#32 NASCAR Team News and Links

Bobby Labonte Foundation
Bobby Labonte Foundation


Go FAS Racing
Go Green / Go Fas Racing
Bobby Labonte (4 races)
Jeffrey Earnhardt (20+ races)
Joey Gase
Bobby Labonte Foundation


Can-Am (13 races)(2016+)
Keen Parts (8 races)
corvetteparts.net (part of the Keen Parts sponsorship)
C&J Energy Services (4 restrictor races)
Visone RV (2 races)
Donate Life


Visone RV
ZAK Products


Go Fas Racing - Twitter
Go Fas Racing - Facebook
Bobby Labonte - Twitter
Bobby Labonte - Facebook
Jeffrey Earnhardt - Twitter
Jeffrey Earnhardt - Facebook
Joey Gase - Twitter
Joey Gase - Facebook
Cam-Am - Twitter
Cam-Am - Facebook
Keen Parts - Twitter
Keen Parts - Facebook
CorvetteParts.net - Facebook
C&J Energy Services - Twitter
C&J Energy Services - Facebook


Bobby Labonte - ESPN
Bobby Labonte - RacingReference.info
Jeffrey Earnhardt - ESPN.com
Jeffrey Earnhardt - RacingReference.info
Joey Gase - ESPN
Joey Gase - RacingReference.info
Patrick Carpentier - ESPN.com
Patrick Carpentier - RacingReference.info

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  • Races [4] that C&J Energy Services is scheduled to be the primary sponsor in 2016:
    Daytona - 2/21, Bobby Labonte(1)
    Talladega - 5/1, Labonte(2) (was Rimrock Devlin)
    Daytona - 7/2, Labonte(3)
    Talladega - 10/23, Labonte(4)

  • Races [13] that Can-Am is scheduled to be the primary sponsor in 2016
    with Jeffrey Earnhardt Driving (except Sonoma & Indy):
    Atlanta - 2/28
    Las Vegas - 3/6
    Auto Club - 3/20
    Texas - 4/9
    Charlotte - 5/29
    Michigan - 6/12
    Sonoma - 6/26, Patrick Carpentier
    Indianapolis - 7/24, Patrick Carpentie
    Bristol - 8/20
    New Hampshire - 9/25
    Dover - 10/2
    Phoenix - 11/13
    Homestead - 11/20

  • Races [8] that Keen Parts / Corvetteparts.net is scheduled to be the primary sponsor in 2016:
    with Jeffrey Earnhardt Driving:
    Bristol - 4/17, co-sponsor w/Visone RV
    Richmond - 4/24
    Dover - 5/15
    Kentucky - 7/11
    Michigan - 8/28
    Darlington - 9/6
    Richmond - 9/12, co-sponsor w/Visone RV
    Martinsville - 10/30

  • Races [?] that will be driven by Joey Gase in 2016:
    Phoenix - 3/13, LifeCell as the sponsor
    Martinsville - 4/3, Donate Life
    Kansas - 5/7, Sparks Energy

  • Races [1] that North Carolina Education Lottery is scheduled to be the primary sponsor in 2016:
    Charlotte, Sprint Showdown - 5/20, Jeffrey Earnhardt

  • Races [8] that no sponsor is currently scheduled to be the primary sponsor in 2016:
    Pocono - 6/5,
    New Hampshire - 7/17,
    Pocono - 7/31,
    Watkins Glen - 8/7,
    Chicago - 9/18,
    Charlotte - 10/8,
    Kansas - 10/16,
    Texas - 11/6

  • Contract Status: Drivers: 2016; Primary Sponsors: 2016

#32 Team News and Rumors
(NOTE: some older links may not work)

  • N.C. Education Lottery sponsoring Go Fas: The North Carolina Education Lottery has partnered with Go Fas Racing and JEI as a primary partner of Jeffrey Earnhardt's #32 Ford Fusion for this weekend's Sprint All Star Show Down at the Charlotte Motor Speedway. "The lottery is excited to sponsor Jeffrey Earnhardt and Go Fas Racing in the #32 car in the Sprint Showdown and Coca-Cola 600," said Frank Suarez, the lottery's deputy executive director of brand management and communications. "Visible partnerships like this have helped support ticket sales and increase earnings for education for 10 years. And we hope Jeffrey feels that having the lottery behind him will put good luck on his side as he races." The NC Education Lottery will be on-site in the Charlotte Motor Speedway midway at the Avenue of Flags for both the All-Star race, and the Coke 600 race weekends.(GoFas Racing)(5-18-2016)

