Corr Hopes to Build on Daytona Success in NASCAR Camping World Truck Daytona Race
Sean Corr will return to the high banks of Daytona International Speedway in a Ford F-150, looking to build upon his success in last Saturday’s race. Corr moved up over a dozen spots during the course of the 200 mile ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards season opener on Saturday Feb 16th to earn a 5th place finish. He
hopes to have the same success in the NextEra Energy Resources 250 on Friday Feb 22nd to be broadcast live on SPEED at 7:30pm (ET).
“We had a really good race here last weekend, and are looking for that success to carry over to this week” said Sean, after leaving yesterday’s Rookie Summit at the track. “The Empire Racing crew worked double duty during the off season on both the ARCA car and the NASCAR truck. They have put together a great set of vehicles, and we are lucky to have worked with Nick Ramey and Roush Yates Engines as we prepped for the race. Warriors In The Workplace will return as our primary marketing partner this week. We have been working together with them on the Restore-Recover-Renew Tour in the lead up to Speedweeks here in Daytona. RageTank and CroftgateUSA are returning on the truck as well. We are hoping for a good showing here again”.
Sean will return to Daytona for the NextEra Energy Resources 250 in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series on Feb 22nd. Thursday’s practice and Friday’s qualifying will be televised live on SPEED. The Friday night race will be televised live on SPEED and broadcast on MRN Radio and Sirius XM Channel 90 starting at 7:30 pm.
The Warriors In The Workplace will be the primary marketing partner on the #82 truck. The mission of Warriors In the Workplace is to help restore, empower, and renew hope for our US Military Veterans as they look to transition from a military career to a rewarding and sustaining career within the civilian sector, based upon the skills they have learned and perfected throughout their tenure in the military.
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