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Drydene is the new sponsor for Corey LaJoie in the #32 Go Fas Racing Ford Mustang. They are going to be sponsoring him in the Drydene 400 in 2019 and 2020. Which means Corey will be back in the #32 next year.
 

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Honestly? Do it for Trucks. Bring back the 10-minute halftime break and ban tire changes unless you have a puncture. It would help cut costs for the smaller teams as well as make the racing more exciting on short tracks.

For Xfinity, hell no. I'm fine with that being Cup-lite, just keep the Cup drivers on a tight leash.
 

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Dover International Speedway will host a press conference announcing its entitlement sponsor for the Sunday, Oct. 6 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup race in front of the Monster Monument at Victory Plaza on Thursday, Sept. 19 at 11 a.m.

In addition to announcing a new entitlement sponsor, the Sept. 19 event will include a Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver appearance, the unveiling of a primary paint scheme for that driver’s car in the Oct. 6 race, and details on an exclusive fan contest. Steve Post, a pit reporter for the Motor Racing Network, will emcee the event.

I am at work right now so I had to copy and past from the article. Lol.

Corey Lajoie Drydene car unveil. Drydene 400 at Dover.
 

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Drydene is the new sponsor for Corey LaJoie in the #32 Go Fas Racing Ford Mustang. They are going to be sponsoring him in the Drydene 400 in 2019 and 2020. Which means Corey will be back in the #32 next year.

Where does it say 2020? If it does, it is totally possible a couple things a) it was a mistake, b) they are sponsoring LaJoie no matter the ride or c) they are sponsoring the #32 for the race next year.
 

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Where does it say 2020? If it does, it is totally possible a couple things a) it was a mistake, b) they are sponsoring LaJoie no matter the ride or c) they are sponsoring the #32 for the race next year.

It was in the media packet that was given out at the announcement.
 

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any chance you have a picture of it or something?

Unfortunately I didn't even think about taking a picture of it.

In other news....

-BREAKING NEWS-
Kyle Busch turns down sponsorship proposal from Johnson and Johnson for 2020. The proposal came from Johnson and Johnson wanting market their baby shampoo on the JGR #18 in 2020. However, JGR was not able to meet the requirements of the sponsorship proposal because Busch would not be able to uphold the trademark slogan of the product "No more tears".

Damn it, I hate when that happens. Lol.
 

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By the way...
Christopher Bell to compete in No. 95 with Leavine Family Racing in 2020
Christopher Bell will move up to the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series in 2020 and drive the No. 95 Leavine Family Racing Toyota Camry with sponsorship from Rheem and Procore.

After piloting the No. 20 Joe Gibbs Racing entry in the NASCAR Xfinity Series for two full-time seasons, Bell will leap into NASCAR’s premier level with the JGR-affiliated organization.

Bell has recorded 15 career wins in the Xfinity Series in 68 races, including a seven-win 2018 season that had a Championship 4 bid, 18 top fives, 20 top 10s and five poles.

The team also announced that Jason Ratcliff will serve as Bell’s crew chief. Ratcliff, currently Bell’s crew chief in the Xfinity Series, has six full seasons in the Monster Energy Series as crew chief, most recently with Matt Kenseth. Mike Wheeler, the current crew chief for the No. 95 and Matt DiBendetto, will remain with the company.

“Since I was young, I wanted to make a career out of racing,” Bell said in a team release. “To take this next step and race in the NASCAR Cup Series with the support of LFR, JGR and Toyota is just a dream come true. It also means a lot to me to have Rheem make the move to Cup racing with me. I wouldn’t be in the position I am today without their support and I’m also excited to have the opportunity to represent Procore now.

“Having been under the JGR banner these past seasons in the Xfinity Series and with TRD for as long as I can remember, having their continued support as I transition to LFR is extremely comforting and will be a tremendous benefit to me.”

This year, Bell has earned another seven victories to date, the most recent coming in the NASCAR Xfinity Series Playoffs opener at Richmond Raceway to lock himself into the Round of 8 in his quest for the series championship.

The 24-year-old from Norman, Oklahoma, began his NASCAR national series career in the Gander Outdoors Truck Series, earning the 2017 championship with Kyle Busch Motorsports. In 54 races spanning over four years, including a pair of full-time seasons, Bell raced to seven victories under the KBM umbrella.

The 2020 Daytona 500 will serve as Bell’s first career Monster Energy Series start.

“I’ve said from the start, I want this team to be competitive,” team owner Bob Leavine said in a statement. “Christopher is one of the most talented drivers we’ve seen come up through NASCAR’s ranks and together, with JGR and Toyota’s support, I’m confident our team will continue to grow, just as it has this past year.”

This story will be updated.
 

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Bell is going to be most hyped up rookie since Chase Elliott. He's Toyota's golden child and future; people are going to be expecting a lot of performance out of him in 2020 in the #95. At the very minimum, he should be 15th in standings.
 

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Who goes to the 37? Hemric maybe?
 

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Boo. That sucks for Stenhouse. (Being the sole Stenhouse fan here.)
However, Good for Buescher since it means he'll reunite with Roush.
 
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