  • Gase returning to the #32 at Kansas: For the third time in 11 races, Joey Gase will take the green flag for NASCAR Sprint Cup Series action. This time, the 23-year-old will take to the 1.5-mile track of Kansas Speedway for Saturday night's GoBowling.com 400, returning to the #32 Ford. The first two races of 2016 for Gase came on the shorter tracks of Phoenix International Raceway and Martinsville Speedway where he finished 32nd and 36th for Go FAS Racing. Unlike most tracks on the Cup circuit, Gase will be back in his homeland in the Midwest as he hails from Cedar Rapids, Iowa - about five hours north of Kansas Speedway. "I can't thank Go FAS Racing enough for choosing to put me in the seat and all of our great partners for teaming up with us this weekend," said Gase. Joining Joey and the Go Fas Racing team will be Sparks Energy, who also sponsored Gase last weekend at Talladega Superspeedway during the Sparks 300, Heavy Quip Inc., and Midwest Transplant Network.(Joey Gase Racing)(5-4-2016)

  • Bobby Labonte Foundation's "Tour de Reason" on the #32 at Talladega: Bobby Labonte and Go Fas Racing announced that the Bobby Labonte Foundation's Archdale Drug Tour de Reason will be featured on the roof, side quarter panels and decklid of the Go Fas Racing #32 Ford Fusion this weekend at Talladega Superspeedway. Rimrock Devlin, a Jacksonville, Fla., based company, returns as the primary sponsor this weekend and will support the Tour de Reason in August. Registration is now open for the sixth annual cycling event scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 27 in Thomasville, N.C., and for the first time, the 2000 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion has added an evening cocktail reception and silent auction to the weekend's activities on Friday, Aug. 26, at The Gallery in downtown Thomasville. Last year, more than 225 riders weaved their way through one of the either 63, 35 or 12-mile-fun-ride courses that toured scenic Davidson and Randolph counties. The start and finish lines are bookended by the quaint Thomasville Main Street shops and businesses and participants will experience a sponsor festival featuring music, food and various vendors after crossing the finish line. Registration for the Tour de Reason is $25 for a single entry or $160 for a team of eight. The 2016 edition of the Bobby Labonte Tour de Reason racing jerseys are also available for an additional $65. To register for the Tour de Reason bicycle ride, visit the Bobby Labonte Foundation website or call 336-434-1800. All proceeds from the event will benefit High Point Young Life, Victory Junction and Bicycling in Greensboro. Labonte is also wearing a special firesuit this weekend paying tribute to Josh Comstock, CEO of C&J Energy Services who recently passed away, and will auction it off to honor his niece, Miranda Labonte. Miranda Labonte is currently battling breast cancer and all proceeds from the 10-day auction will be donated to the Northwest Triad Affiliate of Susan G. Komen in North Carolina. To bid in the auction, fans are encouraged to visit the Bobby Labonte Facebook page.(Breaking Limits)(4-30-2016)

  • Rimrock Devlin sponsoring Go Fas at Dega: Go Fas Racing announced that Jacksonville, FL based company Rimrock Devlin will return to Go Fas Racing as the primary sponsor of Bobby Labonte's #32 Ford Fusion at Talladega Superspeedway for this weekend's Geico 500. Rimrock Devlin Development is a partnership established by two industry experts, fueled by the desire to build solid relationships and strong communities. They have worked to build an organization capable of managing large development projects while providing personal, reliable service, customized to meet clients' individual needs. (Go Fas Racing), see an image of the car on the #32 team paint schemes page.(4-27-2016)

