M&M’S NASCAR

Proudly supporting the #18 M&M’S Toyota Camry, Mars, Inc. and Joe Gibbs Racing have one of the longest, and most winning, partnerships in NASCAR. In 2019, it was announced that the successful relationship will continue with a multi-year extension.

"On behalf of my wife, Samantha, our son, Brexton, and everyone at Joe Gibbs Racing, M&M’S® and Mars Wrigley Confectionery, we want to thank you for your ongoing support of our No. 18 M&M’S Toyota race team. Last year was a career season for myself and our team. I know my Crew Chief Adam Stevens and the entire team are ready to continue our winning ways on the track in 2019, and we have a lot of exciting things in store for our fans off the track as well. As always, a big thank you goes out to Rowdy Nation for all of your support and we’ll see you at the track!"

–Kyle Busch

2019 racing schedule

DateEventTrackLocation
10-FebDAYTONA 500 QualifyingDaytona International SpeedewayDaytona Beach, Floridanascar-blue-lentil
10-FebAdvance Auto Parts ClashDaytona International SpeedewayDaytona Beach, Floridanascar-blue-lentil
14-FebCan-Am Duel Qualifying RacesDaytona International SpeedewayDaytona Beach, Floridanascar-blue-lentil
17-FebDAYTONA 500Daytona International SpeedewayDaytona Beach, Floridanascar-blue-lentil
24-FebFolds of Honor QuikTrip 500Atlanta Motor SpeedwayHampton, Georgia
3-MarPennzoil 400Las Vegas Motor SpeedwayLas Vegas, Nevadanascar-blue-lentil
10-MarTicketGuardian 500ISM RacewayAvondale, Arizona
17-MarAuto Club 400Auto Club SpeedwayFontana, California
24-MarSTP 500Martinsville SpeedwayMartinsville, Virginianascar-blue-lentil
31-MarO'Reilly Auto Parts 500Texas Motor SpeedwayFt. Worth, Texas
7-AprFood City 500Bristol Motor SpeedwayBristol, Tennessee
13-AprToyota Owner 400Richmond RacewayRichmond, Virginianascar-blue-lentil
28-AprGEICO 500Talladega SuperspeedwayTalladega, Alabamanascar-blue-lentil
5-MayMENCS Race at DoverDover International SpeedwayDover, Delaware
11-MayMENCS Race at KansasKansas SpeedwayKansas City, Kansasnascar-blue-lentil
26-MayCoca-Cola 600Charlotte Motor SpeedwayConcord, North Carolinanascar-blue-lentil
2-JunPocono 400Pocono RacewayLong Pond, Pennsylvanianascar-blue-lentil
9-JunFireKeepers Casino 400Michigan International SpeedwayBrooklyn, Michigannascar-blue-lentil
23-JunToyota / Save Mart 350Sonoma RacewaySonoma, Californianascar-blue-lentil
30-JunOverton's 400Chicagoland SpeedwayJoliet, Illinois
6-JulCoke Zero Sugar 400Daytona International SpeedewayDaytona Beach, Florida
13-JulQuaker State 400Kentucky SpeedwaySparta, Kentuckynascar-blue-lentil
21-JulNew Hampshire 301New Hampshire Motor SpeedwayLoudon, New Hampshire
28-JulGander Outdoors 400Pocono RacewayLong Pond, Pennsylvania
4-AugGoBowling at the GlenWatkins Glen InternationalWatkins Glen, New Yorknascar-blue-lentil
11-AugConsumers Energy 400Michigan International SpeedwayBrooklyn, Michigan
17-AugBass Pro Shops NRA Night RaceBristol Motor SpeedwayBristol, Tennesseenascar-blue-lentil
1-SepBojangles' Southern 500Darlington RacewayDarlington, South Carolina
8-SepBig Machine Vodka Brickyard 400Indianapolis Motor SpeedwayIndianapolis, Indiananascar-blue-lentil
15-SepSouth Point 400Las Vegas Motor SpeedwayLas Vegas, Nevadanascar-blue-lentil
21-SepFederated Auto Parts 400Richmond RacewayRichmond, Virginianascar-blue-lentil
29-SepBank of America Roval 400Charlotte Motor SpeedwayConcord, North Carolinanascar-blue-lentil
6-OctMENCS Race at DoverDover International SpeedwayDover, Delaware
13-Oct1000Bulbs.com 500Talladega SuperspeedwayTalladega, Alabamanascar-blue-lentil
20-OctHollywood Casino 400Kansas SpeedwayKansas City, Kansasnascar-blue-lentil
27-OctFirst Data 500Martinsville SpeedwayMartinsville, Virginianascar-blue-lentil
3-NovAAA Texas 500Texas Motor SpeedwayFt. Worth, Texasnascar-blue-lentil
10-NovCan-Am 500ISM RacewayAvondale, Arizonanascar-blue-lentil
17-NovFord EcoBoost 400Homestead-Miami SpeedwayHomestead, Floridanascar-blue-lentil
KYLE BUSCH FACTS

Kyle Busch made his 500th Cup career start on February 24th, 2019 at Atlanta Motor Speedway Busch is the 2015 NASCAR Cup Series champion.

At the start of the 2019 season, Busch has 51 career Cup Series wins, ranking him 11th on the alltime wins list.

Busch has won a Cup Series race at all 23 tracks at which the series competes, becoming the first driver in the modern era to win at every track where he has made at least one start.

Of the 23 different tracks where Busch has won, he has multiple wins at 13 of them.

The only trophy in the Cup series Kyle has yet to win is the Daytona 500, the "Great American Race.

Mars, Inc. began their partnership with the JGR team in 2008, and in 2019 announced a multyear extension.Mars, Inc and Joe Gibbs Racing have one of the longest, and most winning, partnerships in NASCAR.

Kyle Busch is fast approaching his 200th career win, something only "The King" Richard Petty has accomplished in the sport.

Career Highlights

2005: Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Rookie of the Year
2008: Winner of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Southern 500 at Darlington, SC Raceway
2009: NASCAR Xfinity Series Champion
2010: Set the record of 24 wins among NASCAR’s top-three series – Cup, Xfinity, and Camping World Truck in a single season
2010: First driver in NASCAR history to sweep its top-three touring series - Cup, Xfinity, and Camping World Truck – at a single venue, on a single weekend, at Bristol Motor Speedway in August, and repeated the feat in August 2017
2015: Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Champion
2016: Winner of the Cup Series Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, his second consecutive win of the prestigious race
2018: Winner of eight Cup Series points paying victories
2018: Made the Championship 4 for the fourth consecutive year
2019: Entering 2019, Busch has 193 overall wins in NASCAR’s top three series, Cup – 51, Xfinity – 92, Camping World Truck – 51 as he is closing in on 200 overall NASCAR victories