The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series will be heading into its fifth regular season race this weekend at Auto Club Speedway in Fontana, California. This weekend's race, the last of NASCAR's three-week trip to the west coast, will be a 400-mile race around the high-speed 2-mile oval. Corey LaJoie will be making his second Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series start at Auto Club Speedway this Sunday.
The Hartford Gold Group, who first sponsored Go Fas Racing in 2018 at Sonoma Raceway, will be returning this season to sponsor new driver Corey LaJoie. The Hartford Gold Group (HGG) is a family-owned company based in Los Angeles, CA that helps individuals and families diversify and protect their wealth with precious metals. These products include physical gold, silver and platinum coins and bars and the innovative Gold IRA.
Fans will have an added reason to cheer for the No.32 Hartford Gold Group Ford this weekend. If Corey LaJoie and the HGG Ford Mustang can finish within the top 20, The Hartford Gold Group will make a donation to "Our Military Kids" of $10,000 in Gold.
"This year The Hartford Gold group is honored to be sponsoring an amazing driver and team, Corey Lajoie with GoFas Racing, and NASCAR, an association aligned with our company and clients. We are also extremely excited to make a donation to Our military kids for $10,000 with a top 20 finish by Corey at Auto Club Speedway. As a family-owned company located in California, this race is close to our home and this cause is close to our hearts," said Sanford Mann, Founder and CEO of The Hartford Gold Group.
Corey LaJoie and the No.32 Schluter team continued their west coast swing at ISM Raceway, a 1-mile oval in Avondale, Arizona, less than thirty-minutes drive from Phoenix, Arizona. The team for the second time in four races made the second round of qualifying, qualifying 24th for Sunday's race. LaJoie was able to keep the No.32 Schluter Ford out of trouble, finishing a very respectable 26th when the checkered flag fell.
"We're starting to grow our notebook week by week so I look forward to applying everything we've learned this year to Fontana. The gold car looks great with Hartford Gold Group on it and I look forward to having their group out to the track."
Corey LaJoie Career Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Stats at Auto Club Speedway:
Average Start: 30th
Average Finish: 30th
Best Finish: 30th (2017)
About The Hartford Gold Group (HGG):
The Hartford Gold Group (HGG) is a family-owned company based in Los Angeles, CA that helps individuals and families diversify and protect their wealth with precious metals. These products include physical gold, silver and platinum coins and bars and the innovative Gold IRA.
Through our website, publications and expert Product Specialists, The Hartford Gold Group offers a wealth of precious metals market information and historical perspective that empowers both new and experienced investors.
The Hartford Gold Group created the Gold IRA specifically to help retirement investors achieve greater security for their future by adding "safe haven" assets to their portfolio.
For more information visit: www.thehartfordgoldgroup.com.
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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.
Go Fas Racing Hartford Gold Group - Auto Club Speedway
GFR Sponsor Schluter-Systems North America
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Go Fas Racing Sponsor Old Spice at the Atlanta Motor Speedway
Corey LaJoie finishes 18