  • Patrick Carpentier driving 2 races for Go Fas Racing: Go Fas Racing announces that Patrick Carpentier will pilot the #32 Can-Am, Kappa, Cyclops Ford Fusion at Sonoma Raceway in June, and at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in July. Carpentier has 40 starts in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series from 2007-2011. The Ville LaSalle, Quebec native has 2 NSCS starts at Sonoma with a best finish of 11h in 2009, and one start at Indianapolis where he finished 18th.
    "Even if I say that I'm retired, I could not miss the opportunity to drive in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, especially on circuits as interesting as those of Sonoma and Indianapolis," said Patrick Carpentier. "I'm really happy to wear the colors of Can-Am, Kappa, and Cyclops Gear because I love to use their products."
    "We are very happy with the choice of drivers made by our partner, Archie St.Hilaire of Go FAS Racing," said José Boisjoli President and CEO of BRP. "The decision to entrust the wheel of the Can-Am/Kappa/Cyclops Gear Ford Fusion #32 to Patrick Carpentier for the races in Sonoma and Indianapolis, pleases us very much."(Go Fas Racing)(4-22-2016)

  • Visone RV to co-sponsor #32 Ford at Bristol: Visone RV returns to Go Fas Racing for the 2016 NSCS Season as both an associate and primary sponsor of the #32 Ford. Visone RV will be present on the #22 for all 36 Scheduled NSCS events while also taking on a few split primary sponsorship duties with Corvette Parts. The first split primary sponsorship will be this weekend's Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway followed by The Federated Parts 400 at Richmond International Raceway in September. Visone RV, based in East Bernstadt, Kentucky has the world's largest selection of new and used Motor Home parts in the nation and sells new and used RVs.(Go Fas Racing), see an image of the scheme on the #32 Team Schemes page (4-13-2016)

  • Joey Gase back in the #32 at Martinsville: per Joey Gase Racing's Facebook page: Happy to announce Joey (Gase) will be racing at Martinsville Speedway in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race on April 3rd! We are looking for sponsors for this race. This is a track Joey has always wanted to race at and is similar to the local track he grew up on! Hawkeye Downs Speedway and Expo Center. Gase ran the #32 Ford in one race so far in 2016, last week at Phoenix, finishing 32nd, his career best finish. Gase has raced the #32 in 3 races in 2015 and 4 races in 2014. This season the #32 Go Fas Racing team has run Bobby Labonte in the Daytona 500 and Jeffrey Earnhardt in two races, at Atlanta and Las Vegas. Earnhardt will be back in the #32 Can-Am Ford this week at Auto Club Speedway (3-16-2016)

  • Atlanta Post-Event Penalties announced: NASCAR released the Post-Event Penalty & Warning Report from Atlanta on Wednesday, among the penalties announced:
    #78 Furniture Row Racing crew chief Cole Pearn has been fined $50,000, suspended from the next NSCS championship event [Las Vegas] and remains on NASCAR probation through Dec. 31; team has been assessed with the loss of 15 championship owner and 15 championship driver [Martin Truex Jr.] points for a roof flap violation at Atlanta.
    #78 Team Statement: The following statement is attributed to Joe Garone, president of Furniture Row Racing. "Due to the severity of the P3 penalty levied against Furniture Row Racing and its crew chief Cole Pearn today (Wednesday), the #78 Sprint Cup team has informed NASCAR it will appeal the decision. The infraction, which was immediately corrected following technical inspection at Atlanta Motor Speedway last week, was safety related and not competition related. We sincerely appreciate that NASCAR has an appeal process so we can review the level of the penalty. The one-race suspension to Cole Pearn and monetary fine are temporarily deferred until the conclusion of the appeal hearing (FRR).
    #47 JTG Daugherty Racing crew chief Randall Burnett has been fined $15,000 and placed on NASCAR probation through Dec. 31; team has been assessed with the loss of 10 championship owner and 10 championship driver [AJ Allmendinger] points for illegal body attachment mounts/supports.
    Crew chiefs from the #3 (Slugger Labbe), #27 (Jason Alexander) & #31 (Luke Lambert) Richard Childress Racing teams and #95 Circle Racing - Leavine Family Racing team (Dave Winston) have been fined $15,000 and placed on NASCAR probation through Dec. 31; teams have been assessed with the loss of 10 championship owner and 10 championship driver (Austin Dillon, Paul Menard, Ryan Newman, Michael McDowell) points for illegal body attachment mounts/supports.
    #32 Go Fas Racing team of Jeffrey Earnhardt failed template inspection three times, pre-qualifying and received a written warning/loss of 15 min. practice time.
    #83-Matt DiBenedetto, #88-Dale Earnhardt Jr. and #98-Cole Whitt failed template inspection twice, pre-qualifying and received a written warning.(NASCAR)
    Pearn has appealed the suspension and will be at Las Vegas this weekend.
    see full report on the Atlanta Post-Event Penalties Page (pdf).(3-2-2016)

