SS-Green Light Racing

SS-Green Light Racing is an American professional stock car racing team that currently competes in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, fielding the No. 07 Chevrolet for multiple drivers such as Ray Black Jr, Garrett Smithley, Carson Ware, J.J. Yeley, Gray Gaulding, Jade Buford, David Starr, R.C. Enerson, and Joey Gase; as well as, the No. 08 Chevrolet for Joe Graf Jr.

SS-Green Light Racing
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Owner(s)Bobby Dotter
Gene Christensen (former)
Ken Smith (former)
Steve Urvan (former)
BaseMooresville, North Carolina
SeriesXfinity Series
Race drivers07. Ray Black Jr., Garrett Smithley, Carson Ware, J. J. Yeley, Gray Gaulding, Jade Buford, David Starr, R.C. Enerson, Joey Gase
08. Joe Graf Jr. (R)
Sponsors07. CDA Technical Institute, Dream Giveaway, Trophy Tractor, Jacob Construction, Walk-On's Bistreaux, Big Machine Vodka, Rockin's Bar and Grill, Wilkerson Crane Rental, Alarm Tech System, Richardson Service 1991 Inc, Lucas Oil, Donate Life Virginia
08. CORE Development Group, Bucked Up Energy Drink
ManufacturerChevrolet
Opened1995
Career
DebutXfinity Series:
1995 Goody's 300 (Daytona)
Latest raceXfinity Series:
2020 Alsco 300 (Las Vegas)
Camping World Truck Series:
2016 Ford EcoBoost 200 (Homestead)
Drivers' Championships0
Race victories0
Pole positions0

The team is owned by former driver Bobby Dotter, who also drove for the team in numerous races when he was still driving. Dotter is currently the team's sole owner, although at various points in the team's history, businessman Ken Smith (who left the team in July 2017[1]) and Steve Urvan (in 2010 only) as well as Texas politician Gene Christensen (who unsuccessfully ran in the Republican primary for Texas's 4th congressional district in 2008) were co-owners of the team with Dotter.

Green Light began competing in the Truck Series in 2000 and merged with SS Racing in 2008 during the economic downturn after teams merging was a common thing at the time which resulted in financial success and stability. SS Racing was a team which was competing in the ASA and had previously partnered with Green Light's Truck team on various occasions, but fully merged with GLR beginning that year.

The team competed in the Truck Series each year until 2017, when they decided to focus on their Xfinity program.

Xfinity SeriesEdit

Car No. 07/76 historyEdit

 
Ray Black Jr. in the No. 07 in 2016
 
Spencer Boyd in the No. 76 in 2018
 
Black Jr. in the car in 2017
 
Black Jr. in the car in 2019

In 2016, the team announced that they would field the No. 07 full-time for Ray Black Jr. with sponsorship from ScubaLife.com in all the races. He picked up 9 top-20 finishes, with a best finish of 14th in Bristol (August). He finished 19th in the driver standings. Black returned to the No. 07 for 2017, but was replaced with Todd Bodine for Charlotte. It was later announced that Spencer Boyd and Andy Lally would drive at Pocono and Mid-Ohio respectively.

On October 19, 2017, it was announced that Spencer Boyd would drive the No. 76 Chevrolet Camaro full-time in 2018 for SSGLR.[2] This would end up being the No. 07 team renumbered. The No. 76 came from sponsor Grunt Style's slogan/logo, which has the year 1776 on it because they sell Americana themed products. Boyd would finish the year 26th in the final point standings.

Boyd left for a Truck Series ride with Young's Motorsports for 2019, and Black Jr. returned to the team from a part-time ride with B. J. McLeod Motorsports to replace Boyd and would compete full-time again, and the car was renumbered back to the No. 07. He was announced to return to the team for the 2020 season as well.

