Spire Motorsports Racing Team
About Spire MotorsportsSpire Motorsports is fairly new to the NASCAR world, with the team founded in 2018. It purchased a charter from the now defunct Furniture Row Racing and began fielding cars in the Cup Series in 2019 with multiple drivers rotating behind the wheel. The team won its first race at Daytona in July with Justin Haley behind the wheel. Corey LaJoie is the full-time driver of the team's No. 7 Chevrolet for 2023 and Ty Dillon will be piloting the No. 77. They will also be fielding a Camping World Truck Series entry part-time.
Team Owner: TJ Puchyr
Headquarters: Concord , NC
Six teams set for two-day test at Phoenix with plenty on agendaSix NASCAR Cup Series drivers and teams head to Phoenix Raceway for a two-day test starting Tuesday with adjustments ahead of 2024.
Carson Hocevar joins Spire Motorsports with multiyear dealCarson Hocevar will move to the NASCAR Cup Series full time in 2024, becoming the driver of the No. 77 Spire Motorsports Chevrolet
Spire bolsters Truck Series operations, purchases Kyle Busch MotorsportsKyle Busch announced the sale of Kyle Busch Motorsports to Spire Motorsports, altering the ownership landscape in the Craftsman Truck Series.
Corey LaJoie signs multiyear extension with Spire MotorsportsCorey LaJoie has signed a multiyear extension to remain with Spire Motorsports in the Cup Series for "several years," he announced Wednesday.
Kyle Busch sidelined early after crash at New HampshireKyle Busch's day at New Hampshire Motor Speedway ended early after a crash at the end of Stage 1 in Monday's NASCAR Cup Series race.
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