  • Joey Gase in the #32 at Phoenix: Joey Gase will be making his first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series start of 2016 with Go Fas Racing at Phoenix International Raceway on Sunday, March 13th. "It was a last minute deal,' said Gase. "I just found out late last week that I was going to be behind the wheel of the #32 Go Fas Ford in Phoenix. I am very excited for the opportunity Archie and the Go Fas Team is giving me and I look to take full advantage of it." Joey and Go Fas Racing are still looking for primary and associate sponsors.(Joey Gase Racing)(3-2-2016)

  • Jeffrey Earnhardt making 2016 debut at Atlanta: Kicking off his 2016 debut, Jeffrey Earnhardt will be driving the Can-Am sponsored #32 for Go Fas Racing in the 57th Annual Folds of Honor Quiktrip 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway, Sun. February 28th. This will be the first major primary sponsorship race of the season with Can-Am. Earnhardt, 26, from Mooresville, NC, has previously raced at Atlanta twice with his best finish of 25. He moves up to the Sprint Cup series after achieving 66 starts in the Xfinity series. Jeffrey will be running in at least 20 races in the #32 car this Sprint Cup season for Go Fas Racing and their partnership with Can-Am.(Go Fas Racing)(2-25-2016)

  • Bobby Labonte back with Joe Gibbs Racing for an XFINITY race: Joe Gibbs Racing (JGR) announced a partnership with NOS Energy Drink (owned by Monster), as primary sponsor of the team's #18 NOS Energy Drink Toyota in the NASCAR XFINITY Series. Kyle Busch will drive his first NOS program race at Atlanta and in subsequent races that total 16 XFINITY Series events this season. To kick off the 2016 race schedule at Daytona, Joe Gibbs Racing and NOS Energy Drink announced they are also bringing back another champion for the XFINITY series program start, longtime race winner and past Joe Gibbs Racing veteran racecar driver Bobby Labonte. "We've always sought out the most determined, fearless and committed athletes to represent our company and brands," said Vice President of Sports Marketing, Mitch Covington. He commented further, "With Kyle (Busch) in the seat most of the year and a strong Daytona start with Bobby (Labonte), we have every reason to believe our program will win." Labonte proved to be a strong selection to kick off the NOS Energy Drink program for the first race of the season as he rejoins Joe Gibbs Racing while they celebrate their 25th year of NASCAR racing. "I'm excited about the opportunity to drive for JGR again. I didn't think this would ever happen and when Joe called me about the program, it was a 'no-brainer.' Great race team, great cars, the opportunity is a good one. There would be nothing better than to hang a flag in this building too," said Labonte of the Daytona opportunity in front of him with the #18 JGR XFINITY Series team. A Texas native, Labonte was an early driver of the #18 with JGR and earned them 21 victories and a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Championship in 2000. Labonte is also a NASCAR Champion in the XFINITY Series (1991) and the IROC Series (2001) and has victories recorded in all three of NASCAR's premier racing series. 2016 marks Labonte's 30th consecutive year as a professional racecar driver. The #18 team's goal will again be to capture an Owner's Championship in the XFINITY Series. With Busch and Labonte confirmed and the recent announcement of Matt Tifft as driver of the #18 for races later in the schedule, crew chief Chris Gayle is eager to attack that goal.(JGR)(2-11-2016)

  • Keen Parts / Corvetteparts.net returns to sponsor the #32: Keen Parts / Corvetteparts.net will be the primary sponsor the #32 Go Fas Racing Ford for Jeffrey Earnhardt for eight races in 2016: Bristol in March, Richmond in April, Dover in May, Kentucky in July, Michigan in August, Darlington and Richmond in September and Martinsville in October (Go Fas Racing), see images of the scheme on the #32 Team Schemes page (1-28-2016)

