Tate Fogleman will partner with On Point Motorsports to compete full-time in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series next season, replacing Danny Bohn as the organization’s primary driver.
Fowl Life TV will take the role of anchor partner in Fogleman’s efforts in the No. 30 Toyota Tundra Pro.
“I’m looking forward to being with On Point Motorsports,” said Fogleman. “I know everybody that works here is dedicated to racing just like I am. They’re willing to work hard and use their resources, and they’ve had success in the previous season. I’m hoping to build on that.”
The 21-year-old has spent the last two seasons competing full-time for Young’s Motorsports, in which he’s notched a pair of top-10 results (both in 2021), including a breakthrough victory at Talladega Superspeedway in October.
Fogleman added, “I’m looking to improve throughout the season as a team and to knock off consistent top 10 finishes.”
The Durham, North Carolina native is the son of Jay Fogleman, who competed in both NASCAR and the CARS Tour. The younger Fogleman raced with the CARS Super Late Model Tour before joining the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. During his CARS tenure, Tate Fogleman amassed one win, 13 top-five and 17 top-10 in 30 events.
On Point Motorsports’ previous driver, Danny Bohn, tells TobyChristie.com’s Joseph Srigley that he has nothing lined up at this time, and says he is unsure of where he stands with sponsorship for 2022, which determines it all.
Spoke to @DBohn659 last night, who said he doesn't have anything lined up for 2022, but would like to try and land somewhere.
Ultimately, Bohn says he doesn't know where he stands on sponsorship, which "determines it all anymore."#NASCAR
— Joseph Srigley (@joe_srigley) November 30, 2021