Christian Rose, who finished third place in 2023 ARCA Menards Series point standings, will continue to compete full-time with AM Racing, driving the No. 32 Ford Mustang, the organization announced on Wednesday.
The 28-year-old driver comes off a season featuring a pair of top-five results, including a career-best third-place finish in the penultimate event of the season at Salem Speedway and 13 top-10s.
Ryan London will retain his position as crew chief of the No. 32 Ford Mustang in the ARCA Menards Series, as the driver-crew chief pairing looks to expand upon the successes of the previous season.
“I am excited to be back with AM Racing in 2024,” said Rose. “I could not ask for anything more from the team and our partners. We had an exceptional rookie year and I really feel like we hit our stride toward the end of the season. Not only do I feel like we can pick up right from where we left off at Toledo Speedway in October, but I believe that our AM Racing will not only contend for race wins but be a serious threat for the championship this season. I am ready to get to work.”
Secure Testing Services, a nationwide leader in on-site drug testing located in Richmond, Virginia, will return to AM Racing with Rose in 2024. The family-owned company will serve as the primary sponsor at Charlotte (May) while maintaining an associate sponsor role throughout the remaining 19 events.
“We are thrilled to continue our partnership with AM Racing and Christian Rose for the upcoming season,” offered Steve Pierson, CEO of Secure Testing Services. “This collaboration not only allows us to showcase our commitment to excellence but also provides a unique platform to connect with our target audience. Our company values align perfectly with AM Racing and Christian Rose, and we are excited to once again partner with them.”
In 2023, AM Racing re-launched its program in the ARCA Menards Series with a single-vehicle effort for Christian Rose, who piloted the No. 32 on a full-time basis in 2023.
“We are beyond thrilled to welcome back Christian and Secure Testing Services for the 2024 season,” offered AM Racing president Wade Moore. “Without a doubt, Christian exceeded our expectations last season. He continues to take the necessary steps to make sure he is prepared to contend for wins and, hopefully, the ARCA Menards Series championship this season. The bond between him and “Pickle” (Ryan London crew chief) is stronger than ever and I am confident that we will continue to showcase our speed and consistency this season with our great partners and team.”
Additional sponsorship for Rose and AM Racing will be announced in the weeks leading up to the ARCA Menards Series season-opener at Daytona International Speedway on Saturday, February 17th.