On May 23, 2020, Black Jr. announced that he would no longer be driving the No. 07 in order to concentrate on helping his family business, the CDA Technical Institute, recover after it experienced financial problems due to the COVID-19 pandemic. After Black's departure, it was announced that Rick Ware Racing had cut a deal with SS-Green Light to field some of their drivers in the No. 07 for the remainder of the season. This began with Garrett Smithley in the car for Charlotte[3] and Carson Ware, Rick's son, making his series debut at Bristol.[4]

Car No. 07/76 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 NXSC Pts Ref
2016 Ray Black Jr. 07 Chevy DAY
33
ATL
33
LVS
25
PHO
25
CAL
37
TEX
22
BRI
20
RCH
24
TAL
29
DOV
17
CLT
37
POC
21
MCH
23
IOW
30
DAY
39
KEN
19
NHA
21
IND
33
IOW
20
GLN
20
MOH
30
BRI
14
ROA
15
DAR
21
RCH
25
CHI
28
KEN
20
DOV
24
CLT
28
KAN
19
TEX
27
PHO
36
HOM
28
24th 515 [5]
2017 DAY
18
ATL
29
LVS
31
PHO
29
CAL
27
TEX
25
BRI
37
RCH
18
TAL
40
DOV
24
IOW
29
DAY
12
KEN
27
IND
24
IOW
30
BRI
21
DAR
25
DOV
21
CLT
21
PHO
24
HOM
25
28th 368 [6]
Todd Bodine CLT
30
Spencer Boyd POC
33
NHA
27
RCH
31
CHI
28
KAN
33
TEX
29
Korbin Forrister MCH
31
KEN
33
Devin Jones GLN
26
Andy Lally MOH
5
Ryan Ellis ROA
21
2018 Spencer Boyd 76 DAY
25
ATL
29
LVS
36
PHO
30
CAL
30
TEX
25
BRI
25
RCH
28
TAL
40
DOV
30
CLT
21
POC
28
MCH
22
IOW
22
CHI
29
DAY
17
KEN
24
NHA
24
IOW
23
GLN
24
MOH
25
BRI
25
ROA
21
DAR
31
IND
36
LVS
22
RCH
33
CLT
29
DOV
32
KAN
19
TEX
25
PHO
28
HOM
30
31st 302 [7]
2019 Ray Black Jr. 07 DAY
30
ATL
23
LVS
11
PHO
18
CAL
17
TEX
35
BRI
16
RCH
21
TAL
34
DOV
24
CLT
16
POC
18
MCH
30
IOW
16
CHI
20
DAY
13
KEN
35
NHA
18
IOW
11
GLN
22
MOH
19
BRI
15
ROA
14
DAR
16
IND
20
LVS
19
RCH
18
CLT
32
DOV
17
KAN
14
TEX
12
PHO
14
HOM
38
18th 547 [8]
2020 DAY
8
LVS
17
CAL
22
PHO
25
DAR
21
-* -* [9]
Garrett Smithley CLT
31
ATL
24
KEN
31
KEN
16
LVS TAL CLT KAN TEX MAR PHO
Carson Ware BRI
22
HOM
28
POC
20
J.J. Yeley HOM
11
Gray Gaulding TAL
8
DAY
2
BRI
18
Jade Buford IND
14
DAY
16
David Starr TEX
13
KAN
24
DOV
27
DOV
20
DAR
34
R.C. Enerson ROA
20
Joey Gase RCH
20
RCH
23

Car No. 08 historyEdit

 
Gray Gaulding in the No. 08 in 2019

In 2018, it was announced that Gray Gaulding would drive the 08 full-time in 2019. In April's MoneyLion 300 at Talladega Superspeedway, Gaulding finished a career-best second.

On January 16, 2020, it was announced that Joe Graf Jr. would drive the No. 08 car for the 2020 season, replacing Gaulding. He moved up from the ARCA Menards Series, where he drove the No. 77 for Chad Bryant Racing full-time for two years.

