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Justin Fontaine to perform double duty at Chicagoland Speedway

JOLIET, Ill. – Flourishing race car driver Justin Fontaine (@driverFontaine) will have a busy week at Chicagoland Speedway as he’ll compete in both the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) races driving for AM Racing’s development partner Win-Tron Racing and Niece Motorsports respectively.
 
Fontaine will continue to pilot the No. 33 ProMATIC Toyota in ARCA competition, while taking the wheel of the No. 45 ProMATIC Toyota Tundra for Niece Motorsports in the series’ final race of the regular season.
 
ProMATIC Automation Inc., which specializes in the design and build of custom factory automation equipment will also expand its partnership for Chicagoland and serve as the title partner for both races.
 
On the heels of a solid 11th place showing last weekend on the historic short track banks of Salem (Ind.) Speedway, Asheville, N.C.-native Fontaine is eager to get back on a bigger track and take on the Windy City.
 
“I’m really grateful for the opportunity to compete in both the ARCA and Truck Series race at Chicagoland Speedway this week,” said Fontaine. “Chicagoland is a track that I’ve never been too, but I’m hoping the extra seat time will pay off like it did at Pocono this summer.”
 
Although a rookie, Fontaine hopes to follow the footpaths of Christopher Bell and Noah Gragson who will join Fontaine as the three drivers that will compete in both the ARCA and Truck Series race at Chicagoland.
 
“I’m going to spend my first few laps at Chicagoland getting up to speed,” said Fontaine. “I’ve heard Chicagoland is a very fast place – but a fun place too. I don’t have much experience when it comes to a mile-and—a-half track, but I’m eager to learn and put myself in a good position not only for my teams, but for ProMATIC too.”
 
Currently, Fontaine sits 16th in the ARCA championship standings despite missing four races after suffering a mild compression fracture of his L1 vertebrae during a late-race accident in the ARCA season-opener at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway on Feb. 18. Since his return, the 19-year-old has competed in nine races with a career-best ninth-place result at Winchester (Ind.) Speedway in August.
 
“I have a good team in the ARCA Racing Series and I’m hoping we can continue to show a lot of speed on Thursday night in our No. 33 ProMATIC Toyota,” added Fontaine. “I’m hoping that what I learn during the race on Thursday night, I can apply to the race on Friday night in the Trucks.”
 
“It should be a competitive field for the truck race on Friday, but I think if use that same mentality of just learning and avoiding the trouble around me, I can equal or better my top-15 finish in Trucks at Pocono.”
 
Veteran industry leader Bill Henderson will lead Fontaine’s effort as crew chief in the ARCA race, while Cody Efaw will call the race for Fontaine in Trucks with assistance from long-time Truck Series ambassador Rick Ren.
 
Niece Motorsports, which is owned by Marine Corps veteran Al Niece will compete in a partial schedule during the 2017 season, with plans of running full time moving into 2018 and beyond.
 
In addition to ProMATIC Automation, Fontaine will have additional marketing partnership support from Accu-Tech, Snap Track, AM Technical Solutions, Superior Essex and Legrand for his third career NCWTS start.
 
The SCOTT 150 (100 laps / 150 miles) is the 18th of 20 races on the 2017 ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards schedule. Practice begins Thurs., Sept. 14 with an hour and a half practice session planned from 1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. General Tire pole qualifying is set for later in the day at 4:35 p.m. The race is set to take the green flag later shortly after 7:00 p.m. The event will be broadcasted live on FOX Sports 1 (FS1), while ARCARacing.com will stream live timing and scoring throughout the week’s activities. All times are local (CT).
 
The Chicagoland 225 (150 laps / 225 miles) is the 16th of 23 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races on the 2017 schedule. Practice begins on Thurs., Sept. 14 from 2:30 p.m. – 3:25 p.m., with a final practice session is set for 5:30 p.m. – 6:25 p.m. Qualifying is set for race day, Fri., Sept. 15 beginning at 4:05 p.m. The 32-truck field will take the green flag shortly after 7:30 p.m. with live coverage on FOX Sports 1 (FS1), the Motor Racing Network (Radio) and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio (Satellite Radio, Channel 90). All times are local (Central).

 

To learn more information on AM Racing please visit amracingteam.com.

For more on Justin Fontaine, please like his Facebook page (Justin Fontaine) or follow him on Twitter @driverFontaine.

Follow Win-Tron Racing on Twitter @WinTronRacing, like on Facebook (WinTron Racing) or click on WinTronRacing.com.

For more on Niece Motorsports, please visit niecemotorsports.com.

To learn more information on AM Racing please visit amracingteam.com.

 

About Niece Equipment:

For over 30 years, Niece Equipment has provided clients with reliable products at competitive prices. Our reputation is built on service, integrity and dependability.

