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HUNTERSVILLE, N.C. – Joe Gibbs Racing announced today that crew chief Scott Graves will be leaving the organization effective immediately. Dave Rogers, who has been serving as Technical Director for JGR Xfinity Series Operations, will assume the duties of crew chief for the No. 19 team for remainder of this season. Rogers has previously served in the role of crew chief on the No. 19 in 2016 and part of the 2017 season. The post Rogers New Crew Chief for Suarez appeared first on MRN - Motor Racing Network.

Rogers New Crew Chief for Suarez

HUNTERSVILLE, N.C. – Joe Gibbs Racing announced today that crew chief Scott Graves will be leaving the organization effective immediately.

Dave Rogers, who has been serving as Technical Director for JGR Xfinity Series Operations, will assume the duties of crew chief for the No. 19 team for remainder of this season. Rogers has previously served in the role of crew chief on the No. 19 in 2016 and part of the 2017 season.

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