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Team: Rob Fuller Motorsports-15-WMT
Age / DOB:  (23) / 9/25/1991
Ht / Wt:  6'1 / 180

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Corey LaJoie (No. 15 15-40 Connection Chevrolet) started second and finished 27th in his only previous NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour start, the 2012 Stafford Spring Sizzler.
Has a win (2010 Atlanta quarter mile) and three top 10s in five career NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour appearances. Was the 2012 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East championship runner-up behind a series-high five wins. Has made six NASCAR XFINITY Series starts and two more in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. Apr 8 - 4:43 PM

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Rob Fuller Motorsports is excited to announce Corey LaJoie as the driver of the No. 15 15-40 Connection modified Chevrolet. LaJoie and the team will run seven races in the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour (NWMT) this season.

LaJoie has plenty of experience in multiple racing series, including previous runs in the NWMT and Sprint Cup. He has made additional starts in NASCAR’s XFINITY and Camping World Truck Series. LaJoie also competed in NASCAR’s K&N Pro Series East where he racked up five wins, 17 Top-5 and 20 Top-10 finishes. LaJoie has six starts across the two NASCAR modified series with a victory in 2010 at Atlanta in the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour. The LaJoie family has strong ties to modified racing. Don LaJoie, Corey’s grandfather, is in the New England Auto Racing Hall of Fame and is the five-time track champion at Danbury Speedway. His father, Randy, followed his footsteps before moving south to compete in NASCAR.
Mar 20 - 1:25 PM

Richard Petty Motorsports (RPM) and Biagi-DenBenste Racing announced today they will partner to enter Corey LaJoie in four of the final five NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS) races this season.

LaJoie will pilot the No. 98 Medallion Financial Ford owned by Biagi-DenBenste Racing in the events at Kansas Speedway, Charlotte Motor Speedway, Texas Motor Speedway and Homestead-Miami Speedway. LaJoie has one win in the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Series, five wins in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East and three wins in the ARCA Racing Series. The son of NASCAR champion Randy LaJoie, Corey has five starts in NASCAR's three national series with a Top-10 finish in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series earlier this year at Bristol. The four events this year in the NNS will give him his most starts in the NNS.-Breaking Limits
Tue, Sep 30, 2014 11:53:00 PM

Corey Lajoie slapped the wall in final practice for the Sylvania 300 and flattened the right side of his car.

Lajoie is making his first Cup start and lacks experience. He took a provisional to start the race and is simply looking to record track time, which makes him a bad choice as a dark horse.
Sat, Sep 20, 2014 11:40:00 AM

Corey LaJoie, son of two-time Nationwide champion Randy LaJoie, will make his NASCAR Sprint Cup debut this weekend at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in the Randy Humphrey Motorsports No. 77 Ford Fusion.

LaJoie is a development driver for Richard Petty Motorsports but the team has not found sponsorship to run him. LaJoie has run one Nationwide race this season, placing 21st at Kentucky, and twice in the Camping World Truck Series, finishing 15th at Kentucky and 21st at Bristol. LaJoie is unsure of his plans beyond this week. If things go well, he could be in line for rides with Randy Humphrey Racing at Kansas, Charlotte and Texas. He’s also looking for possible Nationwide rides at Kansas and Charlotte.
Wed, Sep 17, 2014 08:33:00 AM

Corey LaJoie finishes 10th in Thursday's NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Bristol (TN) Motor Speedway.

He started the No. 92 BTS Tire/Goodyear Fleet HQ/Wynns Ford F-150 21st in the lineup for the UNOH 200 Presented By Zloop. LaJoie, who made only two starts so far this season, is currently 38th in the 2014 NCWTS point standings after this event.
Thu, Aug 21, 2014 03:33:00 PM

Ricky Benton Racing (RBR) Enterprises announced that Corey LaJoie will be behind the wheel of the No. 92 Ford F-150 for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series UNOH 225 at Kentucky Speedway on Thursday.

It will be LaJoie's first NCWTS attempt. LaJoie, the son of two-time Nationwide Series champion Randy LaJoie, will be pulling double duty this weekend at Kentucky, a track where he won on the ARCA Racing Series last year. The 22-year old is entered in Friday's Nationwide Series race in addition to the NCWTS event.-Red Flag Communications
Tue, Jun 24, 2014 10:54:00 AM

Richard Petty Motorsports Development Driver Corey LaJoie will make his first NASCAR Nationwide Series start at Homestead-Miami Speedway this weekend.

