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 AERS Contract Chart *FINALIZED 2018 UPDATE*

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PostSubject: AERS Contract Chart *FINALIZED 2018 UPDATE*   Wed May 20, 2015 12:40 am

Google sheet (depth chart by Casey): https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/10IvD8N_yXorXHs5eHi9JJS8yuzZFi-0AX01dNDszp7Y/edit?usp=sharing




SALARY RESTRICTIONS:

A driver cannot sign a deal for more than 7 seasons.
A driver cannot sign an extension for more than 8 seasons.
Salary "cap" is $25M, no team of two or more cars shall exceed an added $25M in driver salaries. Single car teams can spend up to $10M.
Salary "floor" is $3.5M, no team of two or more cars shall spend less than $3.5M in driver salaries. Failure to hit this floor will result in a $3.5M penalty in cap space. Single car teams must hit a floor of $1.5M.

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CONFIRMED TEAMS

JN Motorsports
Dodge Charger

6 - Seth McGuire (Giant Tiger, 2022)
2018: $2.5M
2019: $5.15M
2020: $5.15M
2021: $5.15M
2022: $5.15M
2023: UFA

Notes: McGuire's rookie season in AERS is confirmed with a $2.5M "show us what you got" contract. He started off great and earned an extension from the team as a result.

9 - Barry Juveno (T-Mobile, 2019/Jack Daniel's, 2018)
2018: $3M
2019: UFA

Notes: Glossum returns to JN for this year and next, looking to cement his place as a frontrunner. He is dealt at the deadline to Sauer and JN replaces him with loose cannon Barry Juveno.

36 - Jonathon Ringer (Target, 2021)
2018: $6M
2019: $6M
2020: UFA

Notes: Ringer gets his payday with the team's colloquially-known "cursed car".

39 - Mikael Carter (Amp Energy, 2021)
2018: $11M
2019: $11M
2020: $11M Retirement-Option
2021: $11M Retirement-Option
2022: $11M Retirement-Option
2023: UFA

Notes: The 2015 series champion has earned his spot amongst the sport's elite. Now he just has to keep performing.

Reserve: Mike Yuill
2018: $975K
2019: $975K
2020: RFA

Other Contracts: Jason Carter ($535K to 2018), Dean Roberts ($900K to 2019)

Cap Space: $2.59M ($24.91M/27.5M)
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Top Prospects:
1. Mike Yuill
2. Seth McGuire
3. Junior Larouche
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Forum Owner: Nick399
Team Owner: Marc-Andre Smyth
General Manager: Josheau Leonard
Team HQ: Livonia, MI
Team Notes: The team keeps Dodge.
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Ritcher Racing
Ford Fusion

2 - Tommy Ritcher (Ford, 2019)
2018: $2.75M
2019: $2.75M
2020: $2.75M
2021: RFA

Notes: Ritcher has proven to be a solid driver that can help his team in minor ways consistently. His father takes care of him. Best Buy signs until Tommy's penultimate year on this contract.

20 - Tyler Deefer (Bank of America, 2018)
2018: $10.6M
2019: $7.6M
2020: $7.6M
2021: $7.6M
2022: UFA

Notes: Deefer has one year left on his monster deal to prove his worth to the team as a cornerstone. After a breakout 2015 campaign, he looks to be a frontrunner once again. He is extended by the team before San Diego for three years.

34 - Clyde Latinger (Canadian Oil Sands, 2018)
2018: $1.4M
2019: UFA

Notes: Latinger is extended for another year to actually replace Lachner in the 34 this year. Canadian Oil Sands can be considered the odd sponsor out, but they may come back if Latinger can do well this season.

87 - Casey Lester (Dunkin' Donuts, 2020/Aflac, 2018/Gain, 2020)
2018: $8.25M
2019: $8.25M
2020: $8.25M
2021: $8.25M
2022: UFA

Notes: Lester resigns with Ritcher and admitted he could have gotten more from the team, but chose to take a slight discount to help them sign other prospects. He cements his place as the 1B to Deefer for this season. Dunkin' Donuts re-ups with Lester until his final contracted season.

