Skip Barber Racing School has partnered with DGM Racing, to serve as a primary sponsor of the No. 91 Chevrolet Camaro in a pair of NASCAR Xfinity Series events at Sonoma Raceway and Indy’s Road Course.
Ross Chastain, who competes in the NASCAR Cup Series on a full-time basis, will occupy the driver’s seat of the No. 91 Chevrolet Camaro in the two-race partnership with Skip Barber, the world’s largest automotive education and entertainment company offering driving and racing schools at the finest tracks in America.
“Racing on road courses is something I have only done in NASCAR,” said Ross Chastain. “I didn’t grow up turning left and right, so I have had to learn and adapt quickly. I recognized early on that I needed as many laps as possible. Skip Barber has been a great way for me to get laps, and I am excited to announce this partnership for Sonoma and the Indy Road Course.”
Last season, driving for Niece Motorsports in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, Ross Chastain scored a finish of fourth place at Sonoma Raceway. In his two NASCAR Cup Series starts at the venue, the Trackhouse Racing driver has finished seventh both times.
First joining forces with DGM Racing in 2022, Chastain earned a fourth-place result for the organization in last season’s event at Indy’s Road Course, driving the No. 92 Chevrolet Camaro. This season, the Cup Series driver has competed in a single Xfinity Series event for the team, finishing 24th at Auto Club Speedway.
Skip Barber Racing School has developed more winning racers than any other school. Their
alumni have taken the podium in all facets of motorsports, including Formula 1 NASCAR,
IndyCar, SCCA, World Challenge, and IMSA. Skip Barber features Driving Academies at
legendary venues across the country, including Circuit of the Americas, Indianapolis Motor
Speedway, Laguna Seca, Lime Rock Park, New Jersey Motorsports Park, Road Atlanta, Sebring Raceway, Sonoma Raceway, and Virginia International Raceway.
“We’ve been fortunate to have some of the best NASCAR drivers in the world train and race with us over the years,” said Anthony Demonte, CEO of Skip Barber Racing School. “We’re proud of what Ross has accomplished in his career, and we look forward to helping him become a NASCAR Cup Series Champion.”