Quin Houff has signed a two-year contract with StarCom Racing, enabling him to race full-time in the NASCAR Cup Series in 2020 and 2021.
With the acquisition of a charter and locking up Landon Cassill for a full schedule, StarCom Racing are ready for the upcoming season.
Kyle Weatherman will return to the Cup Series for Sunday’s race at Chicagoland, driving the #99 for StarCom Racing.
Xfinity Series regular Garrett Smithley will reportedly make his Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series debut at Michigan International Speedway, driving the #99 car for StarCom Racing.
StarCom Racing, which is running the #00 car full-time in 2018, will add a second car for the Dover race. Team manager Derrike Cope will make his season debut in the #99 car.
After just five races together, Jeffrey Earnhardt has parted ways with StarCom Racing. He was thirty-third in points when the two parties decided to split.
Years after their latest Cup starts, Chris Cook and Tomy Drissi will return to the series for Sunday’s race at Sonoma Raceway.
After losing his ride at Front Row Motorsports following the 2017 season, Landon Cassill returns to the Cup Series at Martinsville, where he will drive the #00 for StarCom Racing. It is part of a two-race schedule for the team that also includes racing at Texas.