Gase Ready To Go Green in 2018
Joey Gase is set for the full NASCAR XFINITY Series schedule in 2018 as he will drive the No. 35 Sparks Energy entry for Go Green Racing.
“It’s been such a pleasure being part of Joey’s career,” Archie St. Hilaire said. “My family has been very lucky to be part of many firsts for Joey’s career and we look forward to creating great memories together again this year. With Sparks Energy, Donate Life, and many of our other great partners on-board, we hope to make the 2018 NASCAR Playoffs and compete with some of the big teams. We see a lot of potential in Joey, and hopefully we can move him up to Go FAS Racing in 2019 with a two-car Cup operation.”
Since making their debut in 2009, the Archie St. Hilaire-led organization has been involved in the NASCAR XFINITY Series since, with Gase making his series first start with the team in 2011 at Iowa Speedway. Gase has continued racing in XFINITY ever since, making his Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series debut in 2014 with Go Fas Racing.
The team announced that Patrick Donahue will call the shots after working with Gase last season, and Gase will have primary sponsorship from Sparks Energy Incorporated.
“Sparks Energy is a great family owned and operated company,” said Gase. “The owners, J and Magen, pour their hearts into the company and treat everyone like family. They’re truly living the American dream. I love their hardworking style and great ethics. It’s crazy to think that my partnership with Sparks all began with a Twitter message. I got an email back from the president of the company and the rest is history. I can’t wait to get to Daytona and run with this great team. I can’t thank Archie and everyone at Go Green Racing enough for the opportunity and Sparks Energy for making it happen.”
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