Reserve: Aaron Parker
2018: $925K
2019: RFA

Cap Space: $1.075M ($23.925M/25M)
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Top Prospects:
1. Alex Underwood
2. Troy Schmidt
3. Aljosa Sodrznik
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Forum Owner: Nick399
Team Owner: Fred Ritcher
General Manager: Roger Renesse
Team HQ: Calgary, AB
Team Notes: Fred Ritcher acquired the Ford powerhouse of AARO from Roger Renesse in early February, effectively swapping roles at the team. They have several prospects waiting in the wings, but they may be willing to deal them to other teams if their development program is too backed up. Parker is acquired for Ricky Greene.
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ACS Racing
Toyota Camry

83 - Nathan Smith (Wrigley Gums, 2018)
2018: $2.5M
2019: $2.5M
2020: $2.5M
2021: $2.5M
2022: $2.5M
2023: $2.5M
2024: $2.5M
2025: $2.5M
2026: RFA

Notes: Money is of no concern to Smith, who owns half of the operation. However, to avoid possible controversies about the team manipulating contract rules, Smith signed an eight year, $20M contract. It is highly unlikely that he will ever drive a car other than his own.

84 - Carson Crompton (Mars Candies, 2018)
2018: $12.5M
2019: $7.5M (Driver option)
2020: UFA

Notes: Feeling as if he was under Smith’s shadow despite showing equal speed on the track, Crompton frustratedly asked his father to start their own team in the offseason, in no small part because of his desire not to cut ties with his personal sponsors to run M/W cars as per the team’s contract. His father refused, and essentially told him to stop complaining. Crompton resigned, but demanded a larger and front-loaded contract with an option to leave after the season. If the rift between himself and ownership does not get patched, Crompton will likely become one of the hottest free agents next offseason.

85 - Aaron Anderson (Wrigley Candies, 2018/Pedigree, TBA)
2018: $4.5M
2019: $3.5M
2020: RFA

Notes: Following Casey’s massive AERS accident at Winnipeg, Aaron almost considered retiring from the sport itself. He went on to win the 2015 ANS championship despite the emotional roller coaster of the last third of the season in one of the most heartwarming sports stories of 2015. Casey will serve as the spotter for both Aaron and Rian Anderson. Being convinced by Casey to continue racing, Aaron was happily offered a 2 yr, $8M contract by the team even before his father became part-owner. Aaron asked for a bit of front-loaded salary, ‘just in case’, as he put it.

86 - Ike Durbin (5 Gum, 2018)
2018: $3M
2019: $3.33M
2020: $3.67M
2021: $4M (team-option)
2022: UFA

Notes: The hard-luck career of Ike Durbin has led him to a fruitful opportunity with ACS as their fourth driver, hopefully free of the calamity that he has become synonymous with in the garage area.

Reserve: Rian Anderson
2018: $575K
2019: RFA

Cap Space: $1.925M ($23.075M/$25M)
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Top Prospects:
1. Rian Anderson
2. Joey Johnson
3. Malte Arvidsson
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Forum Owner: NathanSmith83
Owner: Clint Crompton
General Manager: Allan Smith
Team HQ: Morgantown, WV
Team Notes: With longtime friend of Crompton and Smith (and patriarch of the Anderson brothers) purchasing a stake in the team, the name changes accordingly. Reports suggest that Mars is looking to advertise elsewhere with AARO’s instability and it may have to be decided in court whether or not the contract counts for years of time elapsed or seasons actually ran. Either way, they are obligated to sponsor the team for 2018. Durbin and Crompton announce that they will leave the team at the end of the season to bring SceneZombie, Carson's own team, to AERS full-time.
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Kenny Gerrelds Inc.
Ford Fusion

0 - Jared Kash (Mac's, 2018/Valero, 2018)
2018: $1M
2019: $1M
2020: UFA

Notes: Kash is spared from the semi-sinking Ultsch ship with a $2M/2y deal as the journeyman lands with KGI.

01 - Madison Vermette (Holiday Inn, 2020)
2018: $725K
2019: $725K
2020: $725K
2021: RFA

Notes: Vermette's potential in this series is unknown. Not tabbed to be legendary, but also not a bust either. The team has him locked up for another two years and beyond.

1 - Alex Jates (Buffalo Wild Wings, 2018)
2018: $9M
2019: $9M
2020: $9M
2021: $9M
2022: $9M
2023: $9M
2024: $9M
2025: $9M
2026: UFA

Notes: Jates returns.