  • Johnson, Wise, Marty Smith run half marathon: It's NASCAR's offseason, but drivers Jimmie Johnson and Josh Wise can't get enough of racing. Johnson, a six-time series champion; and fellow Sprint Cup driver took part in a half marathon on Saturday in Huntersville, N.C. As would be expected in their stockcar races, Johnson won. He was 12th overall. Johnson set a personal record by completing the 13.1-mile run in 1 hour, 27 minutes. He finished more than two minutes faster than Wise. Also running was [ESPN's] Marty Smith, who finished in 1 hour, 40 minutes. Wise's time of 1:30.01 placed him 22nd overall and third in 30-34 age bracket. Smith was 112th overall and 85th among 35-39 year olds.(Sporting News)(12-13-2015)

  • Gase wins Comcast Community Champion of the Year: During Monday's combined Xfinity Series and Camping World Truck Series Awards banquet in Hollywood, Florida, Joey Gase took home some well-deserved hardware of his own. Gase was named recipient of the inaugural Comcast Community Champion of the Year Award. "Comcast created the award to honor NASCAR team members for their outstanding charitable endeavors," according to a Comcast media release. "In addition to being named Comcast Community Champion of the Year, Gase received a $60,000 donation in his name to Iowa Donor Network, the Iowa-native's charity of choice." Part of the reason Gase was chosen was his advocacy for organ donation. When he was 18, Gase's mother Mary Jo passed away from a brain aneurysm. Gase donated several of his mother's organs, which led to either saving or improving the lives of 66 people. "I'm so thankful to Comcast for creating the Comcast Community Champion of the Year Award and recognizing so many great charities," said Gase. "To be able to promote organ donation at a higher level by winning this award really means a lot to me, the 120,000 people that are on the wait list right now, and all those people who are donors and their loved ones." Gase was one of three finalists for the award. The other two finalists, Martin Truex Jr. and Martha Nemechek, received $30,000 each for their respective charities. "We created the Comcast Community Champion of the Year Award to recognize the inspiring work from NASCAR team members like Joey Gase," said Matt Lederer, Executive Director of Sports Marketing at Comcast. "His story truly defines what it means to be a Comcast Community Champion, and we are honored to have him as the recipient of our inaugural award."(NBC Sports)(11-25-2015)

  • Special look for the #32 at Dega: When the #32 C&J Energy Services Ford Fusion arrives at the Talladega Superspeedway for the CampingWorld.Com 500 race weekend the familiar #32 will have a different look. In support of Breast Cancer Awareness month, the #32 will feature pink where silver is normally seen. "We are extremely proud to show our support for cancer awareness month," said C&J Energy Services CEO Josh Comstock. "Not only are we doing it here at Talladega but we are running both of our NHRA top fuel dragsters wrapped in pink all month as well. It's a great way to raise awareness and I think the Number 32 car looks amazing. I truly appreciate the GoFas Racing Team and Bobby being supportive of the cause."(Go Green Racing), see an image of the car on the #32 team paint schemes page.(10-20-2015)

