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Di Benedetto was not cleared to compete for BK Racing in Sunday's AAA Texas 500.
Swiderski made his debut as crew chief last season at Homestead-Miami Speedway, where he led the #3 team to a second-place finish.
Additional drivers for RCR's #2 and #3 teams will be named at a later date.
Brandon Jones and Brendan Gaughan return with full-time driving duties of the #33 and #62 Chevys, respectively, and will compete for the XFINITY Series driver championship.
Jones and veteran crew chief Nick Harrison will be paired together, while Gaughan returns with his long-time crew chief Shane Wilson for their 12th season together.He remained a permanent fixture within the organization through 2009 when the company officially became Richard Petty Motorsports (RPM).