Reserve: Derek Lanigan
2018: $700K
2019: UFA

Cap Space: $13.575M ($11.425M/25M)
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Top Prospects:
1. Madison Vermette
2. Brady Zykov
3. Jon Grobe
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Forum Owner: Nick399
Team Owner: Kenny Gerrelds
General Manager: Kent Gerrelds III
Team HQ: Columbus, OH
Team Notes: Vermette will make his debut. Not much else changing from 2017 plans. Lanigan signs as a reserve and replaces the injured Jates from Val-d'Or onward.
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Chautier Motorsports
Buick Regal

15 - Beau Phillips (Cascades, 2018)
2018: $800K
2019: $2.5M
2020: $2.5M
2021: UFA

Notes: Legge jumps ship from AERS much like Mack DiCario. The Beau Phillips rumors have been confirmed as he is signed to replace Will Legge, but not as the team's flagship driver by any means. Cascades replaces GoDaddy. The Litchfield, CT native performs well in his first 11 events, earning himself a two-year extension to keep at least one driver at the team beyond this season.

18 - Jordan Tipsun (TGI Friday's, 2018)
2018: $700K
2019: UFA

Notes: Tipsun will be looking forward to making his AERS debut finally. After a decent first half, he looks to return to the team if they choose to retain him.

26 - Jalen Scransen (Dollar General, 2018)
2018: $5M
2019: UFA

Notes: Jalen Scransen will return, $5M deal to show to new management that he is worth keeping around. Beyond that is a mystery as he looks to be one of the hottest free agents on the market.

Reserve: Earl McRae
2018: $575K
2019: UFA

Other Contracts: Brian Hensler ($2.5M to 2018)

Cap Space: $15.425M ($9.575M/$25M)
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Top Prospects:
1. Ian Fallon
2. Beau Phillips
3. Wayne Saunders
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Forum Owner: Nick399
Team Owner: Guy Chautier
General Manager: Jean-Philippe Dupuis
Team HQ: Rouyn-Noranda, QC
Team Notes: The Quebecois team will be looking to start off on the right foot, despite the wrench in the machine of Legge leaving the series for other opportunities. Tipsun and Phillips fill the voids left from the offseason. Brian Hensler is acquired at the trade deadline and subsequently buried in the ANS.
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Carson Racing
Toyota Camry

33 - Jimmy Cohon (Adidas, TBA)
2018: $5.5M
2019: $5.5M
2020: UFA

Notes: Short was extended with a 3x3 deal, but was traded to SDR for Cohon and Adidas hops aboard.

44 - Ross Lowrey (Blue Moon, 2018)
2018: $1.5M
2019: Retirement Home

Notes: Ross Lowrey extended with Blue Moon hopping on. He announces that 2018 will be his final year.

77 - David Jugar (Chesapeake Energy, 2018)
2018: $2M
2019: UFA

Notes: Third car is occupied by Barry Juveno, who requested a match to Short's salary. He is free from Brandon Ultsch's operation and will, at least for this season, be a key piece for Carson. David Jugar is sent from Sauer to JN, but then flipped from JN to Carson for Barry Juveno with some other pieces included.

Reserve: Jack Collins
2018: $1M
2019: UFA

Cap Space: $17.5M ($7.5M/25M)
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Top Prospects:
1. Zbynek Hrabak
2. Thomas Straka
3. Jason Carter
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Forum Owner: Nick399
Team Owner: Adam "Powerhouse" Carson
General Manager: Michael Yewell
Team HQ: Cleveland, OH
Team Notes: Lowrey looks to be the main driver this season with Juveno tagging along. The team is keeping short leashes on drivers and sponsors as the team has gone into a downward spiral in the past few seasons, which has continued so far. Juveno is dealt to JN and David Jugar is brought in as a replacement, but the team's moves suggest a rebuild is imminent with Cohon being the only part in the AERS side to be extended past 2018.
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Sauer Enterprises
Toyota Camry

23 - Niklas Hyerski (U-Haul, 2019)
2018: $850K
2019: UFA

Notes: Hyerski was tapped to take over Greg’s car, but he was on a one-year deal. He has not worked out at all for the team and it might be such a dire situation that Hyerski may be out of the AERS entirely for 2019.

