LaJoie, who is a development driver for RPM, has one win in the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Series, five wins in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East and three wins in the ARCA Racing Series. The son of NASCAR champion Randy LaJoie, Corey has five starts in NASCAR's national series, with a Top-10 finish in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series earlier this year at Bristol.
"I have to thank both RPM and Biagi-DenBenste Racing for giving me the opportunity to put four races together in the Nationwide Series," said LaJoie. "This is a very good car with good people supporting it. They are a proven team that is capable of finishing in the Top-Five. These races will be another great opportunity to advance my learning curve on the bigger tracks and with cars with more horsepower."
Biagi-DenBeste Racing has made 11 starts with a best finish of fourth scored by David Ragan. RPM driver Aric Amirola has most recently raced the car at Chicagoland and Dover. LaJoie has one start with the team this season and finished 15th at the Kentucky Speedway.
"Corey has shown that he learns very quickly on the track," said Fred Biagi Co-Owner of Biagi-DenBeste Racing. "Our first race together we finished 15th in only his second Nationwide Series start. We feel that we can compete in the Top-10 and Top-Five in these four races with Corey and that's our goal."