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Sentences forGo Fas Racing

  • In December 2016, it was announced that Go Fas Racing leased their charter to Wood Brothers Racing, guaranteeing the No. 21 a starting spot in every race of the 2017 season.Wood Brothers Racing-Wikipedia
  • In 2014, FAS Lane Racing would merge with Go Green Racing to form Go Fas Racing, and announced that Labonte would again return to the No. 32 car for all four superspeedway events.Terry Labonte-Wikipedia
  • Villeneuve returned to NASCAR once again in 2019 after he signed a contract with Go Fas Racing to compete full-time in the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series for the 2019 season.Jacques Villeneuve-Wikipedia
  • In 2017, fellow single car team Go Fas Racing announced that they would loan their charter to the No. 21 Wood Brothers team, guaranteeing Blaney a spot in every race of the 2017 season.Ryan Blaney-Wikipedia
  • In 2011, Schrader ran a part-time Cup schedule for FAS Lane Racing.Ken Schrader-Wikipedia
  • In the Elite 2 class, Ulysse Delsaux scored his first NASCAR Euro Series title, ahead of Go Fas Racing's Florian Venturi by six points.2018 NASCAR Whelen Euro Series-Wikipedia

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