Car No. 08 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 NXSC Pts Ref
2019 Gray Gaulding 08 Chevy DAY
34
ATL
16
LVS
12
PHO
16
CAL
16
TEX
21
BRI
15
RCH
17
TAL
2
DOV
20
CLT
14
POC
20
MCH
16
IOW
14
CHI
14
DAY
8
KEN
15
NHA
17
IOW
14
GLN
15
MOH
14
BRI
6
ROA
29
DAR
15
IND
13
LVS
7
RCH
22
CLT
29
DOV
18
KAN
17
TEX
13
PHO
12
HOM
17
15th 713 [10]
2020 Joe Graf Jr. DAY
36
LVS
20
CAL
31
PHO
31
DAR
19
CLT
19
BRI
13
ATL
26
HOM
16
HOM
13
TAL
34
POC
35
IND
26
KEN
13
KEN
22
TEX
21
KAN
28
ROA
25
DAY
26
DOV
18
DOV
21
DAY
37
DAR
23
RCH
19
RCH
27
BRI
27
LVS TAL CLT KAN TEX MAR PHO -* -* [11]

Car No. 15 historyEdit

SSGLR partnered with the No. 15 team of Rick Ware Racing to have Ray Black Jr. drive that car at Texas in November. In that race, which was his Xfinity Series debut, Black Jr. finished 27th. Jimmy Weller III and B. J. McLeod also ran one race each in No. 15.

Car No. 55/77/90 historyEdit

In April 2014, the team announced a partnership with Viva Motorsports to field the No. 55 car usually run by Jamie Dick in select races. The team was fielded in the races that Viva wasn't using the No. 55 car. SS-Green Light's Nationwide Series program debuted on April 11 at Darlington Raceway with veteran Todd Bodine.[12][13] Jimmy Weller III made his series debut the next week at Richmond, finishing 40th after a mechanical failure.[14] Bodine ran a second race at Dover. Timmy Hill, Andy Lally, Caleb Roark and David Starr all ran single races for the team.

In July, Brennan Newberry made his Nationwide Series debut at Loudon in a partnership with NTS Motorsports and sponsor Qore-24.[15] Newberry ran three races in the No. 55 with a best finish of 19th at Watkins Glen.

Brennan Newberry made his fourth Xfinity career start with SS-Green Light/NTS Motorsports at Phoenix in the fall, now driving the No. 77 Qore24 Chevrolet, since Viva Motorsports was running the 55 car that race. Newberry finished 36th after an early crash.[16]

For 2015, the team formed an alliance with King Autosport and changed the number to No. 90. It ran on weeks King Autosport wasn't using the No. 90 car. The team partnered with Rick Ware Racing to field the car in a few races, similar with the No. 15. Jimmy Weller III and Todd Bodine drove the No. 90 in four races each. Andy Lally drove two races, B. J. McLeod, Tyler Young and Korbin Forrister all ran single races for the team. In 2016, the team helped King Autosport to field the car in two races, one with Bodine at Watkins Glen and Lally at Mid-Ohio.

Car No. 99/35 historyEdit

 
David Starr in the No. 99 in 2017
 
Joey Gase in the No. 35 in 2018

In 2017, SS-Green Light collaborated with B. J. McLeod Motorsports to jointly field McLeod's No. 99 car, with David Starr driving it for the full season. For the summer Daytona race only, Korbin Forrister was scheduled to replace Starr in the No. 99, but got the flu, and Starr ended up driving his normal car anyhow. In that race, Starr ended up getting a top-5 finish, the only one of the season for both him and the team. The partnership ended in 2018, with Starr moving to the Jimmy Means Racing No. 52, and McLeod fielding the No. 99 by themselves in 2018, and SS-Green Light would switch the partnership for their second team to the Go Green Racing No. 35 of Joey Gase.

