NASCAR: Ryan Preece To Take Over For Cole Custer At Stewart-Haas Racing

Ryan Preece of Berlin, CT 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.

Stewart-Haas Racing Promotes Ryan Preece to NASCAR Cup Series

Ryan Preece Parlays Reserve Driver Role Into NASCAR Cup Series Drive;  New Englander Will Pilot No. 41 Ford Mustang for Stewart-Haas Racing in 2023 KANNAPOLIS, N.C. (Nov. 16, 2022) – 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 racer from Berlin, Connecticut, will drive the team’s No. 41 Ford Mustang beginning in 2023.

Tom Carey III Dominates ACT Sunoco World Series 75, Preece Swoops in Late for $10,000 Sunoco 100 Open Modified Win

Thompson, CT — The epic Saturday portion of the 60th Sunoco World Series presented by Budweiser featured all important end-of-year action for the divisions present with championship implications laying in every corner. Deserving winners across the board made their mark in World Series victory lane Saturday all in preparation for bigger and better things to come.

Preece Captures Thompson Speedway Open

THOMPSON, Conn. – Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park returned to oval track racing on Wednesday, September 14 and it was a familiar face in Victory Lane when the night was over. NASCAR National Series standout and former track champion Ryan Preece of Berlin, CT returned to Connecticut in his own No. 40 Modified and pulled away from the field in the final laps to score the $5,000 prize in the Tripoint Showdown 75.

Ryan Preece Pulls Away Late To Capture Tripoint Showdown 75 Win at Thompson

THOMPSON, Conn. – Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park returned to oval track racing on Wednesday, September 14 and it was a familiar face in Victory Lane when the night was over. NASCAR National Series standout and former track champion Ryan Preece returned to Connecticut in his own No. 40 Modified and pulled away from the field in the final laps to score the $5,000 prize in the Tripoint Showdown 75.

Ryan Preece Finishes Third at Kansas, Puts DGR’s 17 in Round of Eight

While Berlin, CT’s Ryan Preece is a part-time NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver, the David Gilliland Racing truck he drove is in the Owner Playoffs. His third-place finish at Kansas Speedway advanced the No. 17 Ford F-150 into the Round of Eight.

Preece Delivers Team DGR Back-to-back Wins at Nashville

For the second-time in two years, Ryan Preece took the checkered flag in the Rackley Roofing 200 at Nashville Superspeedway. Preece, driving part-time for Team DGR, has now won both NASCAR Camping World Truck Series events at Nashville since the sport returned to the track in 2021.

Preece Holds Off Smith to Defend NASCAR Truck Series Win at Nashville

LEBANON, Tenn. – His tires chattering with age over the final few laps, Ryan Preece of Berlin, CT held off charging Zane Smith and Carson Hocevar to win Friday night’s Rackley Roofing 200 at Nashville Superspeedway.