  • Jeffrey Earnhardt, Bobby Labonte in #32 next season with sponsorship from Can-Am: Can-Am, a member of the BRP family and the leader in ATV & Side By Side Vehicles will join Go FAS Racing and Jeffrey Earnhardt in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series beginning with the 2016 season. The 26-year-old Mooresville, NC native signed a multi-year deal with GFR and will be competing for the coveted NSCS Sunoco Rookie Of The Year award. The new multi year relationship between GFR and Earnhardt will feature Can-Am, which is headquartered in Valcourt, Canada, as a primary sponsor of the #32 Ford Fusion for eleven NASCAR Sprint Cup Series events and as an associate-level partner in all other 2016 events. "I'm really excited to join GFR," said Jeffrey Earnhardt. "I'm thrilled to have Can-Am on board as our partner for 2016. I'm an avid outdoorsman and their products are the gold standard for outdoor sports, so it's a perfect fit. With Can-Am supporting our team we're certain to increase our competitiveness throughout the 2016 season." With Can-Am ATVs, side-by-side vehicles and Spyder roadsters, BRP is carrying on a long tradition of conquests. More than 30 years ago, the world discovered the Can-Am brand through revolutionary motocross bikes and its legend and winning spirit live on - with passion and exhilaration. "We are all really excited about this new partnership with Can-Am and Jeffrey Earnhardt for 2016", said GFR owner Archie St.Hilaire. "This deal will improve our program and make us much more competitive in the upcoming season while giving Jeffrey all the tools he needs to succeed at this level. 2016 can't come soon enough for myself and everyone at GFR." Starting at the 2016 NASCAR Speedweeks at Daytona international Speedway, Go Green Racing will start competing under the GoFAS banner with the #32 Ford Fusion.(GoFAS Racing)
    AND Bobby Labonte, the 2000 NASCAR Cup champion, will pilot the car in the four restrictor plate tracks including the season opening Daytona 500, the Coke Zero 400 and the two Talladega Superspeedway races. Can-Am will be an associate sponsor of the #32 Ford Fusion two of these events. In addition to supporting the Sprint Cup effort, the Can-Am livery will run on Alex Labbe's car for the full 2016 season in the Canadian Tire Series. The partnership also includes four clothing collections from Kappa - one featuring the GoFAS Racing Team Collection - along with the CGX2 camera by Cyclops Gear which will share in the sponsorship and be distributed through BRP's North American dealer network.(Motorsport)(9-19-2015)

  • Jeffrey Earnhardt to make Cup debut: After part-time rides, a spell competing in mixed martial arts and a return to racing, Jeffrey Earnhardt - grandson of Dale Earnhardt, and nephew of Dale Earnhardt Jr. - makes his Sprint Cup debut tonight at Richmond. Jeffrey Earnhardt will start 42nd in the #32 BeerFrost.com / Corvetteparts.net Ford. "I'm just thankful to have this opportunity,'' said Earnhardt. "I've got a long, long way to go to learn these cars.'' Earnhardt's goal is simple. He wants to run all the laps and finish in the top 30. If not, he'll have another chance to reach those goals. He's scheduled to drive the car again in two weeks at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.(NBC Sports)(9-12-2015)

  • Saturday's XFINITY race could be the last for Boris Said: Saturday's race at Road America marks the finale of a five-race NASCAR XFINITY Series schedule for veteran road racer Boris Said this year in Joe Gibbs Racing's #54 Toyota. On Friday, Said hinted that the event could signify another finale on a much broader scale. "Man, this is like the best Christmas present I ever got in my life," Said said after Friday's final practice at the 4.048-mile track. "I've been racing for over 30 years. I'm going to be 53 in a couple weeks. In the last three or four years, I've been racing cars that don't have a prayer to win, underfunded teams. It's still fun, but not fun not being competitive. So, to get an opportunity to drive for Monster and Joe Gibbs and Toyota in equipment like this, it was a dream come true. To finally run in the top five at Watkins Glen, it kind of shows, hey maybe it's not my age, it was just the equipment. It's just been one of the most fun years I've ever had doing these five races with these guys. Now that it's last one, it might be the last NASCAR car race I ever run, I don't know. But it sure is a cool way to go out." If Saturday proves to be Said's swan song, his record will show one XFINITY victory, one Camping World Truck Series win and two Sprint Cup pole positions in a career that dates back to 1995 in NASCAR national series competition.(NASCAR.com)(8-29-2015)

