Kyle Busch’s No.18 M&M’S Toyota will feature a bold new look and and an exciting new M&M’S brand in 2015. Fans will see their favorite M&M’S characters featured on a green M&M’S Crispy race car, which will serve as the primary design for the season. We hope you enjoyed this first-look at the car – let us know what you think!
Nov. 27 – Dec. 1
Stock up on all gear for all your favorite Joe Gibbs Racing drivers. Be sure to check out the helmets, which will be 20% off and the autographed diecast for $69.95! Everything else with limited exclusions will be 40 percent off with the code Deal14.
Joe Gibbs Racing is proud and fortunate to have many military veterans on our team. Between them, all five branches of the Uniformed Services are represented. They have served in different capacities all over the world whether in conflict or peacetime. And even though they represent a wide range of ages and backgrounds, they all share a common bond of courage and sacrifice while serving and protecting our country.
Jackman for Joe Gibbs Racing No. 11 Sprint Cup Series Team
Expected to Return for 2015 Daytona 500
Nate Bolling, the jackman on the No. 11 FedEx Sprint Cup Series race team had successful surgery on a torn right triceps this morning and is expected to make a full recovery in time for the 2015 Daytona 500.
Bolling suffered a torn triceps on the second pit stop Saturday night during the Bank of America 500 at Charlotte Motor Speedway. The surgery was performed by Dr. Patrick Connor of OrthoCarolina.
JGR backup jackman Kenneth Purcell filled in Saturday night for Bolling and will serve as the jackman for the No. 11 FedEx team for the remainder of the season. Purcell is a veteran in the sport and was part of four championship seasons with the No. 48 team.
Yamaha Motor Corporation, USA is pleased to announce the extension of our relationship with Joe Gibbs Racing (JGRMX) through a new contract that will see the successful team race YZ450Fs in both the AMA Supercross and Outdoor series for at least the next two years. On top of that, Yamaha is proud to welcome two new riders to the Yamaha JGRMX family.
After an illustrious amateur career, Justin Barcia started off his professional career with a bang, winning the AMA Rookie of the Year award in 2009. He followed that early success with two 250SX East Coast Championships. That same success followed Barcia when he moved up to the 450 Class, as he won two 450SX Supercross races in his first season and took home the 2013 AMA 450 Class Rookie of the Year award. Already a proven winner with an intensity that is unrivaled, Barcia is looking forward to the start of the 2015 Season.
“I have met everyone over at Joe Gibbs Racing and already feel like part of the family, I am excited to start riding and training for the 2015 season,” said Justin Barcia, who has been recovering from ankle surgery earlier in the season.
Joining Barcia on the Toyota/Yamaha/JGRMX team is perennial underdog fan favorite Weston Peick. A long-time Yamaha rider Weston had a breakthrough season in 2014 and looks forward to carrying that momentum into the 2015 season now that he’s back on a YZ450F.
“I couldn’t be more excited to see what the future holds for the Toyota/Yamaha/JGRMX team. With Barcia and Peick under the tent and the improved 2015 YZ450F at their disposal it should be a very exciting year,” said Yamaha Motor Co. Racing Division Manager, Keith McCarty.