With nothing set in stone for the 2020 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season, Corey LaJoie is doing everything in his power to help his cause.
Prior to his qualifying effort for Sunday’s Hollywood Casino 400 at Kansas Speedway, LaJoie indicated he has yet to sign a contract for next year, but he hopes to be back with Go Fas Racing and the No. 32 Ford Mustang entry.
“Every talk I’ve had, we’ve been working toward me being back where I’m at,” LaJoie said. “I feel like I’ve had good communication with my group … just getting to the point where we’re having some fun and I like the guys I’m with now.
“I haven’t signed anything, if that’s what the answer is, but I’m working toward making that happen.”
LaJoie also clarified what a potential relationship with Stewart-Haas Racing might look like if Go Fas Racing were able to team up with the Ford Performance powerhouse
“I think it’s just going to be Go Fas buying cars from Stewart-Haas as opposed to what you guys would say is an alliance,” LaJoie said. “There would be some sort of help, I hope, because four-year-old Front Row cars we’re taking and running with every week, obviously, there’s room to improve there.”
— NASCAR.com —