After a troublesome weekend in Pennsylvania leaving the team with unfinished business, Corey LaJoie is eager to get on track at Michigan International Speedway to showcase the conspicuous speed that the No. 32 Ford Mustang has exhibited in recent weeks.
Heading into the weekend in Brooklyn, Michigan, LaJoie trails the No. 43 of Bubba Wallace who currently sits 28th in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series standings by just five points.
LaJoie has already secured two top-15 finishes as the series nears the halfway point of the season, tying him with the two top-15 finishes the No. 32 earned over the course of the entire 2018 season.
The driver of the Go Fas Racing Ford has four Cup starts at the two-mile track to his credit, with a best finish of 27th.
Teams will be competing in Ford’s backyard, as Ford Motor Company is headquartered in Dearborn, about an hour from Brooklyn, the site of this weekends event.
Making their second showing with the Mooresville, NC-based team in the Irish Hills of Michigan, Harvest Investments will return to serve as the primary sponsor for the FireKeepers Casino 400. The company first appeared at this race one year ago with their sleek black and gold scheme.
Based in Wethersfield, CT, Harvest Investments was established in 1992 to acquire and manage multi-family apartment properties as a means of generating significant cash flow, a consistent return on capital and long-term capital appreciation.
Harvest Properties can assist anyone in finding the perfect place to call home. Harvest Properties offers pleasant and affordable housing with locations across the United States, offering efficient, one, two, and three bedroom apartment homes.
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With this fresh scheme! pic.twitter.com/mtBGoRU5H5
— Go Fas Racing (@GoFasRacing32) June 5, 2019