  • Jeffrey Earnhardt to make Sprint Cup Series debut at Richmond: Go Green Racing (GGR) announced that Jeffrey Earnhardt will make his NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (NSCS) debut with GGR in the #32 Ford at Richmond International Speedway during the Federated Auto Parts 400. This will mark the return of two Earnhardt's competing in the NSCS for the first time in over a decade. "I'm really excited to get this opportunity and thrilled that CorvetteParts.Net is sponsoring my debut in Sprint Cup," commented Earnhardt. "The Keens have been very good to me and having their company be part of an important day in my career is pretty cool. I appreciate everyone at Go Green Racing for making this happen and look forward to doing my best to make it a good debut." The 26 year-old, Mooresville, NC native has three previous starts in NASCAR Xfinity Series (NXS) with longtime GGR sponsor CorvetteParts.Net, as they will once again team with Earnhardt and GGR for the event at Richmond. The Federated Auto Parts 400 will mark Earnhardt's return to GGR. In 2012 Earnhardt made one start for Archie St.Hilare in the (NXS) while making 16 starts in 2013. "Tom and I have been waiting for this announcement like expectant parents," said CorvetteParts.Net owner TJ Keen. "We are very excited to have Jeffrey back in the CorvetteParts.net (Keen Parts) uniform and look forward to having him wheel the Go Green Racing #32 Ford Fusion at Richmond. We are extremely honored to be affiliated with Archie St. Hilaire and the entire organization. Every member on this team gives 100% week in and week out and their positive attitude and desire is none to compare."
    "Mason and I are really looking forward to Jeffrey's first start in the sprint cup series with the 32 team," stated team owner Archie St.Hilaire. "Jeffrey drove for us in the Xfinity series a few years back and worked really well with our crew chief Clinton Cram. I think their relationship will help Jeffrey move up into the cup series a smooth transition and hopefully be the start of something great for the future!"(GGR PR)(8-27-2015)

  • Go Green's Darlington scheme a throwback to Ricky Craven: Go Green Racing announces our throwback paint scheme for the Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway on September 6th. The last time the #32 went to victory lane in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, was at Darlington Raceway in 2003 with Ricky Craven behind the wheel in one of the closest finishes in NASCAR history. Go Green Racing's owner, Archie St.Hilaire, expressed his excitement in bringing back the 32 scheme for Darlington's running for the Southern 500. "Being a Maine native I alway's pulled for Ricky when he was running in the Cup Series. I couldn't see a more ideal situation to run this throwback scheme." Addittionally, GGR announces a new partner for Darlington. BeerFrost is an environmental friendly product sprinkled on ice causing it to drop in temperature by up to 30 degrees resulting in FROSTY cold beer Long time GGR partner CorvetteParts.Net will also be on the #32 for the Southern 500.(Go Green Racing), see an image of the car on the #32 team paint schemes page.(8-26-2015)

  • Latest on the OXYwater Fraud: Federal agents have arrested 42-year-old Preston Harrison on charges of tax fraud and money laundering. Harrison is alleged to have bilked investors, who invested in the company he founded called OXYwater, out of millions of dollars. IRS and FBI agents came to Harrison's Lewis Center home on Tuesday to arrest Harrision and his wife Lovena. Harrison and his partner were founders of the company, which produced a vitamin-enhanced sports drink that contained added oxygen. When the company filed bankruptcy with no assets in 2013, the government says investors lost $9 million dollars. "It's unfortunate that all these people invested $9 million dollars of hard earned savings into this product and won't get back those dollars," said Assistant US Attorney Laura Fulton. According to court records, in an effort to make OXYwater appear profitable, Harrison defrauded investors by creating false sales and profit data. Records show, Harrison took the investors' money and laundered it through his wife's daycare business called Forever Now, which filed for bankruptcy in 2013. The government says Harrision took the cash and bought a pool for his home along with a 7-series BMW, Cadillac Escalade, and 8 weapons. Harrison faces more than 30 charges involving tax evasion and money laundering. If convicted he could face decades in prison.(10tv.com).
    OXYWater was announced as the primary sponsor of the #32 FAS Lane Racing Ford team early in the 2013 season and a few weeks later reports had the IRS probing OXYwater founders. The final race OXYwater was on the #32 Ford was at Indianapolis in July 2013 with Timmy Hill driving.(5-21-2014)

  • FAS Lane and Go Green Racing enter joint venture: FAS Lane Racing owner, Frank Stoddard, and Go Green Racing owner, Archie St. Hilaire, announce that they have entered into a joint venture for the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season and beyond. "Frank has a great program here at FAS Lane Racing and we believe that by combining our resources, we can take the program to the next level," said St. Hilaire. "It's been my goal to race in the Sprint Cup Series on a weekly basis and this joint venture makes the most sense for both parties." Stoddard and St.Hilaire both recognize the increasing challenges to being competitive at the Sprint Cup level. By combining resources from both their teams, they believe the joint venture will strengthen the overall program of the #32 Ford. Two-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion Terry Labonte will return to the teams #32 entry to compete in the season opening Daytona 500. The driver list for the remaining races will be announced in the coming weeks. The team also announces that they have hired veteran crew chief Dan Stillman, giving Stoddard more time to focus on the business side and assist in securing marketing and sponsorship opportunities for the team. The team will continue to operate out of the FAS Lane Racing shop in Mooresville, North Carolina where they will continue to field Fords and utilize Roush/Yates engines.(Integrity Sports Marketing)(12-24-2013)