RPM will field a second NNS entry at the one-and-a-half mile track for the rookie driver. LaJoie will pilot the No.9 Victory Junction Ford Mustang. LaJoie has turned heads in 2013 after making three trips to Victory Lane in just five ARCA Racing Series starts. The wins have showcased the bright future of the 22-year-old who has also competed in the NASCAR K&N East Series and NASCAR Whelen Modified Series before joining the RPM organization earlier this year.-Breaking Limits
Tue, Nov 12, 2013 03:50:00 PM

Just two short weeks ago, Corey LaJoie was celebrating his third victory in just four starts in the ARCA Racing Series at Kentucky Speedway.

This weekend he will go for four out of five in the ARCA Racing season finale at Kansas Speedway. If he's successful, he will surpass the series' most prolific driver, Frank Kimmel, for the most wins this season. LaJoie will sport a new look on his No. 17 Ford Fusion with Uncle John's Pride Country Smoked Sausage as a primary sponsor for the weekend.-Breaking Limits
Tue, Oct 1, 2013 10:50:00 PM

Corey LaJoie grabbed the lead with 33 laps to go in Saturday’s ZLOOP 150 at Kentucky Speedway and took his No. 17 Medallion Financial Ford into victory lane for the third time this season.

In the Roulo Brothers Racing No. 17, LaJoie led the most laps in the ZLOOP 150, which was held Saturday after being rained out on Friday. LaJoie led 40 of 100 laps.
Sat, Sep 21, 2013 11:39:00 PM

Corey LaJoie (17 Ford) is at the top of the speed chart in the final practice leading to the ARCA Racing Series ZLOOP 150 at Kentucky Speedway.

The lap of 171.679 mph was the fastest of the 31 cars out on the track for this session. No. 15 Erik Jones, No. 25 Justin Boston, No. 9 Chase Elliott and No. 84 Chad Boat are the rest of the top five and No. 0 Wayne Peterson was the slowest.
Fri, Sep 20, 2013 04:10:00 PM

Corey Lajoie (17 Ford), will be making his fourth ARCA Series start of the season at Kentucky Speedway.

He already won in two of his starts this year and is looking to add a third win as he gains additional experience on high-speed tracks. In his first ARCA start this season at another one-and-a-half mile track, the Chicagoland Speedway, Lajoie drove his No. 17 Ford to Victory Lane. In his next start, Lajoie raced to the win at Pocono Raceway.-Breaking Limits
Wed, Sep 18, 2013 09:42:00 PM

In both of his ARCA starts this season, Richard Petty Motorsports (RPM) development driver Corey LaJoie (17 Ford) has driven into the Winner's Circle.

The 21-year-old racer brought home wins at the very different Chicagoland Speedway and Pocono Raceway. This weekend, he hopes to add a short track to the list as he heads to the .875-mile Iowa Speedway for his third ARCA start. He has four starts at the Iowa Speedway in the NASCAR K&N Series, including a win in 2012. He has two top-fives and three top-15 finishes in his four starts.-Breaking Limits
Wed, Sep 4, 2013 02:35:00 PM

Corey LaJoie, the Richard Petty Motorsports development driver, came from the back of the 36-field Friday to win the ModSpace 125 at Pocono Raceway.

It was his first-ever visit to the track. He took the lead with two laps to go when the leader, Erik Jones, scraped the wall and went to pit road. Driving the No. 17 Roulo Brothers Racing Ford, LaJoie also won at Chicagoland Speedway in July when the leader ran out of gas coming to the white flag.
Fri, Aug 2, 2013 09:04:00 PM

Corey LaJoie led when it counted Sunday, winning the Ansell ActivArmr 150 at Chicagoland Speedway in just his second career ARCA start.

LaJoie passed leaders Justin Boston and Josh Williams just before taking the white flag and sailed to his biggest career win. LaJoie, driving the No. 17 Roulo Brothers Ford, led 36 of the first 52 laps. His team decided to pit on lap 80 for fuel and two tires, a strategy that worked in his favor when pole sitter Ryan Blaney ran out of fuel with seven laps to go and Boston appeared to do the same with two circuits left.
Sun, Jul 21, 2013 09:03:00 PM