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Go Fas Racing (doing business as Circle Sport-Go Fas Racing LLC) is an American professional stock car racing team that currently competes in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. Founded by long-time crew chief Frank Allen Stoddard as FAS Lane Racing, it came into its current form after merging with Archie St. Hilaire's Go Green Racing in 2014. The team currently fields the No. 32 Ford Mustang GT for Corey LaJoie full-time, in a partnership with Joe Falk.

Go Fas Racing
Go FAS Racing logo.png
Owner(s)Archie St. Hilaire
Joe Falk
BaseMooresville, North Carolina
SeriesMonster Energy NASCAR Cup Series
Race drivers32. Corey LaJoie
Sponsors32. Old Spice, Schluter Systems, Corvetteparts.net/Keen Parts, Cosmo Motors, Cyclops Gear, Dude Wipes, Superior Logistics Services Inc., PROSPR, The Hartford Gold Group, Freedom Hard, Harvest Investments, Motion Group, coinlotto.com, Scooby-Doo
ManufacturerFord
Opened2011
Career
Debut2011 Daytona 500 (Daytona)
Latest race2019 South Point 400 (Las Vegas)
Races competed284
Drivers' Championships0
Race victories0
Pole positions0

Contents

HistoryEdit

 
The Go Fas Racing race shop in Mooresville, North Carolina

FAS Lane Racing was established in 2011 when Stoddard's old team, Latitude 43 Motorsports, closed its doors. Stoddard then formed his own team with the remaining crew members, purchasing cars and equipment from Mark Simo and Boris Said's No Fear Racing as well as from Richard Petty Motorsports, Roush Fenway Racing and his old Latitude 43 team.[1] FAS represents Stoddard's initials (Francis Allen Stoddard), and Stoddard chose the number 32 in tribute to his racing mentor Stub Fadden, who was a Busch North Series racer from New England.[1][2]

In 2014, after a few years of struggling with team ownership, Stoddard merged the team with Archie St. Hilaire's Go Green Racing, forming Go Fas Racing. The team owner as of 2017 is St. Hilaire with Stoddard as the team consultant and Mason St. Hilaire as the general manager.

Monster Energy Cup SeriesEdit

Car No. 32 historyEdit

Early years (2011-2013)

With Stoddard serving as both owner and crew chief, the team began with Cup Champion Terry Labonte at Daytona 500, finishing a solid 15th.[2] Veteran Mike Skinner would run the next two races.[1] After Ken Schrader finished 33rd at Auto Club, the team became locked into the Top 35 in owner points despite failing to make Bristol with Schrader. Schrader also drove the car to a 22nd-place finish at Martinsville. The team also ran the full race at Texas with Big Red and finished 33rd. Talladega saw a change where they brought back Terry Labonte and Texas based company C&J Energy as the sponsor. They were upfront a couple of laps with J. J. Yeley drafting with them, but the engine let go to a 34th-place finish. The team has had multiple sponsors including VA Mortgage Centers, U.S. Chrome and Big Red. FAS Lane Racing also gave 2 drivers their Sprint Cup debuts this year. Jason White was one. White ran the No. 32 Gunbroker.com Ford at Pocono Raceway. He started 41st and finished 33rd. Andrew Ranger was the other. Ranger, the young Canadian from Quebec is a former NASCAR Canadian Tire Series champion. His debut came at Watkins Glen International in the Bully Hill Vineyards Ford where he started and finished 35th. His debut was cut short about 15 laps early with transmission failures. The team finished 34th in owners' points, guaranteeing the team a start in the first five races of 2012; the team later sold the owner's points to Michael Waltrip Racing in 2012 to allow Mark Martin to compete in the Daytona 500, with Labonte taking advantage of the past champion's provisional.

For 2012, FAS Lane Racing ran full-time in 2012 with Terry Labonte running 4 races with C&J Energy as the sponsor, Mike Bliss running 7 races with U.S. Chrome and Air National Guard as the sponsors, Ken Schrader running in 9 races with Federated Auto Parts as the sponsor, Boris Said running in 2 races, Reed Sorenson in select races, and other select drivers and sponsors for the remaining 13 races. After the Daytona 500, FAS Lane acquired the points from the No. 6 Roush Fenway Racing team. Ken Schrader drove in at least 9 2012 races with sponsorship from Federated Auto Parts. Also, Boris Said ran the No. 32 7-11 Slurpee/SoBe No Fear Energy Drink car at Sonoma and Watkins Glen. Jason White, Timmy Hill, T. J. Bell, and two-time K&N Pro Series East champion Mike Olsen also raced in the No. 32.