Car No. 99/35 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 NXSC Pts Ref
2017 David Starr 99 Chevy DAY
40
ATL
32
LVS
28
PHO
32
CAL
24
TEX
24
BRI
36
RCH
17
TAL
18
CLT
31
DOV
33
POC
25
MCH
21
IOW
14
DAY
5
KEN
31
NHA
30
IND
29
IOW
26
GLN
30
MOH
17
BRI
40
ROA
28
DAR
36
RCH
35
CHI
22
KEN
29
DOV
38
CLT
26
KAN
27
TEX
31
PHO
29
HOM
32
33rd 315 [17]
2018 Joey Gase 35 DAY
33
ATL
26
LVS
20
PHO
24
CAL
16
TEX
20
BRI
16
RCH
22
TAL
21
DOV
20
CLT
17
POC
19
MCH
39
IOW
21
CHI
22
DAY
32
KEN
33
NHA
22
IOW
17
GLN
22
MOH
24
BRI
18
ROA
19
DAR
21
IND
15
LVS
15
RCH
22
CLT
23
DOV
30
KAN
15
TEX
22
PHO
22
HOM
23
20th 495 [18]

Truck SeriesEdit

Truck No. 07 historyEdit

 
Ray Black Jr. standing beside his No. 07 in 2015

The No. 07 truck began racing in 2001 with former owner Gene Christensen driving the Racing For Kids Chevrolet. He failed to finish higher than 30th that season and completed just 63 laps total. Aaron Daniel and Mike Olsen drove the No. 07 for a total of three races that season in addition. Jason Small began racing the No. 07 full-time the following season with Sunbelt Rentals sponsoring. He had two top-tens and finished 22nd in the points standings. Rich Bickle drove the No. 07 at the season opener in 2003, before Bobby Dotter drove for several races in the truck. Jeremy Mayfield had a sixth-place finish the following race at Lowe's, with Stan Boyd and Blake Mallory driving in select races afterwards. Johnny Chapman would then drive for six races, with Ryan Hanson and Mark McFarland driving in between. Dotter and Shane Sieg would finish out the year in the truck. Ricky Moxley drove the No. 07 truck for the Lucas Oil Camping world truck series in INDY.

In 2004, Sieg was hired as the full-time driver with Auto Air Colors sponsoring. Despite an eighth-place finish at Milwaukee, he was released before the final quarter of the season, and Sean Murphy and Andy Houston would end the season in the truck. Murphy would be hired to drive the No. 07 for the first five races of the season, and after one thirteenth-place finish, Butch Miller took over at Mansfield, and finished tenth. Rich Bickle, Chris Wimmer and Eric Norris also raced the No. 07, before Jack Bailey drove a total of six races, with a best finish of 26th. Chase Pistone, José Luis Ramírez and Wimmer finished out the season in the truck. Murphy returned at the beginning of the 2006 season, but did not last long, with Clint Bowyer finishing seventh at Martinsville in the Jack Daniel's truck. Justin Martz, Robert Turner, Johnny Chapman and Butch Miller drove one race apiece, with Kevin Lepage driving a pair of races with Roadloans.com sponsorship. Chad McCumbee drove the No. 07 for a pair of races, when U.S. Restoration became the team's new primary sponsor. Travis Kittleson then became the team's new driver for three races, his best a sixteenth at Nashville Superspeedway. T. J. Bell would drive for one race, and John Mickel brought sponsorship from Torquespeed and leased out the No. 07 for the rest of the season, his best finish 20th.

After the 2006 season, Tim Sauter and Lester Buildings joined the team for 2007. Despite only one top-ten finish, Sauter finished 16th in the points but was runner up to Willie Allen for Rookie of the Year. Both Sauter and Lester Buildings departed at season's end, possibly due to the struggles of the housing market.[citation needed] Shane Seig, Sean Murphy and Ryan Lawler shared the ride in 2008 with ASI Limited.

