Connor Mosack – a part-time competitor in the ARCA Menards Series and Trans-Am TA2 Series — is set to make his NASCAR Camping World Truck Series debut at Mid-Ohio, driving the No. 32 for Bret Holmes Racing.
The organization confirmed the news to TobyChristie.com, while also disclosing that the 23-year-old is currently only scheduled to compete in the July 9 event, as far as the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series is concerned.
Mosack will have a busy weekend ahead of him at Mid-Ohio, as he’ll not only compete in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series event, but also in the ARCA Menards Series event at the road course, gaining extra repetitions with Bret Holmes Racing and crew chief Shane Huffman.
In seven ARCA Menards Series starts, Mosack has scored three top-five and four top-10 finishes, including a career-high third-place finish last time out at Iowa Speedway.
Mid-Ohio will mark the sixth attempt for Bret Holmes Racing in the Truck Series this season, in which the organization has recorded a single top-10 result, finishing eighth at Las Vegas.
Earlier this month at Portland International Raceway, Mosack made his NASCAR Xfinity Series debut for Joe Gibbs Racing, finishing 28th after being involved in a multi-car accident late in the event.
At the end of June, Mosack competed in the Trans-Am TA2 Class event at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, finishing third place for Team SLR.