Racing silly season continues as the 2024 ARCA Menards Series West season is set to start just over a month away from the start, and after taking over for team owner Todd Souza, Tyler Reif is set to continue his tenure with the team.
Reif is set to be the primary driver for Central Coast Racing, piloting the No. 13 Toyota Camry for the 2024 season. Veteran crew chief Michael Munoz will be atop the pit box and also be the acting manager for the CCR team.
Team owner Todd Souza will also hit the track in a part-time role in the No. 3 car.
In those six starts, the Henderson, NV native came home with three top-fives, three top-10s, and two poles at Evergreen and All-American Speedway.
“As we gear up for the 2024 NASCAR season, we believe that success is not just measured by podium finishes, but by the integrity and professionalism we bring to the sport. Our team is more than a group of individuals; we are a united front, committed to pushing the limits of what’s possible while upholding the highest standards of teamwork,” the team said in a press release.
The 21-year-old driver will look to continue some of his magic from 2023 after taking home the win at the West Series season opener at Phoenix Raceway. Reif managed to finish second in driver points, 36 behind champion Sean Hingorani.
CCR managed to get the No. 13 car to finish fifth in the owner’s championship.
“We enter this season with high aspirations, not just to make our mark on the track, but to inspire fans and fellow teams alike with our dedication, resilience, and unwavering commitment to excellence…Here’s to a season of unforgettable races, groundbreaking achievements, and the relentless pursuit of excellence together,” the team added.
You can catch Reif and the No. 13 CCR Toyota Camry at Phoenix Raceway on March 8th at 8 p.m. ET on Fox Sports 1.