In 2009, Chad McCumbee returned to SS Green Light Racing to drive the No. 07 in 21 races. With part-time sponsorship from Tiwi and Valvoline, he had five top-ten finishes and finished 19th in points. Jason Young and Burt Myers filled in the rest of the schedule. Sean Murphy opened the 2010 season by finishing 13th at Daytona with Deitz & Watson sponsoring. For the rest of the season, Donny Lia and Tony Jackson split the driving duties, with Jackson scheduled to run 7 races. After a long string of bad luck, Lia departed the No. 07 team after the O'Reilly 200 at Bristol.

For 2011, the team swapped between Toyota and Chevrolet. Donnie Neuenberger drove at Daytona and B. J. McLeod drove at Phoenix with Boggy Creek Airboat Rides. Johnny Chapman drove a few races in the truck, mostly as a start and park. In 2012 the 07's lineup added on former Pro Cup driver Jeff Agnew, as well as T. J. Duke.

For 2015, Ray Black Jr. piloted the car full-time with the sponsorship ScubaLife.com. He finished 12th in the points standings in 2015, including a 5th-place finish at Daytona.

For 2016, Black Jr. moving to the Xfinity Series, and the team had multiple drivers throughout the season, starting with French driver Michel Disdier at Daytona with Pray For Paris as his sponsor. He finished 11th after avoiding 2 big ones.

In 2017, SS-Green Light decided to close down their Truck team to focus on competing in the Xfinity Series, and they sold their equipment and owner points to Rick Ware Racing, which fielded the No. 12 truck that year.

Truck No. 08 historyEdit

 
David Starr in the No. 81 in 2013

The current No. 08 truck debuted in 2007 as the No. 0 with Sharon Rice listed as the owner. Brandon Knupp drove it first at Texas Motor Speedway, and finished 34th after suffering overheating. Three weeks later, Wayne Edwards drove the truck and finished last with braking malfunction. In 2008, the No. 0 ran a part-time schedule with Christensen as the owner. Butch Miller drove most of the races, with two 32nd-place finish, along with Wayne Edwards, Chris Jones, Mike Olsen, Norm Benning, Johnny Chapman and Kevin Lepage.

The truck did not return until 2010 as the 21 and Steve Urvan as the owner. Donny Lia began the season in the ride, later moving to the No. 07 with Tony Jackson. The No. 21 would then be fielded as a 'start and park' truck with Johnny Chapman, Butch Miller and Chris Eggleston sharing the ride. Jake Crum made his NCWTS debut in the No. 21 at the Bristol Motor Speedway on August 18, 2010, during the O'Reilly 200. Crum qualified 13th and ran well early in the event, but fell victim to a broken fuel pump midway through the event. The truck was later taken over at the EnjoyIllinois.com 225 by David Starr who had left Randy Moss Motorsports the week prior due to lack of performance and the decision to have the No. 81 miss Chicago and Kentucky. Starr drove the No. 21 Chevrolet to a top-10 finish at Chicagoland. The No. 81 and Zachry sponsorship were then moved over from Moss Motorsports, and Starr drove the truck for the rest of the season to a 9th-place finish in points. In 2011, Starr and the team struggled to keep up, scoring 8 top-10s and finished 13th in points. Starr then left to join Arrington Racing. The truck number was changed back to the No. 08, and was driven by Florida native Ross Chastain in 2012. Chastain scored a 3rd-place finish at Bristol, as well as 3 top 10s. Sometimes in the season he had to start and park, due to lack of funds. he would end his season 17th in points. Chastain would later depart for Brad Keselowski Racing, and would be replaced by the returning David Starr for 2013, changing back to No. 81. Starr would only run the first seven races before sponsorship issues forced him to sit out most of the season.

For 2014, the team reverted to No. 08 Chevrolet Silverado. Jimmy Weller III opened the season with a 9th-place finish at Daytona. In 2015, Korbin Forrister took over the driving duty of the No. 08 Chevrolet Silverado in a partnership with B. J. McLeod Motorsports.

In 2016, the No. 08 team shut down, and Forrister moved to Lira Motorsports No. 59 truck. SS-Green Light would only field the No. 07 that year, which was their last one in the Truck Series.

