Erik Jones has accomplished many milestones in his 25 years and already left his name in the NASCAR history books. During his debut season in the Cup Series, Jones earned Sunoco Rookie of the year honors becoming the first driver to win the honor in all three of NASCAR's top series. Joining forces with Richard Petty Motorsports to drive the iconic No. 43, Jones is setting high goals for 2021.

Richard Petty & Andrew Murstein


Known to many simply as "The King," NASCAR Hall of Famer Richard Petty is the most decorated driver in the history of NASCAR. WIth a record number 200 career race wins and seven NASCAR Cup Series Championship during his illustrious career, there is a reason he wears the crown.

Andrew Murstein is the founder, president and largest shareholder of the Medallion Financial Corporation. Under Murstein's leadership, today Medallion manages over $1 Billion in investments. Murstein has been named among Crain's New York Business' "40 Under 40". In late 2010, Medallion Financial was one of several parties involved in the purchase of Richard Petty Motorsports.

Jerry Baxter


A California native and West Coast Stock Car Hall of Fame Inductee, Jerry Baxtor has been a victorious crew chief since 1985. From 2012 to 2019, Baxter served as crew chief in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series leading several drivers and collecting 16 wins.


Engine: Chevrolet RO7, ZL1 1LE has a 6.2 liter supercharged V-8 running on gasoline
Horsepower: 725 @ 9000 RPM
Torque: 550 ft./lb. @ 7500 RPM
Max Displacement: 358 cu. in.
Transmission: Race-Prepared Four-Speed Manual
Fuel: Sunoco Green E15
Capacity: 18 Gal.