Ken Schrader Will Again be in the Brickyard 400
After being absent from the Brickyard 400 since 2007 due to his partial retirement from NASCAR Sprint Cup racing, Ken Schrader will be back. Ken will be driving the Special Operations for America (SOFA) No. 32 FAS Lane Racing Ford. The No. 32 is 34th in owner points and guaranteed a starting spot in the race. Ken Schrader has been running select races in the No. 32 for the past two seasons, paired with Frank Stoddard as his crew chief.
FAS Lane Racing is also happy to announce that they have sponsorship for Kenny this weekend and some of their other drivers in future weekends from All Sports Tailgating.
All Sports Tailgating will be a major associate sponsor on the car. Sponsorship of a car in one of NASCAR’s marquee events by a company committed to helping people get the best of their live sports experience makes perfect sense. “All of us at FAS Lane Racing welcome All Sports Tailgating and I can’t think of a better place to debut the program than at historic Indianapolis Motor Speedway,” stated FAS Lane Racing team owner Frank Stoddard. “I am really excited about the Crown Royal Curtiss Shaver 400 this weekend and the beginning of our sponsorship with FAS Lane Racing,” said Kevin Deady, owner of All Sports Tailgating.
FAS Lane Racing was formed in 2011 by Team Owner and crew chief, Frank Stoddard. Frank is using a variety of drivers to build a great NASCAR race team. These drivers have been able to keep the car in the top 35 in owner points. It will be good seeing Kenny Schrader back at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
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