"I'm looking forward to working with the team, working with Roush Yates, Ford Performance and Team Penske to see what we can do.
Ryan (Blaney) has done a fantastic job and is a constant threat to run up front.
“Ryan (Blaney) has done a fantastic job and is a constant threat to run up front.
Hopefully, we can do the same thing and keep the momentum going into 2018 and beyond.” For the last seven seasons, Menard has run with Richard Childress Racing.
OFFICIAL TEAM/DRIVER LINKS Richard Childress Racing Childress Vineyards Childress Institute for Pediatric Trauma ECR Engines RCR Street Performance Group PRIMARY SPONSORS LINKS Menards (2017) Menards partners featured on the hood at various races Duracell Dutch Boy FVP Jack Link's Knauf Insulation Libman Moen Nibco Peak Richmond Water Heaters Rockstar Energy Drink Schrock Schrock / Menard Sylvania Tarkett Valvoline SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS Richard Childress Racing - Twitter RCRCup - Twitter Richard Childress Racing - Facebook Richard Childress Racing - Instagram Richard Childress Racing - You Tube Paul Menard - Facebook STATISTICS Paul Menard - ESPN Paul Menard - Racing MORE INFO 2017 #27 Paint Schemes 2016 #27 Paint Schemes 2015 #27 Paint Schemes Paint Scheme Gallery Driver Appearances Team Address/Contact Menards partners featured on the hood of the #27 so far in 2017 Daytona - 2/26, Peak Atlanta - 3/5, Richmond Water Heaters Las Vegas - 3/12, Valvoline Phoenix - 3/19, FVP Auto Club - 3/26, Jack Link's Martinsville - 4/2, Duracell Texas - 4/9, Dutch Boy Bristol - 4/23, Libman Richmond - 4/30, Rock Star Energy Talladega - 5/7, Valvoline Kansas - 5/13, FVP Showdown, Charlotte - 5/19, Knauf Charlotte - 5/28, Knauf Dover - 6/4, Duracell Pocono - 6/11, Dutch Boy Michigan - 6/18, Nibco Sonoma - 6/25, Tarkett Daytona - 7/1, Moen Kentucky - 7/8, Sylvania LED New Hampshire - 7/16, Sylvania LED Indy - 7/23, Valvoline Pocono - 7/30, Moen Watkins Glen - 8/6, Dutch Boy Michigan - 8/13, Dutch Boy Bristol - 8/19, Knauf Darlington - 9/3, Dutch Boy throwback Richmond - 9/9, Richmond Chicago - 9/17, Moen New Hampshire - 9/24, Sylvania Dover - 10/1, Richmond Charlotte - 10/7, Schrock Talladega - 10/15, Knauf Kansas - 10/22, , Richmond Martinsville - 10/29, Libman Texas - 11/5, Atlas Phoenix - 11/12, Duracell Homestead - 11/19, Richmond Water Heaters Contract Status: Sponsor: 2017 and leaves; Driver: 2017 and leaves#27 Team / Driver News Richard Petty Motorsports switching from Ford to Chevrolet, aligning with Childress: Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series team Richard Petty Motorsports is closing in on announcing that it will switch manufacturers from Ford to Chevrolet starting in '18, according to sources.[More](12-7-2017)Andy Petree named VP of Competition at RCR; Eric Warren named Chief Technology Officer: Richard Childress Racing (RCR) has named Andy Petree as its new Vice President of Competition, and Dr.
We are looking forward to finishing out this season with Ryan (Blaney), going for more wins and maybe even a championship, and continuing that with Paul in 2018." The technical alliance between Wood Brothers Racing and Team Penske will continue in 2018. It means Menard will also run a handful of Xfinity Series races next season under the Team Penske banner.On Wednesday, team owner Richard Childress said he expects to announce plans for Menard’s replacement at a later date.“Together, we have enjoyed a tremendous amount of success, including Paul’s emotional win at Indianapolis in 2011,” Childress said. Everyone at RCR wishes both Paul and Menards nothing but the best in the future.Menard and the Wood Brothers will compete full-time in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.Regarding sponsorship, the organization says Menards, the company founded by John Menard that has long supported Paul's career, will adorn the car in 22 races while plans for Motorcraft/Quick Lane will be announced in the future.