Spire Motorsports Cook Out 400 Race Advance – Corey LaJoie

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  • Corey LaJoie heads to Martinsville Speedway 27th in the NCS championship point standings. He started 21st and finished 36th last weekend at Richmond Raceway.
  • LaJoie is a former Martinsville winner in the NASCAR Whelen Modified Series. The third-generation racer started fifth, led 110 laps and collected the checkered flag in the 2022 Virginia is for Racing Lovers 200.
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  • Sunday’s Cook Out 400 will mark LaJoie’s 13th NCS start at Martinsville Speedway and 244th career NCS start.
  • In 12 previous NCS starts at Martinsville, LaJoie has led 14 laps, recorded a 29.2 average start, a 26.2 average finish and completed 5,650 of 5,809 laps contested (97.3 percent).
  • Last April, LaJoie started 27th and finished 26th in the No. 7 NEGU Chevrolet Camaro.
  • LaJoie’s best NCS start at Martinsville came in October 2022 when he qualified 14th for the Xfinity 500. He would go on to finish 21st.
  • LaJoie’s best finish at Martinsville is 18th (twice) coming in the fall race of 2019 and spring 2020. 
  • In 12 previous NCS starts at Martinsville, LaJoie has two top-20 and six top-25 finishes. He finished 18th in the fall of 2019 and again the following spring.

Corey LaJoie Quotes
“Looking forward to rebounding at the paperclip. It’s always good going somewhere you’ve been to Victory Lane in the past. There is much more potential in this 7 team than what the past several weeks’ results have shown, so we’ll go execute like we know we’re capable of and get some points back.”

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