27 - Shawn Glossum (InvenSense, 2018)
2018: $5M
2019: $5M
2020: RFA

27 - Dalton Forrister (Callup)
2018: $575K
2019: RFA

Notes: Jugar signed a two-year contract in early 2017 and InvenSense will sponsor him. Forrister was called up mid-2018 due to performance issues to replace Jugar, but was sent back down post-deadline when the team acquired Shawn Glossum.

31 - James Rodin (Toyota, 2019)
2018: $525K
2019: $525K
2020: $525K
2021: RFA

Notes: Rodin is penned to the new third car with Toyota stepping up for two of the three. The rookie has had a very tough year on debut.

Reserve: Dalton Forrister
2018: $585K
2019: $1.5M
2020: $1.5M
2021: RFA

Cap Space: $20.05M ($3.95M/$24M)
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Top Prospects:
1. James Rodin
2. Dalton Forrister
3. Mickey Holt
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Forum Owner: Nick399
Owner: Greg Sauer Jr.
General Manager: None
Team Headquarters: St. Paul, MN
Team Notes: Five Guys and Rite Aid are still onboard as associates. Toyota takes a larger role. Glossum joins the team via trade and may be their only veteran presence next season with Forrister and Rodin on the younger side.
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Simmons Racing
Ford Fusion

40 - Grant Jacobs (Fidelity Investments, 2019)
2018: $6.8M
2019: $6.8M
2020: $6.8M
2021: $6.8M
2022: $6.8M
2023: $6.8M
2024: $6.8M
2025: $6.8M
2026: UFA

Notes: Fidelity steps up for Reynolds Wrap, who reduces their involvement to an associate role. Jacobs was heavily pursued at the deadline, but not moved.

80 - Ryan Barley (Under Armour, 2018)
2018: $700K
2019: UFA

Notes: Ryan Barley is extended to pilot the team’s second entry. Under Armour will take the grid in 2018.

Reserve: Jean Serratore
2018: $525K
2019: $900K
2020: $900K
2021: UFA

Cap Space: $16.975M ($8.025M/$25M)
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Top Prospects:
1. Jean Serratore
2. Griffin Sharp
3. Jonah Reagan
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Forum Owner: Nick399
Owner: Brad Simmons
President: Ida Simmons
Team HQ: Fort Lauderdale, FL
Team Notes: Jacobs is coasting on that luxurious contract while Barley fills the gap. Rumors continue to swirl that Jacobs could be shopped in favor of younger blood. Serratore is given a short extension, further reinforcing signs that their former savior has fallen out of favor with the team with 7 more years left on his contract.
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Short Racing Corporation
Dodge Charger

3 - [Vacant] (Valvoline, 2018)
2018: N/A
2019: TBD

Notes: Hensler inks a $2.5 million deal as the lead driver for Short, who is hurting for basically everything. 11 rebrands to the 3 and Valvoline hops on. He is then dealt to Chautier for pennies on the dollar, allowing the team to regroup for next season. Valvoline likely will not be back

56 - SRT owns the rights to the #56

Reserve: Todd Short
Lifetime ($109,692 - Minor contract)

Cap Space: $25M ($0/25M)
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Top Prospects:
1. Tyler Hart
2. Alain Morel
3. Brandon Sholl
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Forum Owner: Nick399
Owner: Toni Short
General Manager: Brandon Ultsch-Stintson
Team HQ: Chicago, IL
Team Notes: Hensler and Korbett both round out the new and "improved" Short lineup. The 4 car ceases operations as Kyle Korbett is traded to KGI and runs in ANS. The 3 car follows suit with Hensler being dealt - Toni ceases operations for 2018 and attempts to keep the team alive currently.
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Sam Davids Racing
Chevrolet SS

19 - Ashton Short (Budweiser, 2019)
2018: $3M
2019: $3M
2020: $3M
2021: RFA

Notes: The team deals Jimmy Cohon for Ashton Short, a young driver who is being depended on to carry the torch immediately. Budweiser comes aboard for the next two seasons.

96 - Steven Cortez (McDonald’s, 2020)
2018: $1.75M
2019: $1.75M
2020: UFA

Notes: Cortez gets his first crack at the AERS. SDR is quite low on current drivers, but is loading up on prospects, which leaves the door open for Cortez to take over for 2014 champion DiCario.

