After running seven NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races in 2014, SS Green Light Racing is pleased to announce that Ray Black Jr. will run the full NCWTS schedule for the Mooresville based team in 2015 driving the No. 07 ScubaLife Chevrolet Silverado.
"We’ve got the full NASCAR Camping World Truck Series on the schedule for 2015 and I am excited about that,” an exuberant Black said. “I’m ready to get started now!”
ScubaLife will be the primary sponsor for Black’s No. 07 Dive Truck with support from NASE Worldwide and CDA Technical Institute.
The Florida native will run for the NCWTS Rookie of the Year award. “Hopefully we can make something happen in the Rookie of the Year battle, but I know there will be other strong rookies contending for it so it’s going to be tough. We’ll go out there and run as we can and have clean races and finish races. We’ll let the dice roll and see how they land.”
“I’ve waited a long time for this opportunity and now that it’s official I can’t wait to get it going. I couldn’t be more happy for the team; it’s a great group of guys that I really enjoy being around,” Black continued.
Black started in motorsports at age 14 racing in the Florida Mini Cup Racing Association (FMCRA). After a couple seasons, he progressed through the asphalt ranks running in the Advance Auto Parts Pro Truck series and various late model series throughout the Southeastern United States. In 2014 Ray ran several late model races in addition to his limited NCWTS schedule where he proved his consistency behind the wheel finishing 6 of 7 races and completing over 92% of total possible laps.
SS Green Light Racing owner Bobby Dotter is looking forward to working with Black again, “I was pleasantly surprised with how well Ray picked up the heavier trucks. He’s a quick learner and the whole SS Green Light Racing team is looking forward to working with him next season. He’s really a down to earth, nice kid and I’m excited about next year.”
One of the most tenured teams in all of NASCAR racing, the SS Green Light Racing team has run 335 consecutive NCWTS races, a streak that dates back to 2001.
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