Two more NASCAR analysts believe there could be a massive shakeup involving the No. 41


There's been a lot of debate about what the 2018 NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series season has in store, but the real question is how much of it will come to fruition.

Currently Kurt Busch has yet to re-sign with Stewart-Haas Racing for next year, but has said he believes his best chance to win is with SHR.

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While Busch is confident a deal will get worked out, others think there are different plans for the No. 41 next season. NASCAR Radio's Pete Pistone, shared his stance on the future of Busch and the No. 41 car.


'Here we are, Banquet Week in Las Vegas, and we don't know what the winner of the Daytona 500's future is at Stewart-Haas Racing,"  Pistone said in the video above. "A lot of the reason we haven't heard anything comes down to sponsorship."

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Recently, Dale Jarrett, added that he feels the sport hasn't seen the last of Matt Kenseth. He has a pretty strong feeling Kenseth will be suiting up for SHR in 2018.

Whether it's Busch or Kenseth racing in the No. 41, SHR Will be in pretty good shape. But, only time will tell.