Cook Racing Technologies (CRT), along with long-time partner MMI Racing, is set to compete part-time in the ARCA Menards Series, NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour and select Limited Late Model races throughout 2024.
The ARCA Menards Series West standout, Tanner Reif, will be behind the wheel of the No. 42 Chevrolet for CRT for eight races, starting at Phoenix Raceway in February. Sharing the seat with Reif is NASCAR Xfinity Series driver, Brandon Jones, for three NASCAR companion race weekends on the 2024 schedule.
Forming a new partnership, Bruce Cook will return to the series that he first got his start in motorsports, co-owning a modified with Spencer Davis, to compete in select races in the open and southern modified tour series. Davis will pilot the No.42 modified.
Rounding out the CRT motorsports program, Trayc Walker Scott will make his debut in select Limited Late Model races. Scott, the young gun from Colorado, dominated in Legend cars last year, will add to his driver resume with the handful of races in the No.42 Limited Late Model, as he stays focused on competing full-time in the Legend’s series.
“2024 is going to be a big year for CRT,” commented Cook. “I am excited to get back to my roots with the modifieds and Spencer, as well as working with the young guns Trayc and Tanner in ARCA and Late Models. We had a great year in 2023, winning the ARCA West Championship, and I am looking forward to seeing what this group of drivers can do on track this year.”
Welcoming back for the 2024 season are long time CRT team partners, Sun West Construction and MMI Racing. The familiar colors will be displayed on the cars across all three series throughout the year.
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