Chesapeake, VA – Key Motorsports has finalized their 2004 plans to run the full season in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series with the announcement of the signing of a CHAMPION.
Joey Clanton, 2002 ASA Champion, has signed an agreement that will put him at the reigns of the #40 Chevrolet Silverado beginning with the Florida Dodge Dealers 250 in Daytona on February 13th. Clanton, 31 of Stockbridge, GA has been racing stock cars since he was a teenager. Now he is setting his sights on the Craftsman Truck Series as his next conquest. “I couldn’t have picked a better group to team with for my first year in the series. With my past experience in Late Models, ASA, and both of our involvements in the Busch Series, we bring the experience needed to win not only races but also a championship, stated Clanton”. Curtis Key, owner of the # 40 truck also carries the optimism and confidence to Daytona. “We are very excited to have Joey as our driver. He is a working driver so he not only has proven driving experience but knows how to work on the truck as well,” said Key.
Key Motorsports is owned and operated by Curtis W. Key Sr. Key Motorsports is one of two teams associated with NASCAR left in the state of Virginia, since the relocation of the Woods Brothers Nextel Cup team and Hermie Sadler’s Busch Series operation, to North Carolina. The team hopes that other top NASCAR teams establish themselves in Virginia to help support the Virginia Motorsports Coalition Program. The program will bring a boost not only to the racing community but to the states economy as well.
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Key Motorsports is located at 1013 Executive Blvd, Chesapeake, VA 23320. For further information please call (757)-547-4411 or visit www.ckeymotorsports.com