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- It was announced that in 2017, Matt Tifft would drive full-time in the 19, with rookie crew chief Matt Beckham on the box.
- On November 27, 2018, FRM announced that the team will be renumbered to 36, with Matt Tifft as the driver for the 2019 season.
- Matt Tifft ran the season opener at Daytona due to Herbst not being eligible to compete in the race.
- Matt Tifft was scheduled to drive 13 races for the team, but was replaced for several races as he recovered from a removal of a tumor in his brain.
- On October 5, 2017, it was announced that Matt Tifft will be the driver of the No.
- Matt Tifft made his Xfinity Series debut at Kentucky in September, finishing 10th.
- The #23 did not return to Cup in 2019, being renumbered by Front Row Motorsports to #36, with driver Matt Tifft.
- 18 Toyota Camry in place of an injured Matt Tifft for the June Iowa race, a race he went on to win.
- In the end, independent driver Jeremy Clements took the checkers for his first series win after surviving a late race crash with Matt Tifft.
- 18 Toyota replacing Matt Tifft, out on medical leave.
- 36 Mustang full-time for Matt Tifft, and the No.
- Chastain fell out of the playoffs after the opening round after Matt Tifft made a late-race rally at Dover, claiming the final spot by three points.
- Matt Tifft, the driver Moffitt was substituting for, returned to the 11 at Chicagoland Speedway after recovering from brain surgery earlier that year.
- A few races later, he would score his first career win at Road America after he and Matt Tifft got together with 2 laps to go.
- Late in the race, Darrell Wallace Jr. and Matt Tifft wrecked to set up an overtime finish.
- Despite showing signs of improvement in performance, Suárez failed to make the 2019 playoffs after finishing 11th after an on-track incident with Matt Tifft that caused a caution at Indianapolis.
- Matt Tifft drove the truck at Pocono, finishing eighth.
- On November 15, 2017, it was announced that Jones would replace Matt Tifft at Joe Gibbs Racing in 2018.
- 36 of Front Row Motorsports after Matt Tifft was hospitalized with a health problem.
- On October 29, Front Row Motorsports announced that Nemechek would fill in for Matt Tifft in the No.
- Matt Tifft scored the pole for the race with a time of 133.320 and a speed of 109.307 mph.
- Matt DiBenedetto and Matt Tifft spun while Corey Lajoie got into the wall.
- Five days later, Matt Tifft was announced as Kennedy's replacement in the No.
- Matt Tifft made one start with this truck, at Martinsville Speedway in 2014.
- Various Cup Series, Xfinity Series, and Truck Series drivers, including Joey Logano, Ryan Blaney, Alex Bowman, William Byron, Erik Jones, Daniel Suárez, Brian Scott, Dakoda Armstrong, Justin Marks, Mark Thompson, Scott Lagasse Jr, Brennan Poole, Ryan Reed, Justin Haley, B. J. McLeod, Austin Theriault, Kyle Benjamin, Brandon Jones, Christopher Bell, Noah Gragson, Matt Tifft, Spencer Davis, Cole Rouse, and Tanner Thorson are former drivers for Venturini Motorsports.
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