David Ragan to sub for Kyle Busch in No. 18 Toyota
Play: NASCAR Fantasy Live Joe Gibbs Racing announced Tuesday that David Ragan will serve as interim driver in place of injured Kyle Busch for the next several weeks beginning this weekend at Atlanta Motor
Hot Lap: David Ragan gives a point-of-view look at Kansas Speedway
Take a pace lap around Kansas Speedway with David Ragan as he explains some of the nuances of the track from a driver's perspective.
Press Pass: David Ragan
David Ragan talks about winning an exciting race at Talladega after a long weather delay.
Schluter-Systems to Sponsor David Ragan at Talladega
that Schluter-Systems will be the primary sponsor of David Ragan 's No. 23 Toyota Camry at Talladega Superspeedway ..... Systems North America. "We've come to get to know David Ragan and the whole team at BK Racing , and our relationship
David Ragan to drive No. 55 full-time for MWR
sidelined because of blood clots David Ragan will take over the No. 55 Michael ..... season. "The opportunity to bring David Ragan into the team is incredible for ..... strong and race 4 the Chase! — David Ragan (@DavidRagan) April 28, 2015
David Ragan has special guest at Kentucky
Teen who's a patient at Shriners Hospital in Cincinnati will attend Cup race SPARTA, Ky. -- David Ragan will have a special guest with him when he hits the track this weekend at Kentucky Speedway. Hunter Rogers, an avid NASCAR fan
David Ragan to have special guest for Charlotte race
David Ragan 's plans for this weekend's race in the NASCAR industry's backyard will take on special meaning, with birthday accommodations
David Ragan 2014 driver profile
RELATED: 2014 Sprint Cup Series driver profiles David Ragan and his Front Row Motorsports teammate, David Gilliland , became the two Davids who beat the NASCAR Goliaths with a one-two
David Ragan lands with BK Racing
RELATED: Driver Tracker " Offseason moves David Ragan has landed a ride with BK Racing for the 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. The team announced the news Monday afternoon after the veteran driver had confirmed his move to FOX5 in Atlanta earlier in the day. EXCLUSIVE: Hear @DavidRagan talk about his new ride with @BKRacing_2383 #NASCAR @NASCARONFOX pic.twitter.com/M7O7wfOZWL — FOX 5 Sports (@FOX5Sports) January 25, 2016 Ragan will pilot the No. 23 Toyota for the team, which will field two full-time entries in 2016. Ragan told SiriusXM NASCAR Radio's Dave Moody that Patrick Donahue will be his crew chief. Earlier in the day, BK Racing announced that Matt DiBenedetto would drive the No. 83 Toyota with Gene Nead as the crew chief. "I'm happy to be part of something that has so much growth potential," Ragan said in a team release. "(Team owner) Ron (Devine) has steadily built his program over the last five years. "He's made an even greater commitment in 2016 with new cars, equipment and additional personnel. I feel that we'll be in a position to bring the team to the next level. I'm looking forward to the season." Ragan will carry sponsorship from Dr. Pepper for multiple races in 2016 and the soft drink will also be an associate sponsor on the team's cars throughout the season. Additional sponsorship for the No. 23 team will be announced over the coming weeks, according to the team release. Jeb Burton finished out the 2015 season in the No. 23 Toyota and indicated on Twitter that he is working on his 2016 plans. pic.twitter.com/fUOlAONTvR — Jeb Burton (@JebBurtonRacing) January 25, 2016 Last season, Ragan started all 36 races in the sport's top series, but was a super-sub of sorts. He started the year in the No. 34 Ford for Front Row Motorsports but after one race shifted over to the No. 18 Toyota of Joe Gibbs Racing to fill in for the injured Kyle Busch for nine races. He then finished out the season's last 26 races driving for Michael Waltrip Racing in the No. 55 Toyota. In 2015, Ragan recorded one top 10 and finished 27th in the point standings. In his Sprint Cup career, Ragan has two wins in 326 starts over 10 years. His last win came in May of 2013 at Talladega Superspeedway for Front Row and was also the organization's first -- and, to date, only -- Cup win. "We're very excited to have a driver of David's caliber join our team," Devine said in a team release. "In addition to being a race winner, I feel that his input and leadership qualities will benefit the team on many levels. Our entire organization is energized to work with him."
David Ragan gives back in Georgia hometown
NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver David Ragan gave back to his hometown of Unadilla, Georgia on Saturday by distributing food with Feed the Children. Ragan was the highest