Reserve: Sebastian Morris
2018: $1.15M
2019: $1.15M
2020: UFA

Cap Space: $19.1M ($5.9M/$25M)
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Top Prospects:
1. Terrance Branch
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Forum Owner: Nick399
Owner: Sam Davids
General Manager: Alaina Davids
Team HQ: Detroit, MI
Team Notes: Team has been very hurt from the departures of Reeds and DiCario. They appear to be in full rebuild mode with a slowly growing prospect pool gearing them for the future. Short and Cortez usher in this new era. Seb Morris is brought on to be a reserve as the team does not feel confident with their other options. Despite the extremely limited prospect pool, the two AERS drivers have done rather well in their rookie campaigns.
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Keith Davis Motorsports
Chevrolet SS

06 - Keith Davis (Taco Bell, 2018)
Lifetime ($3M/yr)

Notes: Team returns virtually unchanged.

66 - Kent Grosso (Pizza Hut, 2018)
2018: $2M
2019: $2M
2020: UFA

Notes: Grosso re-ups for another season, as does Pizza Hut. Meh.

Reserve: N/A

Cap Space: $20M ($5M/$25M)
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Top Prospects: (Affiliated with Garth Enterprises)
1. Frankie Stewart
2. Mikko Ajarvi
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Forum Owner: Nick399
Owner: Barbara Davis
President: Tee Walters
Team HQ: Toronto, ON
Team Notes: Not much changes from 2017 plans other than sponsorship and money dished out to Grosso. Team is rumored to dissolve into another organization at the end of the season.
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Garth Enterprises
Chevrolet SS

81 - Kody Lachner (Verizon, 2020)
2018: $7.5M
2019: $7.5M
2020: $7.5M
2021: $7.5M
2022: $7.5M
2023: UFA

Notes: Lachner practically demanded his way to the team’s flagship driver. Better hope he performs up to par with his somewhat bloated contract. Verizon will stick for a few more years in addition.

82 - Patrick McKenzie (Burger King, 2020)
2018: $925K
2019: $925K
2020: RFA

Notes: McKenzie is one of their two rays of hope for the future; hopefully he pans out as well as expected. Morris obviously is not being retained, but Burger King will sponsor McKenzie’s entire ELC.

88 - Chad Lapinski (Imperial Oil, 2018)
2018: $7M
2019: UFA

Notes: Lapinski and Imperial Oil have one solid year to impress the former AERS champion to have them retained for next year and beyond. Lapinski will need to be lights out, in all likelihood, to be worth an extension.

89 - Aaron Gallagher (Imperial Oil, 2018)
2018: $925K
2019: $925K
2020: RFA

Notes: Gallagher is is one of their two rays of hope for the future; hopefully he pans out as well as expected. Fourth car opens up after a dismal year with three. Hmm...

Reserve: Evgeny Zimmerman
2018: $525K
2019: RFA

Cap Space: $8.125M ($16.875M/$25M)
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Top Prospects:
1. Patrick McKenzie
2. Aaron Gallagher
3. John Renney
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Forum Owner: Nick399
Owner: Florence Garth
General Manager: Mario Lancer
Team HQ: Toronto, ON
Team Notes: Their young prospects are relied upon to stake their claim in the series and lead the team onward to success that Garth has not even sniffed in its four years of existence. That whole thing about Lachner performing? Yeah, that hasn't happened. Lapinski brings the team their first victory at Pikes Peak, but his return is somewhat in question.
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Scawles Racing Team
Chevrolet SS

5 - Zach McRae (Ally, 2020)
2018: $1.75M
2019: $1.75M
2020: $1.75M
2021: UFA

Notes: McRae returns to Scawles as the veteran in the room. Ally far and away pronounces itself as the main sponsor of the team.

10 - Caine Dwyer (Ally, 2020)
2018: $1.75M
2019: $1.75M
2020: RFA

Notes: Caine Dwyer, rumored to possibly be the best AARO prospect in the last 30 years, makes his long-awaited AERS debut with Scawles.

