Who drives the Monster Energy car?

Who drives the Monster Energy car?

Riley Herbst is the driver of the No. 98 Monster Energy Ford Mustang for Stewart-Haas Racing in the NASCAR Xfinity Series. He is a racer from Las Vegas who is taking his family name from the deserts of the southwest to the asphalt tracks of NASCAR….

What is Ken Block known for?

Kenneth Paul Block (born November 21, 1967) is a professional rally driver with the Hoonigan Racing Division, formerly known as the Monster World Rally Team. Block is also one of the co-founders of DC Shoes.

What is the horsepower of a rally car?

Rally cars used in WRC are capable of up to 380 HP, or 280 kW, of power. They do this at around 6,000 RPM, with maximum torque estimated to be around 450 Nm, but certainly more than 425 Nm. However, they are limited to these numbers, mostly for safety and cost reasons, through the use of air restrictors.

Who owns the 99 xfinity?

B. J. McLeod Motorsports
Stefan Parsons (born June 15, 1998) is an American professional stock car racing driver. He competes full-time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, driving the No. 99 Chevrolet Camaro for B. J….

Stefan Parsons
31 races run over 4 years
Car no., team No. 99 (B. J. McLeod Motorsports)
2021 position 38th
Best finish 36th (2020)

Who owns the 98 in xfinity?

Riley Herbst
Stewart-Haas Racing announced Thursday that Riley Herbst will drive the No. 98 Ford Mustang in the NASCAR Xfinity Series next season, taking over for Chase Briscoe. The team also announced that Monster Energy, a longtime partner of Herbst, will serve as the car’s primary sponsor in 2021.

What number is the Monster Energy car?

Today 23XI Racing announced that Kurt Busch will join the organization to pilot the No. 45 Monster Energy Toyota Camry car beginning with the 2022 NASCAR Cup Series season.

Do rally cars have turbos?

World Rally Cars are heavily modified in order to achieve maximum performance, but they are based on production cars. World Rally Cars are equipped with 1.6-liter direct-injection turbocharged engines, and all cars—including the Yaris WRC—make use of inline four-cylinder engines mounted in a transverse position.