FAS Lane Racing used a variety of drivers for 2013, with Schrader, Hill, and Labonte racing. On January 30, 2013, Hill declared his intention to run against Danica Patrick and Ricky Stenhouse, Jr. for Sprint Cup Rookie of the Year honors.

OXYwater scandal (2013)
 
The No. 32 driven by Timmy Hill at Richmond International Raceway in 2013

The team had announced in March a 24-race sponsor for 2013, beginning at Bristol with Terry Labonte; this also included the full 2014 and 2015 seasons.[3] However, OXY Water was being investigated by the IRS for intending to deceive their investors by misappropriating over $2 million in invested funds. The company was forced to file bankruptcy, costing investors over $9 million.,[4] and did not appear as a primary sponsor after Indianapolis.

Merger with Go Green Racing (2014-2016)

In December 2013, fellow Ford team Go Green Racing and FAS Lane Racing merged in 2014, thus creating Go Fas Racing.[5] The team continued to operate out of the FAS Lane Racing shop. Terry Labonte ran the 2014 Daytona 500, and the other super speedway events in his final season, with Said running the road courses, and Kvapil running the balance of the schedule.[6] Blake Koch was later placed in the 32 for the Sprint Showdown, the Coca-Cola 600 and Dover.[7] K&N Pro Series East driver Eddie MacDonald was hired to run the No. 32 at Loudon.[8] J. J. Yeley also ran a number of races in the 32. Joey Gase made his debut with the team at Chicagoland.[9] Kyle Fowler made also made his Cup debut with the team, this time at Martinsville.[10]

With Terry Labonte, Go Fas Racing had its best team finish, 11th at the rain shortened 2014 Coke Zero 400. The same year, Terry announced his retirement from NASCAR. His last race was the 2014 GEICO 500 at Talladega, where the sides of the 32 were painted similar to the Kellogg's Corn Flakes car he drove to the 1996 championship season, while the roof was painted to replicate the car Labonte debuted in the series in 1978. The 32 originally had the right side painted in the Piedmont Airlines colors he used in his 1984 championship season, but NASCAR would not allow it on the grounds that the left and right sides must be identical.[11]

For the 2015 season, Terry's brother and 2000 Champion Bobby Labonte ran the four superspeedway events, also with C&J Energy Services, and Boris Said returned for the two road courses, with the remainder of the lineup to be determined. Go Fas planned to use Mike Bliss as the primary driver for the rest of the schedule, although a variety of drivers will run the car like in prior seasons.

At Las Vegas, Bliss would suffer the first DNQ for the team since 2011. He went on to DNQ a few weeks later at Charlotte. His last race for the team was at Michigan in June. His best finish with Go Fas Racing was 31st, twice.

Joey Gase was in the car for four races, failing to make Texas in November, Will Kimmel ran at Kentucky and Kansas, Travis Kvapil returning for the two Pocono races and Eddie MacDonald in Loudon. Josh Wise attempted the race at Indianapolis, but did not qualify. Despite this, and due to a prior association with Go Green Racing in the Xfinity Series, he was brought back for a three race stretch beginning at Michigan. A few weeks later at Darlington, Wise failed to qualify again. Wise attempted four more races after this, including a DNQ at Charlotte. Jeffrey Earnhardt made his Sprint Cup debut at Richmond, running the full race and finishing 40th, 13 laps behind the leaders. He returned at New Hampshire two weeks later. Fowler would return at Martinsville. The team would finish 42nd in the owner points, down noticeably from their 38th place showing the year before; they were the highest-ranked full-time team to trail the part-time No. 21 by season's end.

For 2016, Earnhardt and Labonte plan to split the ride. Earnhardt will run the majority of the season for Sprint Cup Rookie of the Year honors, while Labonte will run the restrictor plate races. The team is also one of the 36 "charter" teams, thus unlike in 2015, the team will make every race.

