BJ McLeod Motorsports Tag

By Luis Torres, Staff Writer B.J. McLeod wears multiple hats around the NASCAR garage. Not only he drives for JD Motorsports in the Xfinity Series, but also owns a three-car operation in the same series, and occasionally drives for Rick Ware Racing in the Cup Series. Through it all, the 36-year-old has been competing in the national touring series since 2010 when he drove for Germain Racing at Martinsville in the Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series. During last month’s Daytona 500 Media Day, McLeod said that ever since his 17thRead More
By Seth Eggert, NASCAR Correspondent B.J. McLeod Motorsports has tabbed NASCAR Whelen Euro Series Elite 1 driver Loris Hezemans for Road America. Hezemans will drive the No. 99 Koolbox Chevrolet Camaro SS in the NASCAR Xfinity Series CTECH Manufacturing 180 at the 4.048-mile road course. The Eindhoven, Netherlands native is in just his second NASCAR Whelen Euro Series Elite 1 season. In 21 starts, Hezemans has earned three victories, including the last two events. The Hendriks Motorsport driver sits fourth in the championship standings, 36-points behind defending champion Alon Day.Read More
By Luis Torres, Staff Writer B.J. McLeod Motorsports announced Thursday they’re expanding to three full-time entries in the NASCAR Xfinity Series this season. Owner/driver B.J. McLeod said his own team began working on the upcoming season the week after Homestead, adding that he’s confident they’re on the right track and eager to announce the team’s plans. “After going straight to work the week after Homestead, all in preparation for 2019, we feel like we got a great start for the upcoming season,” said McLeod. “We are stoked to announce our driverRead More
By Seth Eggert, NASCAR Writer Before the season began, Jeff Green, the 2000 NASCAR Xfinity Series Champion announced another full-time NASCAR Xfinity Series season with BJ McLeod Motorsports. Entering the Sparks Energy 300 at Talladega Superspeedway, Green had a season best finish of 25th at Bristol Motor Speedway. In the first practice session, Green’s unsponsored No. 8 Toyota Camry was the slowest of the 41 cars. In the final practice, he improved to 16th out of the 20 cars that took time. In qualifying, Green had to utilize his PastRead More