Tuesday, SHR spokesman Mike Arning said in an email to FOXSports.com that the organization is moving toward re-signing Patrick and securing a new primary sponsor for her car in the 2016 season, FOX Sports reports.
Busch took the checkered flag at Indianapolis on Sunday for his third straight victory as well as his fourth in the last five races. In the Chase Era, Jimmie Johnson is the only other driver to log three or more consecutive wins. Johnson strung together four straight victories in the 2007 Chase on his way to the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship and won three consecutive races in the 2004 Chase. Busch is the first driver in the Chase Era to win three consecutive races during the regular season, NASCAR PR reports.
Keselowski and the No. 2 Miller Lite Ford Fusion team drove a spirited race, led three times for 17 laps, had to pit from the lead late and went on to settle for a hard-fought 10th-place finish on Sunday afternoon at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, teampenske.com reports.
Busch, driver of the No. 41 Haas Automation Chevrolet SS for SHR, finished eighth to earn his fifth Top 10 in 15 career Sprint Cup starts at Indianapolis and his 12th Top 10 this season, stewarthaasracing.com reports.
Kenseth started the No. 20 Dollar General Toyota in the 23rd position at the Brickyard and was able to drive his way into the Top 15 over the course of the opening green flag run. A series of late cautions would allow Kenseth to advance back into the Top 10 late and he would finish seventh in the Jeff Kyle 400, joegibbsracing.com reports.