Reserve: Jason Miller
2018: $1.5M
2019: $1.5M
2020: UFA

Other Contracts: Ty Smith ($525K to 2018)

Cap Space: $19.475M ($5.525M/$25M)
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Top Prospects:
1. Caine Dwyer
2. Zach McRae
3. Tyler Smith
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Forum Owner: Nick399
Owner: Jason Scawles
Gneral Manager: Marvin Perkins
Team Headquarters: Saskatoon, SK
Team Notes: Dwyer takes over the second car and he is projected to be a fantastic driver for years to come. He and McRae will both be backed by Ally for the next several seasons, sticking their eggs in the basket now. Both drivers had their deals renegotiated because of the cap floor being established, but the team is still in fantastic shape. In a deal with SGR, the team acquires Jason Miller in a move that provides cheap stability. They reportedly are exploring options to expand and become a three-car operation.
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Porter Racing Corporation
Chevrolet SS

91 - Jack Walter (Netflix, 2018)
2018: $6.15M
2019: UFA

Notes: Walter and Netflix are back, but Walter’s term has not yet been disclosed. He may end up following Ross Lowrey out the door and retire at season's end.

92 - Christopher Morrissette (robinhood, 2021)
2018: $1.5M
2019: $1.5M
2020: RFA

Notes: Anderson, after his several injuries sustained at Winnipeg, will not be extended by Porter. robinhood replaces Little Caesar's. Highly-rated prospect Christopher Morrissette is tabbed to take over the team's second car and is surrounded by vets at the team.

93 - Bjorn Brewer (Rockstar, 2019)
2018: $3.25M
2019: $3.25M
2020: UFA

Notes: Third team signs Bjorn Brewer, who might not have been driving at all following 2017, to a $3.25M/yr deal. Rockstar follows him over.

Reserve: N/A

Cap Space: $14.1M ($10.9M/$25M)
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Top Prospects:
1. Chistopher Morrissette
2. Florent Vachon
3. Mateas Gelinas
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Forum Owner: Nick399
Owner: Alex Porter
President: Paul Porter
Team HQ: Regina, SK
Team Notes: Winds of change have blown into PRC, but their stingy attitude towards drivers may not bode well for them and sponsors. Little Caesars likely was not pleased with the lack of results and jumped ship, but Netflix is still here. Morrissette moves up to replace Casey Anderson while a third car is occupied by Ben "Bjorn" Brewer. Walter appears to be retiring from competition at the end of 2018, prompting rumors that Brewer or Morrissette will step into the 91 full-time after that.
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Holliday Incorporated
Dodge Charger

02 - Luke Kinsin (Carquest, 2021)
2018: $5.75M
2019: $5.75M
2020: $5.75M
2021: UFA

Notes: Carquest picks up where they left off at the team. Luke Kinsin signs a rather lucrative deal, but Holliday deemed this to be a security move, citing a desire to reach the cap floor.

03 - Ricky Greene (Little Trees, 2019)
2018: $925K
2019: RFA

Notes: Dean Roberts is traded for JN prospect Aaron Parker, who is in turn traded after 12 races to Ritcher for Ricky Greene.

62 - Guy Beugnet (Friendly's, 2018)
2018: $550K
2019: $550K
2020: RFA

Notes: Beugnet was not expected to be close to the AERS, but the team apparently has enough faith in him to run the full schedule after a lockout year of MRT. Friendly's reluctantly follows the Quebecois driver to sponsor him, not pleased at his lack of development. He is on the block, but still with the team.

Reserve: Joey Kington
2018: $675K
2019: UFA

Cap Space: $14.6M ($7.9M/$22.5M)
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Top Prospects:
1. Jacob Sambrook
2. Gleb Alexeyev
3. Donovan Chapman
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Forum Owner: Jesse Pizzajarvi
Team Owner: Troy Holliday
General Manager: Ian Bolghomme
Team HQ: Indianapolis, IN
Team Notes: Holliday has run regional series in past years, but takes a major step up into AARO in all four divisions. Luke Kinsin heads the organization with Parker and Beugnet signed to one-year deals as rookies with pressure to perform. Carquest and Little Trees, longtime sponsors for the team, take care of the logo business. Holliday understandably struggles out of the gate and may possibly move Kinsin via trade, buyout or release for the cap room they will have from it.
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Silver Green Racing
Chevrolet SS

7 - [Various Drivers] (Chick-fil-A, 2018)

Notes: Miller returns with new sponsor Chick-fil-A, but is traded after Vancouver and replaced by various SGR prospects.

12 - Brad Kurtis (Harris Teeter, 2020)
2018: $1.5M
2019: $1.5M
2020: $1.5M
2021: UFA

Notes: Kurtis, like Miller, returns to his old ride with new paint decorating his car.