Truck No. 23 historyEdit

Green Light Racing began competing in 2000 with Dotter driving the No. 45 People Against Drugs Chevrolet in two races, with a best finish a seventeenth at The Milwaukee Mile. For the 2001 season, Dotter would drive the 08 full-time while campaigning for Rookie of the Year. He had a 10th-place finish at IRP and finished fifteenth in points. He continued to drive the 08 truck in 2002, posting four top-ten finishes and finishing a career best fourteenth in points. In 2003, rookie Jody Lavender was hired as the team's driver for most of the season, bringing sponsorship from Lavender's Discount Carpets and Hartsville Community Bank. He finished seventeenth in points that year despite missing four races. He was replaced in those races by Dotter and Shane Sieg, who ran two races apiece.

Ken Weaver was hired as the next driver of the 08 truck in 2004, bringing 1-800-4-A-Phone as sponsorship, and he raced a total of fifteen times, with a best finish of 18th at Texas Motor Speedway. Various other drivers raced the 08 truck that season, including Dotter, Tony Raines, A. J. Fike, Butch Miller, Bill Manfull and Sean Murphy. Weaver started driving the 08 truck for the first three races in 2005, and had a sixth-place finish at Daytona International Speedway, before he left the team. Without a primary sponsor, the team began racing with the driver-by committee schedule, and Tam Topham drove for the team at Martinsville Speedway, before Rich Bickle drove the next two races, and finished fifth at Mansfield. Butch Miller and Kevin Lepage drove one race apiece, before Johnny Chapman drove in four of the next five races. Miller and Topham raced another time in the 08 that year, along with Jarit Johnson, Chris Wimmer, Mark McFarland and Jack Bailey.

In 2006, Bobby Hamilton Jr. raced in the first three races of the season with Corky's BBQ and Ribs sponsoring the team's Dodge, before he left to drive full-time for his father's team. Butch Miller drove the next week at Martinsville, and Boris Jurkovic followed at the following race, when the team returned to Chevrolet. Mike Greenwell made his debut at Mansfield, finishing 26th, and after Johnny Chapman drove at Dover, Chad McCumbee was hired as Green Light Racing's first full-time driver in two years. With the exception of two races where Chris Wimmer and Mike Greenwell raced, McCumbee drove the 08 for the rest of the season, posting two seventh-place finishes and was runner-up for Rookie of the Year despite missing the season opener at Daytona. He was hired to race the 08 for the 2007 season, skipping the Sam's Town 400 due to making his NEXTEL Cup debut at Pocono Raceway, being replaced by Eric Norris. He left for MRD Motorsports late in the season, and Shane Sieg took his place, for a couple of races, with Dennis Setzer driving at New Hampshire. Chris Jones took over the ride starting at Martinsville. For 2008, Jason White brought sponsorship from GunBroker.com, along with the team's manufacturer change to Dodge. They did not have any top-ten finishes and ended the season nineteenth in points. Butch Miller became the team's primary driver in 2009, with Johnny Chapman, Lepage, Murphy and Brandon Knupp filling in. The team ran completed races with Tim Brown, Chrissy Wallace, Jamie Dick and Brett Butler. White returned to the truck in 2010, changing the number from 08 to 23, and the team had their best season. White won the pole at Daytona and was in the top five in points for half of the season. However, the team's performance dropped and they took home a 10th-place finish in points. White left the team for the upstart Joe Denette Motorsports for 2011.[19]

Other Truck teamsEdit

Beginning with the 2006 season, Green Light Racing began fielding a third team when the expected field was short. Wayne Edwards drove the 03 truck first in 2006, finishing 36th and 35th respectively. Johnny Chapman then drove at Texas Motor Speedway, finishing 35th. Chapman drove the 78 at Atlanta in 2007, finishing last. Other drivers of the 06 truck in 2007 were Morgan Shepherd, Blake Mallory, Randy MacDonald, Dotter, Edwards, and Brandon Knupp.

ReferencesEdit

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