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#66 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Team News

OFFICIAL TEAM/DRIVER LINKS
MBM Motorsports
Carl Long Motorsports (old)

PRIMARY SPONSORS LINKS

SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS
Carl Long Motorsport - Twitter
Carl Long Motorsport - Facebook
MBM Motorsports - Twitter
MBM Motorsports - Facebook
MBM Motorsports - Instagram

STATISTICS
Carl Long - ESPN.com
Carl Long - RacingReference.info, driver
Carl Long - RacingReference.info, owner

MORE INFO
2017 #96 Paint Scheme page
#46 2009
#46 2008
Paint Scheme Gallery
Driver Appearances
Team Address/Contact

Contract Status: Driver:?; Primary Sponsor: ?; Manufacturer: ?


#66 Team / Driver News

Carl Long forced to remove sponsor logos: Carl Long was forced to strip the logo of a Colorado-based marijuana vaping company from his car Friday after NASCAR said it violated rules governing sponsorship and paint schemes.[More](5-12-2017)

The team and car are on the Kansas entry list but no driver is listed. Supposedly Carlo Long will drive. MBM Motorsports posted and image of the paint scheme for the car, see it on the #66 Team Schemes page (5-9-2017)

Carl Long Motorsports to attempt Kansas Cup race UPDATE: Ok .. will break the news here ... MBM motorsports will bring our chevy #66 to Kansas to compete in the Monster Energy Cup Series. I am hoping to sign a couple sponsors to get us there. The special deal of the week. $25,000 gets the whole car for NASCAR's top series. It has been a few years since i was able to race in cup and I am very excited to be back. The sad part is we are running short on $ to get there. I have asked several of my fellow xfinity drivers if they can squeeze some $ from their sponsors and i will let them drive. So we will have car 66 there with George Church as crew chief and Joey Arrington provid (Carl Long Motorsports Facebook page)(5-5-2017)
UPDATE Race team owner/driver Carl Long, who has been banned from competing in the NASCAR Cup garage since having an illegal engine during the all-star race weekend in May 2009 and unable to pay the team's $200,000 fine, plans to be back in the Cup garage next week. "[NASCAR] made me an agreement so I can get over there. ... I'm just pleased to be able to make a living on the Cup side again," Long said. Long, who had bought that engine from a supplier and has said he had no idea it was illegal, has been working as a car owner and part-time driver in the Xfinity Series and will continue those efforts as well. He bought a Cup car from HScott Motorsports after last season and plans to field it, pending sponsorship, next week at Kansas Speedway since the Xfinity teams have an off week. A NASCAR spokesman confirmed that Long has met conditions to return to the Cup garage.(ESPN)(5-6-2017)