Look Ahead: Daytona in 62 days

Look Ahead: Daytona in 62 days
Look Ahead gives a final 2014 snapshot on a few drivers each week and lists what is known about their 2015 plans.
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Connecticut-based Marsh Racing announced its return to NASCAR’s top developmental series, the K&N Pro Series, with David Garbo Jr. driving the No. 31 car sponsored by long-time partner Whelen Engineering Company, Inc.

The 18-year-old from Stonington, Connecticut ran a limited NASCAR K&N Pro Series East schedule in 2014 highlighted by a top-10 finish at Bristol Motor Speedway. Garbo is scheduled to compete full-time in 2015 in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East. The season kicks off on Sunday, Feb. 15, at central Florida’s New Smyrna Speedway during the track’s annual World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing.
Dec 24 - 3:26 PM

Wood Brothers Racing announced Jeremy Bullins will rejoin the No. 21 Motorcraft/Quick Lane Ford Fusion team next season to serve as the crew chief for Ryan Blaney in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, beginning with the 2015 Daytona 500.

Bullins returns to the Wood Brothers organization following a successful three-year tenure with Team Penske’s No. 22 NASCAR Nationwide Series team that produced 21 wins and two consecutive NASCAR Nationwide Series Owners’ Championships. Bullins first worked with the Wood Brothers in 1999 on the Pro Cup and Late Model cars driven by Jon Wood.-Wood Brothers Racing
Dec 23 - 8:20 PM

The SCORE BAJA Buggy winner and Team Stange Racing recently announced that Christian Celaya will compete in the 2015 NASCAR K&N Pro Series West as well as the K&N Pro East’s season opener at Florida’s New Smyrna Speedway.

Celaya is preparing for his K&N debut with Team Stange Racing by building a fleet of cars with the new Five Star Composite Bodies. As well as training with his physical trainer to get in to top shape for the season. Celaya will campaign No. 22 Ford in the K&N Pro West, which will open in Kern on March 28th. In addition to New Smyrna, Celaya hopes to race in additional K&N Pro Series East races.
Dec 23 - 8:10 PM

Sean Corr topped the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards speed charts in open testing Saturday morning at Daytona Int’l Speedway.

Corr, in the No. 48 Empire Racing-Hylton Motorsports Ford, circled the 2.5-mile superspeedway in 48.433 seconds, an average speed of 188.509 mph, posting the fastest speed yet during the two-day open test. He is utilizing the new ARCA Ilmor 396 engine. Just a tick away from Corr was his teammate Patrick Staropoli in a Roush Yates engine at 188.478 mph. Patrick was fastest overall in Friday’s test. Austin Cindric, son of Penske Racing headman Tim Cindric, was third fastest overall at 186.278 mph in a Cunningham Motorsports Dodge. Eight-time Daytona winner Bobby Gerhart was fourth ahead of Venturini Motorsports’ Cody Coughlin.
Source: ARCA Racing
Dec 20 - 3:42 PM

Patrick Staropoli could not have imagined he’d be on top the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards test charts Friday at Daytona Int’l Speedway.

Said the 25-year-old Harvard graduate: "One of Empire’s drivers got really sick so we got a call last night to see if I’d be interested. So l left Charlotte right away, drove all night and got here at four in the morning, slept for about an hour, and came out to the track." He won the Peak Challenge last year, a driver search program through Michael Waltrip Racing. The reward was a five-race run with the NASCAR K&N Pro Series. "I got to run five K&N races and won one of them at Irwindale (Speedway)." Staropoli, in the No. 48 Ford Fusion, was fastest (188.344 mph) among 39 drivers that posted time and speed in the afternoon session. Bobby Gerhart was second quickest in the afternoon session followed by Venturini Motorsports drivers Leilani Munter and Cody Coughlin. David Levine was fifth overall.
Source: ARCA Racing
Dec 19 - 7:33 PM

Cody Coughlin, in the No. 55 Venturini Motorsports Toyota, led the speed charts in ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards Friday morning testing at Daytona Int’l Speedway.

Coughlin circled the 2.5-mile "World Center of Racing" in 48.210 seconds, an average speed of 186.683 mph. Sean Corr, in the No. 48 Hylton Motorsports Ford, was second on the charts ahead of Tom Hessert (Cunningham Motorsports), Leilani Munter (Venturini Motorsports), and Bobby Gerhart (Bobby Gerhart Racing) to complete the top-five. Thirty drivers posted time and speed in the morning session.
Source: ARCA Racing
Dec 19 - 1:04 PM

Menards will continue its partnership with Richard Childress Racing in the NASCAR XFINITY Series, positioning the third-largest home improvement store in the United States as a primary sponsor for select races on RCR's No. 33 Chevrolet entry with drivers Paul Menard and Brandon Jones in 2015.

Menards has played a pivotal role in RCR's NXS campaign since 2012. Menard will drive the No. 33 Menards Chevrolet Camaro for select events in 2015, while maintaining a full-time schedule in the No. 27 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series entry for RCR. The Eau Claire, Wis.-native is a two-time XFINITY Series race winner with five pole awards, 31 top-five and 81 top-10 finishes. As previously announced, Jones, a 17-year-old driver hailing from Atlanta, Ga., joins the RCR stable for a number of NXS events.-Richard Childress Racing
Dec 18 - 3:34 PM

Menards will continue its partnership with Richard Childress Racing in the NASCAR XFINITY Series, positioning the third-largest home improvement store in the United States as a primary sponsor for select races on RCR's No. 33 Chevrolet entry with drivers Paul Menard and Brandon Jones in 2015.

Menards has played a pivotal role in RCR's NXS campaign since 2012. Menard will drive the No. 33 Menards Chevrolet Camaro for select events in 2015, while maintaining a full-time schedule in the No. 27 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series entry for RCR. The Eau Claire, Wis.-native is a two-time XFINITY Series race winner with five pole awards, 31 top-five and 81 top-10 finishes. As previously announced, Jones, a 17-year-old driver hailing from Atlanta, Ga., joins the RCR stable for a number of NXS events.-Richard Childress Racing
Dec 18 - 3:33 PM
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