22 - Darcy Lusk (Mobil 1, 2025)
2018: $750K
2019: TBA

Notes: The 10 is rebranded as Scawles acquired the rights to that number for phenom Caine Dwyer. Mobil 1 is extended through forever and Darcy Lusk is signed to a quick deal to fill the gap Hensler left.

32 - Keith Jesse (Cookout, 2020)
2018: $750K
2019: RFA

Notes: The ANS driver makes his move up to the big show in a fourth car for the team, rather unsurprisingly.

Reserve: Landy Heath
2018: Undisclosed

Cap Space: $20.5M ($4.5M/$25M)
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Top Prospects:
1. Keith Jesse
2. Michael Craig
3. Landy Heath
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Forum Owner: VerizonGuy12
Owner: Roger Sweeney
General Manager: Matt Shulken
Team HQ: Greenville, SC
Team Notes: Late entry for a staple in the series, but they are here nonetheless. Things have changed slightly since last year. Miller is traded for two prospects.
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Jerry Richson Motorsports
Dodge Charger

52 - Jack Jefferson (Delta, TBA)
2018: $3M
2019: $3M
2020: $3M
2021: UFA

Notes: Jefferson returns with a 3-year deal.

53 - Greg Knee (Caterpillar, TBA)
2018: $1M
2019: RFA

Notes: Knee returns.

54 - Jerry Richson (Kmart, TBA)
Lifetime ($600K/yr)

Notes: Richson always seems to be very quiet about specifics, but one thing that can be confirmed is that he will obviously return with his own team. His salary goes back to the team's operations.

Reserve: Silver Cody
2018: $690K

Cap Space: $19.71M ($5.29M/$25M)
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Top Prospects:
1. Valene Click
2. Gayla Lemon
3. Silver Cody
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Forum Owner: Weatherman
Owner: Jerry Richson
General Manager: Eric Reed
Team HQ: Sunrise, FL
Team Notes: They're back and ready to go with three cars.
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Giacalone Motorsports
Chevrolet SS

42 - Herb Cilantro (Home Hardware, 2018)
2018: $2.2M
2019: $2.2M
2020: $2.2M
2021: UFA

Notes: Cilantro returns with the only remaining single-car effort in the AMP Energy Racing Series garage. Home Hardware hops aboard.

Reserve: N/A

Cap Space: $7.8M ($2.2M/$10M)
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Top Prospects:
N/A
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Forum Owner: VincentGiac426
Owner: Vincent Giacalone
General Manager: Jen Smith
Team HQ: Hoboken, NJ
Team Notes: As mentioned, Giacalone's team returns virtually unchanged. Good to see a household name in the paddock once again.
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Calamicom Incorporated
Dodge Charger

14 - Ray Davis (Polaris, TBA)
2018: N/A
2019: TBA

Notes: Davis returns, no details currently disclosed.

41 - Tobias Newbrige (Domino's, TBA)
2018: N/A
2019: TBA

Notes: Newbridge returns, no details currently disclosed.

Reserve: N/A

Cap Space: TBA
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Top Prospects:
N/A
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Forum Owner: Jakar545
Owner: Markus Pursell
General Manager: Undisclosed
Team HQ: Undisclosed
Team Notes: The tight-lipped Calamicom Inc. team is a late entry with Davis and Newbridge, the same lineup they had scheduled for 2017.
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NOTE: If a user is inactive/or doesn't post his team contracts/info/etc, I will strip their entries and put them off to the side in case that member indeed does come back.
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PostSubject: Re: AERS Contract Chart *FINALIZED 2018 UPDATE*   Wed May 20, 2015 1:43 am

Calamicom Inc. - Buick Regal
14- Ray Davis -- Polaris
41- Tobias Newbridge -- Domino's

Markus Pursell, CEO of Calamicom Inc. has aanounced it's plans to bring it's AAPT drivers, Ray Davis and Tobias Newbridge, into full-time rides with the team. It has also been reported that both drivers were signed on for $6.25M/yr for 2 years with both drivers as well as recent sponsorship deals with Polaris and Domino's.
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PostSubject: Re: AERS Contract Chart *FINALIZED 2018 UPDATE*   Thu May 21, 2015 7:47 pm

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#52 - Jack Jefferson - Delta Airlines/Private Contract

#53 - Greg Knee - Meow Mix/CAT/Internet Explorer/$1M a year, signed through 2017.

