Chad Bryant Racing
NASCAR Late Model Stock Team
|2||MAR 13||Caraway Speedway||1ST||14TH|
|3||MAR 26||Hickory Motor Speedway||7TH||15TH|
|4||APR 9||Greenville-Pickens Speedway|
|5||APR 23||Goodyear All-American Speedway|
|6||MAY 6||Ace Speedway|
|7||MAY 21||Franklin County Speedway|
|8||JUN 4||Langley Speedway|
|9||JUN 18||Dominion Raceway|
|10||JUN 25||Tri-County Speedway|
|11||JUL 9||Wake County Speedway|
About Chad Bryant Racing
On the heels of a successful 2019 ARCA Menards Series season, Chad Bryant Racing (CBR) is working hard to maintain the same integrity and on-track performance for the 2020 season which will include the ARCA Menards Series and the newly rebranded ARCA Menards Series East.
Carrying the fundamentals and goals of Cunningham Motorsports, the team that team owner Chad Bryant and NASCAR championship winning crew chief Paul Andrews helped steer to Victory Lane and the 2016 ARCA Racing Series championship with NASCAR Xfinity Series driver Chase Briscoe, the duo is poised to create a legacy of their own utilizing the same tools they crafted at Cunningham Motorsports.
After a monumental 2019 season which included three wins by Chad Bryant Racing driver Ty Majeski, the Chad Bryant Racing team hopes to run the No. 22 Ford Fusion fulltime in the ARCA Menards Series, while maintain a presence as needed with the team’s secondary No. 77 car.
Last season, CBR collected three wins, 14 top-five and 31 top-10 finishes in 41 combined ARCA starts. Sophomore driver Joe Graf Jr. finished fifth in the championship standings, while rookie Corey Heim who competed in just 13 races placed 10th in the overall driver standings.
In 2020, the team will expand their presence from last year in the ARCA Menards Series East with young phenom Derek Griffith driving the team’s flagship No. 2 Ford Fusion entry with sponsorship from Original Gourmet™ Food Company and their Lollipop division.
Griffith and the team debuted together at New Smyrna (Fla.) Speedway in February, qualifying on the pole and leading a whopping 144 of the event’s 175 laps but had to settle for a second-place finish.
Second in the championship standings as of May 1, the team hopes to continue their path towards the championship once competition resumes from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Additionally, Chad Bryant Racing is focused on the future which includes the opportunity to eventually invade the NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series (NGROTS) elevating the winning operation to one of NASCAR’s national series.