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Jayson Alexander Is ‘Back For More’ In Return To Fast Track Racing At IRP

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After taking a small hiatus since his tough 29th-place finish at Charlotte Motor Speedway, ARCA Menards Series driver Jayson Alexander is back and ready for redemption.

“BACK FOR MORE,” Alexander said in a post on his Instagram account. He announced he is teaming back up with Fast Track Racing for the upcoming Circle City 200 at Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park.

“I can not wait to be driving the Constant Contact machine with my good friends at Fast Track Racing. We’ve had so much success this season on the short tracks and I can’t wait to carry it over to IRP,” the Apex, NC added on his chance to get back behind the wheel.

Alexander debuted with the team back at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway in the Music City 150 in the ARCA Menards Series East this past May, coming home eighth, he then doubled that up with another eighth at Flat Rock Speedway.

Jayson followed that up by announcing his debut in the ARCA Menards Series at Charlotte for the General Tire 150, but his day was cut short due to a cut tire ending his day 29th with disappointment.

After the Memorial Day Weekend, the 21-year-old was set and went off to Fort Knox for training as he is part of the United States Army National Guard, and he was a sophomore at Queens University of Charlotte this past semester.

“I know that I may never get this opportunity again,” he told us back in May before the General Tire 150.

“Huge thank you to everyone at Constant Contact for the opportunity to compete in their colors once again,” Jayson added.

You can catch Jayson’s return to Fast Track Racing with Constant Contact and his debut at Lucas Oil Indianapolis Raceway Park for the Circle City 200 live on Fox Sports 1 on July 19th at 5:30 PM ET.

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