Not only is Corey LaJoie and the Go Fas Racing team headed to Kansas this weekend, they’re bringing along extra recognition for the Sunflower State, with their sponsorship from Kansasland Tire and Service Ford.
Kansasland and Go Fas Racing announced the partnership earlier this week for the Hollywood Casino 400.
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With the yellow and blue Kansasland colors on board the No. 32 Ford Mustang, Corey LaJoie will look to build off of his momentum at Talladega Superspeedway.
After the remainder of the race was delayed to Monday at the conclusion of Stage One due to rain, LaJoie rallied to his second top-10 finish of the season and the second-best finish of his career, a seventh-place result. Both of his career-best finishes of sixth and seventh have come this season behind the wheel of the No.32 Ford for Go Fas Racing.
The 28-year-old driver started 16th and finished 22nd at Kansas Speedway in May, earning his best finish at the 1.5-mile track. This weekend’s start will mark his sixth at the Kansas City track.
With a 24 point lead over Matt Tifft and the No.36 team, and a 26 point lead over veteran David Ragan and their No.38 group, the Go Fas Racing team focuses on strengthening their points gap in the final five races.
Visit Kansasland.TheTireStore.com to learn more and catch the Kansasland Ford in the Hollywood Casino 400 on Sunday, October 20 at 2:30 p.m. ET on NBC.
LaJoie on the upcoming weekend at Kansas Speedway:
“We’ve already had a great week working with the folks from Kansasland Tire and we’re looking forward to having their group out at the track this weekend. We had a very strong points week last week and if we can continue to block and tackle this Sunday, we can continue to stay ahead of those behind us. We had a really strong run at Kansas earlier in the season and if we can continue to capitalize on the chaos of the NASCAR Playoffs, we can position ourselves in a good spot to finish out the 2019 season.”