Corey LaJoie said Friday that he will not return to the Go Fas Racing No. 32 team in the NASCAR Cup Series next season.
In a Friday tweet, LaJoie said: “I’m sure most of you have seen the silly season news regarding the mutual decision for me to part ways with Go Fas Racing after this season. My partners and I are in discussions with several other opportunities to continue improving competitively in the Cup Series. Go Fas has been a significant part of my growth. Together, over the last two years of competing, we’ve achieved career-best finishes for both myself and the team. I’ve enjoyed working with all the guys and made lifelong friendships. Archie (St. Hilaire) runs a great team. I wish them all the best next season.”
The 2020 season was LaJoie’s second with Go Fas, after spending a year each with BK Racing and TriStar Motorsports. He has three top 10s in 59 starts with Go Fas coming into this weekend’s doubleheader at Dover, with a best finish of eighth this year in the Daytona 500. The 28-year-old driver also is the co-host of MRN’s “Sunday Money,” a podcast where he talks about the world of racing and his life.