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Monarch joins TriStar for multiple races

After an eventful run at Daytona International Speedway last weekend, Corey LaJoie and the No. 72 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series (MENCS) team have regrouped and are gearing up to head to Kentucky Speedway for more Saturday night action under the lights. Not having any previous MENCS starts at the 1.5-mile, tri-oval, this weekend will mark LaJoie’s first start in NASCAR’s premier series at the Sparta, Kentucky based facility. To his credit, LaJoie does have one start in the NASCAR XFINITY Series where he finished 16th and a previous ARCA start in 2013 where he claimed the victory and took home the trophy.

Monarch, new-comer to the NASCAR scene, first joined LaJoie on the roof of the No. 72 last weekend at Daytona International Speedway and has since committed to a primary sponsorship of the No. 72 in a multi-race deal including Kentucky Speedway, New Hampshire Speedway and Pocono Raceway. Based in Los Angles, California, Monarch Wallet is the best cryptocurrency wallet to store, send or receive cryptocurrencies for users and merchants alike. Being a total fiat-crypto exchange with a wallet and merchant plugin that offer recurring payments for monthly bills, on a proprietary blockchain with tokens continuously backed by silver, Monarch is an all-in-one trading and investment platform.

Kicking off the sponsorship this weekend, LaJoie and the No. 72 team are amped for the partnership and are eager to unload for the Quaker State 400 and compete in the Bluegrass state at Kentucky Speedway.

— TriStar Motorsports —