Busy race team DGR-CROSLEY announces more ARCA races

TOLEDO, Ohio (May 9, 2018) -- The business model is rolling out nicely at DGR-CROSLEY, and it will include some ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards events coming to a track near you.

"Our business model has been built on trying to come in...in a very smart and controlled fashion," said Bo LeMastus. "We have not wanted to overreach, and things are progressing really well. We're very happy with where we're at during this current stage. Our programs are rolling out nicely."

The DGR-CROSLEY venture certainly rolled "out nicely" at Martinsville where former ARCA winner Kyle Benjamin drove the No. 54 DGR-CROSLEY Truck home in second.

"Martinsville was a fantastic day for DGR-CROSLEY," LeMastus continued. "Kyle Benjamin did a great job. Last weekend, David Gilliland hopped in the DGR-CROSLEY Truck at Dover and finished fourth."

DGR-CROSLEY, a partnership of LeMastus and NASCAR Cup Series veteran driver David Gilliland, fields cars/trucks in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, the ARCA Racing Series, NASCAR K&N East and West and more.

LeMastus has already raced in Truck events at Daytona and Atlanta, with a dozen more on the way.

"I'm getting myself ready for these upcoming 12 Truck races. I'll be running this Friday at Kansas. We're running the 54 Truck full-time and we're going to start running the 17 Truck in select events."

LeMastus is also adding some ARCA races to his already busy schedule.

"I'm planning to run the ARCA race at Salem and Kansas toward the end of the year."

DGR-CROSLEY also has plans for the ARCA race at Pocono, coming June 1.

"Noah Gragson will be in the 54 ARCA car at Pocono. We'll also be testing at Charlotte this week with Todd Gilliland in preparation for the ARCA race (at Charlotte). We're also fielding cars for a kid full-time in the K&N Series, so there's a lot going on at DGR-CROSLEY."

David Gilliland Racing (DGR) and CROSLEY Sports Group formed a new race team in January. DGR-CROSLEY, based in Mooresville, N.C., purchased Red Horse Racing assets, a longtime NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race winning team.

The DGR-CROSLEY stable is made up exclusively of Toyotas with support from Toyota Racing Development (TRD). The union includes the expansion of the relationship with Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM) that DGR has had the past two years.

For more on DGR-CROSLEY, and/or to inquire about driver development opportunities under the DGR-CROSLEY banner, contact Jason Hedlesky.

Don Radebaugh
dradebaugh@arcaracing.com

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