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1 Ryan Pemberton, Jim Sauter, Lance Hooper, Anita Witzke, Brennan Pattie, Darel Dieringer

2 Kyle Petty, Sandy Jones, Scott Brewer, Reggie Sutton

3 Jamie McMurray, Troy Selberg, Barney Oldfield, Mark Smith, Dave Collins, Mark Graves

4 Terry and Jerry Windell, Michael Dokken, Barry Dodson, Brienne Davis, Carl Kiekhaefer

5 Bobby Hillin, Butch Miller, Gary Nelson, Bob Osborne, Ronnie Hoover, Raymond Parks, Jason White

6 Max Jones, Justin Allgaier, Scott Radel, Steve Wilson

7 Tim Richmond, Robbie Loomis, Rodney Childers, Joe Ewert, Brian Sockwell, Jason Small, Tom Czerwinski

8 Frank Mundy, Bob Leavine, Kristen Labonte, Tabitha Burton, Tom Schacht, Carlos Contreras, Lloyd Moore, Joey Coulter

9 David Hobbs, Billy Bigley, Mackena Bell

10 Chad Walter, Avery Manion

11 Matt Crafton, John Hunter Nemechek, Tyler Parrott, Layne Riggs, Taylor Elizabeth Schaffer, Patti Wheeler

12 Sue Raines, Joe Pittman, Sandy Kahne, Jennifer Jo Cobb, Brandon Benesch

13 Mark Marco, Harry Melling, R.D. Smith, Bryan Silas, Cory DeMarco

14 U.S. Army [1775], Richard 'Slugger' Labbe, Doug Richert, Angela Styers, Dustin Stanley, Brett Thompson

15 Bobby Leslie, Riki Rachtman, Willie Allen, Cami Parsons, Stefan Parsons, Bryan Clauson, Tabitha Stricklin

16 Pete Pistone, Ernie Cope, Shannon Myers, Kathyrn Huber

17 Kevin Hamlin, Rick Allen, Mike Jarrett

18 Jody Eastridge, Ryan Bell, Mimi Sabates

19 1st NASCAR race, David Stremme, Joe Lewis, Charlie Glotzbach, Steve Post, Kyle Pearce

20 Ron Hornaday Jr, Jerry Cook, Ritchie Petty, Cecil Gordon, Terry Ford, Paul Dallanbach, Mike Geato, Ella Sofia Gordon, Joe Cline

21 Phil Parsons, Tony Liberati, Eddie Pearson, Brad Hutton, Rick Hubner

22 Cole Whitt, Jeffrey Earnhardt, Dan Wheldon, Diane Bodine, Jay Sauter, Kevin Hamlin

23 Michael Annett, Phil Bonifield, Wayne Edwards, Chris Wimmer, Joe Bisciotti

24 Jim Bown, Kevin 'Bono' Manion, Josh Kirk, Ben Eklund, Shanda Renee Shepherd, Hut Stricklin, Samantha Ingerson

25 Jim Hannigan, Joe Bessey, Alexis Stoddard, Shawn Warren

26 Lorin Ranier, Kevin Lepage, David Sisco, Steve Grissom, Mark Cronquist, Jorge Goeters

27 Johnny Benson Jr, Ricky Mast, Robby Reiser, Todd Drakulich, Elizabeth Anne Petty, Aaron Smith, Dwayne Moore

28 Junior Johnson, Kym Clarke, Mike Skinner, Rich Hubbs, Walter Smith, Scott Hewitt, Sean Murphy

29 Jeff Burton, Martin Truex Jr, Eddie Bierschwale, Jenna Fryer, Page Jones, Tim Petty, Josephine "Ricki" Hendrick

30 Sterling Marlin, Lyndon Amick, Don Miller, Blake Parrott, Allen Bestwick III, Ron Liddell, Chad Tigert, Troy Prince

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