#54 - Jerry Richson - K-mart/Owner-Driver with Private Contract


Lower Tier Affiliate: Greg Knee Motorsports

Jerry Richson assumes all ownership. Richson continues to help with Greg Knee's AAPT team. Jefferson is on for 2016. Knee good till 2017.
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PostSubject: Re: AERS Contract Chart *FINALIZED 2018 UPDATE*   Wed Feb 22, 2017 9:36 pm

Updated.

(OOC Do not assume anything or speculate anything, its strictly for myself in case I do decide to spark this up again which is a YUGE if.)

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PostSubject: Re: AERS Contract Chart *FINALIZED 2018 UPDATE*   Wed Mar 01, 2017 11:31 pm

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Current Associate Sponsors: K&N, Discount Tires, Conway Freight, Triangle Rent-A-Car
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10: Brian Hensler

CONTRACT:  4 years,

SPONSOR: Mobil 1
CONTRACT: 7 years


Other Notes: Everything remains the same
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7: Jason Miller
CONTRACT: 3 years,



SPONSOR: Chick-fil-a
CONTRACT: 2 year,


Other Notes: Chick-fil-a is the new sponsor of the 7.
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12: Brad Kurtis
CONTRACT: 4 year,

SPONSOR: MONSTER Energy
CONTRACT: 5 year.


Other Notes: MONSTER moves over from the #7 team,
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22: Keith Jesse
CONTRACT: Possible Part time entry

SPONSOR: None
CONTRACT:

Other Notes: This team will be created as a part time entry to develop Jesse before he goes full time.
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Top Prospects List: (From SGD's ANS and MRT teams)
1. Keith Jesse -- Performed well in ANS in 2015, could be promoted to the AERS.
2. Michael Craig -- Will likely make ANS debut in 2017.
3. Landy Heath -- Could return to ANS for a second season.
4. Kasey Lautenger -- A poor ANS season could signal another season there.
5. Matt Myers -- Could move up to ANS or stay for a third MRT season.
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President: Matt Shulken
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Current Team Budget: TBD

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PostSubject: Re: AERS Contract Chart *FINALIZED 2018 UPDATE*   Thu Mar 02, 2017 1:00 am

So I'm guessing you're going the Weatherman route and not disclosing the amount the drivers make? lol

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PostSubject: Re: AERS Contract Chart *FINALIZED 2018 UPDATE*   Thu Mar 02, 2017 10:34 am

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So I'm guessing you're going the Weatherman route and not disclosing the amount the drivers make? lol

It will be revealed when I can get the time
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PostSubject: Re: AERS Contract Chart *FINALIZED 2018 UPDATE*   Fri Mar 17, 2017 1:11 pm

Should be updated completely.

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PostSubject: Re: AERS Contract Chart *FINALIZED 2018 UPDATE*   Mon Mar 27, 2017 12:27 am

Added Mertz's entry and edited most of the others to be current.

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PostSubject: Re: AERS Contract Chart *FINALIZED 2018 UPDATE*   Mon Jun 05, 2017 1:19 am

Should be up to date now that Vinny's painted the 42 car.

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PostSubject: Re: AERS Contract Chart *FINALIZED 2018 UPDATE*   Tue Jan 30, 2018 1:03 am

MAJOR BUMP. We’ll both work to get this fully up to date in the coming days!

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PostSubject: Re: AERS Contract Chart *FINALIZED 2018 UPDATE*   Wed Feb 07, 2018 3:10 am

Fully updated.

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PostSubject: Re: AERS Contract Chart *FINALIZED 2018 UPDATE*   Thu Feb 15, 2018 12:59 am

SGR 2018 Lineup:
 
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PostSubject: Re: AERS Contract Chart *FINALIZED 2018 UPDATE*   Thu Feb 15, 2018 1:15 am

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SGR 2018 Lineup:
 

We've changed up some things and your entries will need to be adjusted. Welcome back, by the way!

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PostSubject: Re: AERS Contract Chart *FINALIZED 2018 UPDATE*   Thu Feb 15, 2018 1:17 am

Jesse Pizzajarvi wrote:
VerizonGuy12 wrote:
SGR 2018 Lineup:
 

We've changed up some things and your entries will need to be adjusted. Welcome back, by the way!

To be fair, I made before I was aware that Hensler made the switch. So that might be why
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