Doug Coby Racing Partners With Champion Crew Chief John McKenna, Announces 2022 Schedule

MILFORD, Conn. – Doug Coby Racing announced today the addition of champion crew chief John McKenna to the team for the 2022 season, while also announcing a seven-race Modified schedule. The team is tentatively set to run four NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour events and three Open Modified races – filling out a schedule where the ultimate goal will be to capture the trophy. The team also announced the return of Mayhew Tools as the primary sponsor of the No. 10 Modified.

NASCAR Cup Series Champion Crew Chief Todd Gordon Joins SiriusXM NASCAR Radio

NEW YORK – January 13, 2022 – Todd Gordon, the former veteran crew chief and 2018 NASCAR Cup Series Champion, is joining the roster of hosts on SiriusXM’s exclusive 24/7 SiriusXM NASCAR Radio channel and will co-host Late Shift every Monday night with Brad Gillie (7:00 – 10:00 pm ET) beginning January 17th.

Front Row Motorsports Hires Blake Harris in Crew Chief Role

MOORESVILLE, N.C. (January 6, 2022) – Front Row Motorsports (FRM) today announced the sharp-minded and energetic leader Blake Harris as the crew chief for Michael McDowell and the No. 34 Ford Mustang team. Harris, 34, joins FRM from previous winning stints at Furniture Row Racing and Joe Gibbs Racing with NASCAR Cup Series champion, Martin Truex, Jr.

Luke Lambert Named Crew Chief for Gragson, No. 9 Team at JRM

MOORESVILLE, N.C. (Jan. 4, 2021) – JR Motorsports has named veteran NASCAR Cup and Xfinity Series crew chief Luke Lambert to lead its No. 9 Bass Pro Shops/TrueTimber®/Black Rifle Coffee team with driver Noah Gragson for the 2022 season. Lambert takes over JRM’s highest-finishing team from 2021, as Gragson finished third in the 2021 NXS point standings.

Jerry Babb’s Journey from Maine to Snowball Derby Winning Crew Chief

Have suitcase, will travel. That is the motto of Jerry Babb, who left the state of Maine to advance his career in motorsports after having a cup of tea in the driver ranks. He’s worked and tried his hands in lots of places. The journey saw its highest point after a crafty-Maine former driver won the Snowball Derby as crew chief to young Georgia driver Chandler Smith on Sunday.

Crew Chief Phil Moran To Leave Doug Coby Racing At End Of 2021 Season

MILFORD, Conn. — Doug Coby Racing announced on Wednesday that crew chief Phil Moran will be departing the team at the end of the 2021 race season. Moran’s final race for the team will be on Sunday, October 10, in the return of the historic Thompson 300 at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park, with Doug Coby behind the wheel. Moran will be departing the team following this special event and will pursue a new opportunity with Haydt-Yannone Racing in 2022 with driver Ron Silk.