According to The Athletic, it is a one-year deal.
Stenhouse is in his second year driving for JTG. He has four top fives, six top 10s and one pole with the organization.
Overall, Stenhouse has two NASCAR Cup Series victories, 19 top fives, and 40 top 10s. He earned his two wins in 2017 when he finished a career-best 13th in the championship standings.
The two-time NASCAR Xfinity Series champion will be the lone driver for JTG next year. The team already announced it will downsize to one entry, folding its No. 37. Ryan Preece has driven the No. 37 as an open car this season.
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Mark Kristl joined Frontstretch at the beginning of the 2019 NASCAR season. He is the site's ARCA Menards Series editor. Kristl is also an Eagle Scout and a proud University of Dayton alum.
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