Following a successful debut in the No. 40 at Indianapolis, Landon Cassill will once again pilot the No. 40 Sprint Cup Series entry with sponsorship from Interstate Moving Services in the GoBowling.com 400 at Pocono Raceway on Sunday.
The No. 40 will once again compete on the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series circuit when Landon Cassill pilots the joint effort for team owners Joe Falk and Mike Hillman.
Landon Cassill hasn’t turned a lap in a Nationwide Series car at Michigan International Speedway, but that doesn’t mean he’ll go into Saturday’s Alliance Truck Parts 250 Nationwide race at the track as a raw rookie.
JD Motorsports with Gary Keller has inked a deal with Landon Cassill to be the primary driver of the No. 4 Flex Seal Chevrolet for the remainder of the 2013 NASCAR Nationwide Series.
Circle Sport, LLC, today announced that Landon Cassill will drive the No. 33 Circle Sport entry beginning this weekend at Phoenix International Raceway.
Landon Cassill issued the following statement Wednesday afternoon, "This is a tough decision but with one month before the Daytona 500 I have no other option but to leave the #83 BK Racing Toyota and pursue other opportunities."
In each of his four Cup Series starts at Charlotte Motor Speedway, Landon Cassill has improved his finishes with every race.
Landon Cassill plans to spend the first phase of the Talladega race sizing up his car and the competition, and then pushing it to the limits for the final laps.
Landon Cassill has four previous Cup Series starts at Richmond.
Landon Cassill has three previous Cup Series starts at Bristol.
Landon Cassill scored his career-best finish (12th) in NASCAR Sprint Cup Series competition at the Michigan last season.
The last race at Pocono was bittersweet for Landon Cassill.
Landon Cassill has two starts at the Brickyard under his belt.
Landon Cassill has competed in three Sprint Cup Series races at New Hampshire.