Korbin Forrister’s 2019 season was cut short, but the 27-year old driver and his No. 7 All Out Motorsports are preparing to run the full 2020 NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Series season and they will be doing so with Toyota Racing Development in their corner, for at least Daytona.
According to a team representative, All Out Motorsports has a total of seven chassis built in their new shop, which is located in Cedartown, Georgia — Forrister’s hometown.
Danny Gill will reprise his role as crew chief for the organization. Gill was atop the pit box during one race, the fall event at Talladega, for the team in 2019.
50 Egg Music and The Mining Company Project will serve as the sponsor in Daytona, and they are expected to sponsor a few more races as well this season, according to the team. Additional sponsorship for the No. 7 entry will come from Assured Insurance Partners.
While Forrister and his team are looking to open some eyes this season, the question mark on everyone’s mind will be Forrister’s maturity level.
Over the years, Forrister has been a very out spoken driver, who has shied away from political correctness. I was informed by a team rep that, “Korbin is putting his focus on the 2020 season for his team, sponsors and fans.”
If Forrister can stay out of the headlines for his social media posts, and make headlines for his on-track results, it’ll be a positive 2020 season for All Out Motorsports.
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