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RFK Racing Teases The Return of Stage 60

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What’s Happening?

On Wednesday morning, RFK Racing’s Stage 60 broke a nearly 3-month social media hiatus by posting a picture with the caption, “Who’s Next?”. Fans were all over this tweet, giving their thoughts on who the next driver of Stage 60 could be. Here are some of the most interesting responses.

  • Stage 60 was founded by RFK Racing this season. The first race of Stage 60 was the Daytona 500, where David Ragan made a one-off start. The number 60 was utilized by Jack Roush for years in the NASCAR Xfinity Series.
  • Every manufacturer seems to have an “All-Star Car” in the Cup Series that allows them to bring in other drivers. Chevrolet had “Project 91” with Trackhouse, and Toyota has the No. 50 car with 23XI Racing.
  • Fans quickly sprung into action, giving their own opinions about who could drive the car. Their opinions ranged from current and former Cup Series drivers to racing stars from around the world.

In the Stands

Matthew Breault immediately thought of Ford Supercars star Cam Waters. Waters has 2 Truck Series starts this season with ThorSport, a fellow Ford team.

Ihave40wins wants to see Ryan Newman back in the Cup Series with the team. Newman made a few starts in the Cup Series in 2023 with Rick Ware Racing.

Thefifthturn suggested RFK Racing leasing the 3rd Spire charter for Michael McDowell in 2024. That seems unlikely as both teams partner with different manufacturers.

Samir Adeel Siddiqui wants to see Boris Said back in the Cup Series. Said has two career NASCAR wins, one in the Xfinity Series at Montreal in 2009 and one in the Truck Series at Sonoma in 2010.

Justin Tyler joins the chorus of people who want to see Carl Edwards back behind the driver’s seat. Could Edwards return via Stage 60?

RFK#17fan suggests Ty Majeski, who currently races full-time in the Craftsman Truck Series for Ford at ThorSport. What about him getting an opportunity in the Cup Series?

Brandon gave his ideal choice, Carl Edwards. However, the more realistic options are all interesting names.

Full Circle Racing Designs looks further into RFK’s past. Greg Biffle drove the No. 60 car in Xfinity and the No. 16 car in the Cup Series for the team.

Andrew Higginbotham was one of many who volunteered their services for the car.

A surprising pick from Animal Mother, but, Juan Pablo Montoya is a two-time Cup Series winner.

There are plenty of options for RFK Racing to join Stage 60. Which one will it be?

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