Kasey Kahne has found a new team for 2011.
The superstar driver is heading to Stewart-Haas Racing in 2011 along with current sponsor Budweiser, a source told FOXSports.com.
While not confirming his future destination, Richard Petty Motorsports released a statement saying Kahne informed them that he would not be returning after his contract expires at the end of the season.
"Drivers like Kasey Kahne are the very reason we got into this sport. Kasey has helped us get to where we are today," Richard Petty Motorsports owner George Gillett said in the statement. "We wish him well in his future however we have the rest of this season to race together and we're looking forward to a successful remainder of the year."
The 30-year-old driver has 11 wins, 43 top fives and 79 top 10s in Sprint Cup competition since 2004. His best season to date was in 2006 when he won six races and finished eighth in the championship.
This has been a tough season for Kahne. In his first season driving a Ford, he has just two top-10 finishes in the first seven races and is mired in 26th in the standings.
"We all wish him nothing but the best and hope he succeeds in anything he chooses to do," said Richard Petty in a statement.