For the next two weeks, the NASCAR circuit will be right at home, racing at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Typically a thrilling show for fans as eligible teams compete for the hefty $1 million dollar bonanza, the Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star Race will consist of four stages, for a total of 85 laps. Corey LaJoie and the Freedom Hard team hope to have a shot in the All-Star Race for a chance at the grand prize. LaJoie, a Charlotte, NC native, has two opportunities to secure a spot in the All-Star field: winning the fan vote, or winning one of the three stages in the Monster Energy Open. With no points on the line, it is likely to see teams get dicey in hopes of making their way into the big show and ultimately snag the large check.
The Monster Energy Open will take place at 6:00 PM ET on Saturday, followed by the Monster Energy NASCAR All-Star Race at 8:00 PM ET. Both events will be televised on FS1.
Freedom Hard will be the primary sponsor for Corey LaJoie and the No.32 Go Fas Racing team. Freedom Hard is a patriotic apparel company started by United States Marine Corps Veteran Chris White. They develop and market products that represent rooted patriotism and simple American values that all backgrounds can identify with and proudly support. Through humor, non-profit partnerships, and awareness campaigns, the goal of Freedom Hard, is to unify this nations people, stand together as one, and support our everyday freedoms that were fought so hard for, in the past and now.
Last weekend at Kansas for the No. 32 Schluter Systems team:
Trending in the right direction, Corey LaJoie and the Schluter Systems team were able to clinch another top-25 under the lights at Kansas Speedway. LaJoie qualified 24th for the 267 lapper, but took the green from 16th after the starting lineup was adjusted due to teams failing post qualifying inspection. By the competition caution on lap 30, LaJoie was still running strong on the lead lap and eventually ending Stage One 28th. Throughout the duration of Stage Two, crew chief Randy Cox and the No. 32 team continued to make adjustments to help improve the Ford Mustang. He ended the Stage Two 28th. For the remainder of the race, LaJoie continued to climb the leaderboard, ending the night with a 22nd place result.
About Freedom Hard:
Freedom Hard was established in 2017 and proudly thrives on supporters of patriotism and pride of country. Founder and Owner, Chris White, is a United States Marine Corps Veteran, whose mission is to instill and spread the same power of pride and patriotism that our founding fathers had when laying the fabric for this great nation.
After spending over 8 years in Corporate America, Chris White saw a need to support and unify our country; not only in the Veteran Community, but in the Civilian Community as well, and as a result, Freedom Hard the Lifestyle Brand was born.
Freedom Hard develops and markets products that represent rooted patriotism and simple American values that all backgrounds can identify with and proudly support.
Through humor, non-profit partnerships, and awareness campaigns, the goal of Freedom Hard, is to unify this nations people, stand together as one, and support our everyday freedoms that were fought so hard for, in the past and now.
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About Go Fas Racing:
Go Fas Racing (GFR) currently fields Ford Mustangs in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series for driver Corey LaJoie. Located in Mooresville, North Carolina, GFR has competed in the NASCAR's premier series since 2014; fielding cars for some of NASCAR's top drivers, including past champions. To find out more information about our team please visit www.GoFasRacing.com.
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