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StarCom Racing and Jeffrey Earnhardt part ways

UPDATE 2: Salisbury, NC- StarCom Racing is happy to announce it will head to Martinsville and Texas with a new sponsor and driver for the #00. Landon Cassill will field the USFRA Chevy Camaro.

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Landon Cassill will be piloting the #00 for USFRA. Cassill has 230 starts in the Monster Energy Cup Series and garnered many solid finishes with a variety of teams. SCR and Team Manager, Derrike Cope, are excited for what's in store for the team in the coming weeks. "StarCom Racing was privileged to acquire a new partnership with USFRA and Landon Cassill behind the wheel. I'm optimistic that his knowledge and experience will only help our efforts as well as the growth of our team," says Cope.

"I love working with new teams. I feel like that is one of my strengths. StarCom Racing looks like they are in it for the long haul, and I am thrilled to be a part of it," comments Cassill.

--- StarCom Racing ---

UPDATE: Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series driver, Jeffrey Earnhardt and StarCom Racing have decided to mutually part ways for the time being. Earnhardt, the fourth-generation driver, has piloted the No. 00 VRX Simulators Chevrolet for the first five MENCS events in 2018.

"I want to thank StarCom Racing for the opportunity to pilot the No. 00 Chevrolet," commented Earnhardt. "We are working hard on our sponsorship package and long term plans, which unfortunately means taking a pause behind the wheel to take care of that business. I can't thank Robert Stanners and the VRX Simulators group enough for getting our season started, and continuing to support my racing career. We anticipate that there will be some exciting news to be shared within coming weeks."

--- Jeffrey Earnhardt Incorporated ---

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