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By Seth Eggert, NASCAR Writer The last time Cale Conley competed in the NASCAR Xfinity Series was Kansas in 2015 for Tri-Star Motorsports. Unfortunately for Conley, sponsorship money dried up with three races left in the season. Now he has a new opportunity thanks to JGL Racing’s “Young Guns” program. Conley joins previously announced Scott Lagasse Jr., Corey LaJoie, Drew Herring, Jeb Burton and Dylan Lupton as members of JGL Racing’s “Young Guns” program. The first scheduled race for Conley is in the No. 24 Toyota Camry in the Hisense 300Read More
By Seth Eggert, NASCAR Writer JGL Racing has been developing their “Young Guns” program for the past several seasons. For this program, they use their No. 24 Toyota Camry to showcase various drivers throughout the NASCAR Xfinity Series schedule. One of the drivers that can now add their name to this program is Dylan Lupton. Lupton joins Corey LaJoie, Drew Herring, Jeb Burton, and Scott Lagasse Jr. as drivers of JGL’s No. 24 Toyota Camry. Lupton’s first race for JGL Racing will be at Richmond International Raceway on April 29Read More
By Seth Eggert, NASCAR Writer For the last six months, Jeb Burton has been on the sidelines due to sponsorship, but will be making his first NASCAR Xfinity Series start of the season with Saturday’s running of the My Bariatrics Solutions 300 at Texas Motor Speedway. Burton will pilot the No. 24 Estes Express Lines Toyota Camry for JGL Racing and will have Clinton Cram on the pit box as his crew chief this weekend. This will be Burton’s 97th career NASCAR National Series start. In his previous 96 starts, 50Read More
By Toby Christie, NASCAR Editor Corey LaJoie was once regarded as one of the hottest developmental talents in NASCAR. After winning five races in the 2012 K&N Pro East Series, LaJoie had opened many doors, but it led to very few starts in the Camping World Truck Series and Xfinity Series ranks. Sunday morning at Dover International Speedway, LaJoie got a chance to showcase his talents by securing his career-best finish. LaJoie started the race from the 19th position and all day long in the Drive Sober 200, he keptRead More