After Labonte and Earnhardt split driving the No. 32 in the first 4 races. Gase returned to the No. 32 for the Good Sam 500.[12] On April 22, the team announced that former CART series competitor and road course ringer, Patrick Carpentier would drive for the team at Sonoma and Indianapolis.[13] In June, the team hired Jeb Burton to drive at Pocono.[14] Eddie MacDonald drove 1 single race at New Hampshire and Boris Said made his first Cup series start for the season at the Cheez-It 355 at The Glen in New York. Dylan Lupton joined the team late to drive the No. 32 at Homestead.

Matt DiBenedetto (2017-2018)

After the season ended, it was announced that Earnhardt, Labonte, Gase, Burton, MacDonald, Carpentier, Lupton, and Said will not return to Go Fas Racing in 2017, with the team planning to have one single driver in the 32 in 2017. The driver was announced to be Matt DiBenedetto on December 15.[15] Go Fas Racing also announced soon afterward that they would loan their charter to Wood Brothers Racing's No. 21 driven by Ryan Blaney, as they had purchased the No. 44 team owned by Richard Petty Motorsports, including the No. 44 charter.

Go Fas Racing picked up their first top ten at the 2017 Daytona 500 with a 9th-place finish by DiBenedetto. This was bettered with an 8th-place finish at the 2017 Brickyard 400, as they were able to avoid being in any of the race's record 14 cautions. DiBenedetto finished a career best 32nd in points while Go Fas went from a bottom 5 team to a mid pack team while concentrating on one driver the whole year.

In January 2018, it was announced that Go Fas Racing would sell their charter to the Wood Brothers, in exchange for manufacturer support. Under NASCAR rules, Go Fas was still listed as an owner of the charter. At the same time, Go Fas Racing partnered with Circle Sport to field the No. 32 Ford with the No. 33 charter. DiBenedetto and Go Fas renewed and started with crew chief Gene Nead for 2 races before Go Fas Racing and Nead mutually parted ways. Randy Cox is now the crew chief for the 32 team starting at the 2018 Pennzoil 400.[16] On June 24, at the 2018 Toyota/Save Mart 350 DiBenedetto picked up a 17th-place finish for Go Fas Racing making it the team's highest finish ever at a road course. Two weeks later on July 7, at the 2018 Coke Zero Sugar 400 Go Fas Racing bettered their previous best with a 7th-place finish.

On September 7, 2018, DiBenedetto announced his intentions to leave the team concluding the 2018 Season, eventually announcing a deal to drive for Leavine Family Racing in 2019.

Corey LaJoie (2019)

In December 2018, it was reported that Corey LaJoie would be joining Go Fas Racing in the 2019 season.[17] Finally on December 20, 2018, it was announced that he would be their full-time driver along with new sponsor Schluter Systems. It was also announced that Go Fas Racing would be partnering with Team Penske to use one of their pit crews.[18] It was also announced that longtime sponsor of GFR, Can-Am would also depart the team, thus leaving a bunch of scheduled races unsponsored.

For the 2019 Daytona 500, Go Fas Racing made headlines by placing a picture of LaJoie's face on the No. 32 car as part of Old Spice's sponsorship. LaJoie finished 18th after blowing a right-front tire just 20 laps into the race.[19][20]

Statistically speaking, LaJoie has been Go FAS Racing's greatest driver in the team's history, having picked up numerous top-twenty finishes, top-15 finishes, plus a top-ten, in over 20 starts.

