David Ragan has two wins through a 13-year career in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, but as he sits 23 races into the 2019 campaign with no top-10 finishes and mired 30th in the championship standings, it appears he is contemplating what is next.
According to rumblings within the industry that TobyChristie.com has heard, as well as a fresh report from Sports Business Journal’s Adam Stern, it appears that Ragan, 33, is putting thought about whether this could be it.
— Adam Stern (@A_S12) August 14, 2019
Silly season is just starting to take shape as it appears that Matt DiBenedetto will be looking for a ride and several other drivers are unknown on where they’ll be driving next season. An open ride at Front Row — which has been rumored to be possibly working a deal for a technical alliance with Stewart-Haas Racing — could be a top priority for several free agents.
With all of the rumblings going on, expect an announcement from Ragan soon to clear the air one way or another.