) has promoted Ryan Preece from his reserve driver role with the organization to the NASCAR Cup Series where the 32-year-old r...

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NASCAR: Stewart-Haas Racing driver on the hot seat?

Has Cole Custer found himself on the hot seat at Stewart-Haas Racing after a continued struggle throughout the 2022 NASCAR Cup Series season?

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Preece to drive in Cup as Stewart wins battle

Tony Stewart won the battle with partner Gene Haas over next year's NASCAR lineup by giving reserve driver Ryan Preece a shot with a top-tier Cup organization.

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Ryan Preece Back To NASCAR Cup Series Full-Time In 2023 - RaceDayCT.com

Preece, a longtime regular at Stafford Speedway, Thompson Speedway and Riverhead Raceway, won the 2013 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour championship. In 2017 he got his first Xfinity Series at Iowa Speedway driving for Joe Gibbs Racing.

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Tony Stewart gets his driver: Ryan Preece promoted to Cup - KYMA

By JENNA FRYER AP Auto Racing Writer. CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Tony Stewart won the battle with partner Gene Haas over who would drive the No. 41 Ford next season. Haas said he wanted Cole Custer to return for a fourth season, but Stewart wanted to ...

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