Wallace remains without a full-time Cup Series ride for next season mostly because of lack of sponsorship, however that hasn't stopped him from trying.Throughout the last week, he has been making his presence and ability to drive fans to one company in particular: Dominos.(CBS Sports)[Read More Here](10-1-2017)Friday Chicagoland Notebook Chase Elliott's playoff game plan: improvement and consistency In his final 10 races in the #24 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet, Chase Elliott doesn't feel he can afford to look beyond his own efforts and his own team during his second run in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Playoff.Almirola has been the full-time driver of the #43 since 2012. Almirola enters the Homestead-Miami Speedway with 243 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series starts. He has the most starts for the organization that started in 2009.The highlight of the tenure is Almirola's win in the 2014 Coke Zero 400 at the Daytona International Speedway. Air Force has been a supporter of RPM since its inception in 2009.[More](11-8-2017)Richard Petty Motorsports will not switch to Toyota: Richard 'The King' Petty may not know which manufacturer his team, Richard Petty Motorsports (RPM) will run in 2018 and beyond but Kickin' the Tires has confirmed it won't be a Toyota.In recent outings, Elliott and his #24 team haven't performed to expectations.As a consequence, improved performance is a priority as the 10-race playoff begins.as the next driver of the #43, made famous by team co-owner, "The King," Richard Petty. Wallace, 24, will compete full-time in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series and for the Sunoco Rookie of The Year beginning at the 2018 Daytona 500.Wallace, 24, will compete full-time in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series and contend for the Sunoco Rookie of the Year award beginning at the 2018 Daytona 500 on Sunday, February 18th. Wallace, a native of Mobile, Alabama, is already one of the sport's most popular figures with an incredible record of success behind the wheel.
"My mother would come back and haunt us home," Petty said of what would happen if a beer sponsor showed on up the #43.
Petty believes that Wallace brings the current youth movement to RPM.
Partners (sponsors and manufacturer) for Wallace and the #43 team for the 2018 season will be announced at a later date.
1st First Full-Time Black NASCAR Cup Series Driver Since 1971 On Wednesday, Richard Petty Motorsports announced Darrell Wallace Jr.
(nicknamed Bubba), will be the full-time driver of their #43 car next season, with sponsorship / manufacturer / alliance announcements to be made at later date. will be just the 2nd known black driver in series history to drive a full schedule, joining Wendell Scott, who is also the only black driver with a win, top-5 or top-10 finish. came close to joining Scott with a top-10, finishing 11th at Kentucky in his final start relieving an injured Aric Almirola.(ESPN Stats)[Read More Here and See lots of Stats]()Transcript: NASCAR Teleconference With Darrell Wallace Jr. It's been a pretty fun journey these last couple months, just getting to know them a little bit more and more, better and better each and every day.