Corey LaJoie and the No. 32 Go Fas Racing team have shown some rather decent speed this season, as evidenced by two top-12 finishes through the first 14 races of 2019. However, they have also showcased a lot of companies on their No. 32 Ford Mustang. This week, a new partner steps up as the primary sponsor on the No. 32 — Harvest Investments.
LaJoie comes into Michigan with the expectations that the new racing package will elevate the show on Sunday, and he’s hoping he can shrug off a crash that took him out last week in Pocono.
“I expect Michigan to be one of the best tracks for this year’s rules package. It is a very high grip level track and it’s very smooth so the cars should stay in a tight group a lot of the race with drafting playing a big part. This is a big race for us with it being right in Ford’s backyard, and with Harvest Investments making their season debut on our No.32 Ford Mustang. Hopefully we can bounce back this week and give them both a great finish.”
LaJoie started the season out at Daytona and Atlanta with his own face on the hood as an advertising campaign for Old Spice’s dry shampoo. Schluter Systems, CorvetteParts.net, Prospr, Dude Wipes, Superior Logistics and Visone RV have made up the rest of the slate of races to this point.
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