Sources within the team said the change stemmed from unhappiness with the level of feedback received from Truex. He is not expected to return to the car this season.
Cole Whitt remains at the wheel of the team’s No. 26 Rinnai Toyota, with Alex Bowman continuing in the No. 23 Dr. Pepper Toyota. Former Roush Fenway Racing developmental driver Clay Rogers drove a fourth BK Racing entry – the No. 93 Iowa City Capital Partners Toyota – at NHMS Sunday, finishing 43rd after completing just 45 laps.
Messages left with BK Racing officials seeking comment were not immediately returned.
Being a Cup series rookie, with limited Nationwide experience, he wouldn't know too much about the cars and how they drive to provide too much feedback, you'd think.ReplyDelete
He should be paying them to drive. He is living off his grandfathers nameReplyDelete
Sounds like the same deal Landon Cassill went through. You can't put your life on the line and not get paid for it.ReplyDelete