Car No. 32 resultsEdit

Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 Owners Pts
2011 Terry Labonte 32 Ford DAY
15
TAL
34
SON
32
DAY
28
BRI
33
TAL
34
34th 499
Mike Skinner PHO
24
LVS
29
Ken Schrader BRI
DNQ
CAL
33
MAR
22
TEX
33
RCH
32
DAR
28
MCH
30
MAR
21
Mike Bliss DOV
25
CLT
30
POC
31
MCH
32
KEN
34
NHA
32
IND
32
ATL
26
RCH
36
CHI
25
NHA
31
DOV
36
KAN
28
CLT
30
TEX
34
PHO
30
Patrick Carpentier KAN
30
Jason White POC
33
Andrew Ranger GLN
35
T.J. Bell HOM
29
2012 Terry Labonte DAY
18
TAL
29
DAY
20
TAL
16
34th 493
Mike Bliss PHO
24
Ken Schrader LVS
30
BRI
33
CAL
34
MAR
32
MCH
31
KEN
31
NHA
31
IND
30
BRI
42
RCH
35
MAR
29
TEX
31
HOM
37
Reed Sorenson TEX
32
KAN
28
RCH
34
DAR
30
DOV
30
POC
41
T.J. Bell CLT
31
MCH
33
ATL
30
CHI
30
DOV
33
Boris Said SON
29
GLN
25
Jason White POC
31
Mike Olsen NHA
33
Timmy Hill CLT
36
KAN
22
PHO
29
2013 Terry Labonte DAY
26
BRI
25
TAL
29
DAY
20
TAL
35
37th 443
Ken Schrader PHO
34
LVS
37
MAR
32
MCH
34
KEN
29
NHA
30
BRI
27
RCH
37
MAR
28
HOM
34
Timmy Hill CAL
39
TEX
36
KAN
33
RCH
34
DAR
33
CLT
27
DOV
35
POC
35
IND
42
POC
27
MCH
29
ATL
31
CHI
34
NHA
36
DOV
36
KAN
28
CLT
36
TEX
41
PHO
34
Boris Said SON
18
GLN
22
2014 Terry Labonte DAY
20
TAL
24
DAY
11
TAL
33
38th 394
Travis Kvapil PHO
38
LVS
39
BRI
33
CAL
33
MAR
33
TEX
37
DAR
33
RCH
36
KAN
34
POC
29
MCH
43
KEN
34
IND
39
POC
25
MCH
32
RCH
39
Blake Koch CLT
35
DOV
30
CLT
39
HOM
38
Boris Said SON
35
GLN
25
Eddie MacDonald NHA
35
J.J. Yeley BRI
33
ATL
32
DOV
39
Joey Gase CHI
37
KAN
37
TEX
37
PHO
33
Timmy Hill NHA
35
Kyle Fowler MAR
28
2015 Bobby Labonte DAY
24
TAL
27
DAY
43
TAL
23
42nd 268
Mike Bliss ATL
31
LVS
DNQ
PHO
33
CAL
40
MAR
34
TEX
36
BRI
31
CLT
DNQ
DOV
35
MCH
40
Joey Gase RCH
43
KAN
38
TEX
DNQ
PHO
42
Travis Kvapil POC
35
POC
32
Boris Said SON
26
GLN
32
Will Kimmel KEN
38
KAN
39
Eddie MacDonald NHA
37
Josh Wise IND
DNQ
MCH
37
BRI
35
DAR
DNQ
CHI
33
DOV
36
CLT
DNQ
HOM
39
Jeffrey Earnhardt RCH
40
NHA
35
Kyle Fowler MAR
41
2016 Bobby Labonte DAY
31
TAL
19
DAY
24
TAL
31
38th 281
Jeffrey Earnhardt ATL
38
LVS
33
CAL
34
TEX
35
BRI
32
RCH
38
DOV
35
CLT
39
MCH
37
KEN
28
BRI
29
MCH
37
DAR
38
RCH
27
NHA
37
DOV
36
CLT
26
MAR
33
PHO
33
Joey Gase PHO
32
MAR
36
KAN
34
CHI
40
KAN
35
TEX
36
Jeb Burton POC
29
POC
36
Patrick Carpentier SON
37
IND
34
Eddie MacDonald NHA
36
Boris Said GLN
24
Dylan Lupton HOM
39
2017 Matt DiBenedetto DAY
9
ATL
28
LVS
26
PHO
29
CAL
29
MAR
35
TEX
31
BRI
19
RCH
28
TAL
18
KAN
32
CLT
37
DOV
29
POC
32
MCH
28
SON
23
DAY
13
KEN
25
NHA
30
IND
8
POC
37
GLN
28
MCH
26
BRI
26
DAR
27
RCH
31
CHI
31
NHA
31
DOV
31
CLT
23
TAL
31
KAN
22
MAR
39
TEX
25
PHO
27
HOM
30
32nd 363
2018 DAY
27
ATL
31
LVS
22
PHO
25
CAL
31
MAR
32
TEX
16
BRI
21
RCH
16
TAL
19
DOV
29
KAN
22
CLT
37
POC
37
MCH
36
SON
17
CHI
29
DAY
7
KEN
37
NHA
28
POC
27
GLN
33
MCH
24
BRI
22
DAR
38
IND
36
LVS
24
RCH
34
CLT
13
DOV
27
TAL
30
KAN
23
MAR
36
TEX
38
PHO
21
HOM
26
29th 368
2019 Corey LaJoie DAY
18
ATL
29
LVS
27
PHO
26
CAL
31
MAR
33
TEX
28
BRI
34
RCH
26
TAL
11
DOV
29
KAN
22
CLT
12
POC
36
MCH
23
SON
32
CHI
30
DAY
6
KEN
28
NHA
23
POC
26
GLN
34
MCH
21
BRI
24
DAR
36
IND
19
LVS
RCH CLT DOV TAL KAN MAR TEX PHO HOM 29th* 280*

Whelen Euro SeriesEdit

Go Fas Racing (Euro)
 
Owner(s)Archie St. Hilaire
Alain Lord Munir
SeriesNASCAR Whelen Euro Series
Race driversJacques Villeneuve (Elite 1), Florian Venturi (Elite 2)
SponsorsCyclops Gear, HD Müz
ManufacturerChevrolet
Opened2018
Career
Races competed24
Drivers' Championships0
Race victories2
Pole positions1

Car No. 32 historyEdit

Go Fas Racing debuted a new NASCAR Whelen Euro Series team in 2018. With Romain Iannetta in the No. 32 Elite 1, and Florian Venturi in the Elite 2 Ford Mustang. After scoring 2 wins and a pole in Go Fas' first season in the Euro Series, it was announced they would be coming back with Jacques Villeneuve behind the wheel of the No. 32 Elite 1, while Florian Venturi stays as the team's Elite 2 driver for 2019.[21]

Car No. 32 results - Elite 1Edit

NASCAR Whelen Euro Series - Elite 1 results
Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 NWES Pts
2018 Romain Iannetta 32 Ford VAL
12
VAL
6
FRA
26
FRA
27
BRH
20
BRH
9
TOU
16
TOU
3
HOC
12
HOC
23
ZOL
22
ZOL
11
10th 347

Car No. 32 results - Elite 2Edit

NASCAR Whelen Euro Series - Elite 2 results
Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 NWES Pts
2018 Florian Venturi 32 Ford VAL
3
VAL
3
FRA
17
FRA
25
BRH
3
BRH
1*
TOU
4
TOU
17
HOC
5
HOC
3
ZOL
1*
ZOL
2
2nd 497

Pinty's SeriesEdit

Go Fas Racing Canada
 
Owner(s)Archie St. Hilaire
Alain Lord Mounir
SeriesPinty's Series
Race driversAlex Labbé
ManufacturerFord
Opened2016
Closed2017
Career
DebutClarington 200 (Canadian Tire Motorsport Park)
Latest racePinty's Fall Brawl 200
Races competed25
Drivers' Championships1
Race victories6
Pole positions4

Car No. 32 historyEdit

Go Fas Racing Canada is a Canadian racing team in the NASCAR Pinty's Series that debuted in 2016. Founded by venture capitalist Alain Lord Mounir, Go Fas Racing Canada ran under the supervision of Dave Jacombs with the #32 driven by Alex Labbé. After the 2017 season ended, the team closed as Labbé moved to the NASCAR Xfinity Series to drive for DGM Racing.

Car No. 32 resultsEdit

Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Rank Points
2016 Alex Labbé 32 Ford MSP
5
SSS
15
ACD
1*
ICAR
2
TOR
12
EIR
7
SAS
3
CTR
4
RIS
12
MSP
23
ASE
9
KWA
3
7th 423
2017 MOS
5
DEL
1
CHA
2
ICA
4
TOR
4
WYA
1*
WYA
3
EDM
1*
TRO
5
RIV
1
MOS
6
STE
1*
JUK
20
1st 542

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