Each of our water and fuel/lube trucks are engineered with quality and durability in mind. Our capability ranges from 2,000 gallon water trucks to 12,000 gallon water towers. The fuel/lube trucks we offer range from 600 to 4,000 gallons.

Niece Equipment has three locations in Fort Scott, Kansas, Irving, Tex. and Buda, Tex.

 

About AM Racing:

AM Racing is a second-year NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) team owned by entrepreneur Tim Self. Established in December 2015, AM Racing is headquartered in Mooresville, N.C. Operated by Self, a native of Austin, Texas, the team is prided on faith, honesty and intelligent performance. The team has named Austin Wayne Self, Justin Fontaine and J.J. Yeley as AM Racing drivers for 2017.Â

 

About Win-Tron Racing:

Located in Mooresville, North Carolina, Win-Tron Racing is a professional race team headquartered in “Race City USA.” Owned by former racer Kevin Cywinski, the team will compete for the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards championship in 2017 with driver Gus Dean in the No. 32 GREE Toyota Camry. The team will also field a second entry in the No. 33 Toyota Camry with Justin Fontaine and others. Learn more at WinTronRacing.com or on Twitter @WinTronRacing.

 

About ProMATIC Automation:

ProMATIC Automation, Inc. specializes in the design and build of custom factory automation equipment.

With complete in-house capabilities of design, programming, fabrication, machining, electrical and mechanical assembly, ProMATIC can manage project resources and coordinate manufacturing efforts to provide quality, on-time automation project implementation.

ProMATIC Automation, Inc. has extensive experience in the integration of high-level automation technologies like robotics, laser, vision, and dispensing systems along with many years of combined experience in the design and machining of custom manufactured components.

For more information on ProMATIC Automation please visit promaticautomation.com.

Back in the saddle, Justin Fontaine ready for Salem Speedway debut

SALEM, Ind. – Following a three-week sabbatical from ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards competition, driver Justin Fontaine (@driverFontaine) returns to the tour this weekend at Salem Speedway looking to pick up right where he left off in Saturday night’s Eddie Gilstrap Motors Fall Classic 200 by Meadow View / Salem Crossing.
 
In his most recent ARCA race last month, Fontaine, a native of Asheville, N.C. made his Winchester Speedway debut where he wheeled his No. 33 ProMATIC Automation Toyota to a career-best ninth in his ninth career ARCA start.
 
Returning to the scene at a track with similar characteristics as Winchester this weekend, Fontaine is amped about getting to the track and contend for his second straight top-10 finish.
 
“The break was nice, but I’m glad to be getting back into a race car,” said Fontaine, who spent the off weeks preparing for his fall semester of college. “Winchester was a blast and we had a day where everything went right and were rewarded with a good finish. Hopefully, that was the start of some good finishes to come for our ProMATIC team.”
 
Since returning to ARCA competition after sustaining a back injury in the season-opening race at Daytona International Speedway in February, the 19-year-old Fontaine has had speed with his AM Racing and their development partner Win-Tron Racing prepared race cars but lacked the finishes that Fontaine felt his team deserved.
 
Now, with a top-10 in the books, Fontaine is confident that his Bill Henderson-led team can continue to build momentum for the final four ARCA races where not only top-10 finishes are likely, but a top-five finish is probable.
 
“Our team has worked incredibly hard over the last couple of months,” Fontaine said. “We’ve had a lot of speed and now it’s really encouraging to see that speed pay off with finishes we know we are capable of. I know it’s only one top-10, but it’s something we’re definitely using to keep the team upbeat and confident heading to the track.”
 
“I got comfortable around Winchester pretty quickly and I’m hoping we’ll have more of the same for Salem this weekend. It’s going to be a stacked field, but we’re ready and I’m grateful to be back behind the wheel to close out the season.”
 
Entering Saturday night’s race ARCA race, Fontaine currently sits 16th in the series’ standings (-2 positions from Springfield, Road America and DuQuoin). Fontaine has a career best finish of ninth in his most recent ARCA race at Winchester Speedway in the Winchester ARCA 200 on Aug. 6.
 
While sticking with a heavy ARCA schedule for now, Fontaine’s focus is expected to expand towards the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series where he’ll compete in a limited schedule this fall in an AM Racing entry.
 
The Eddie Gilstrap Motors Fall Classic 200 by Meadow View / Salem Crossing (200 laps / 100 miles) is the 17th of 20 races on the 2017 ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards schedule. Practice begins Sat., Sept. 9 with an hour and a half practice session planned from 1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. General Tire pole qualifying is set for later in the day at 4:00 p.m. The race is set to take the green flag shortly after 7:15 p.m. The event will be tape-delayed on MAVTV, while ARCARacing.com will stream live timing and scoring throughout the day’s activities. All times are local (ET).

 

To learn more information on AM Racing please visit amracingteam.com.

For more on Justin Fontaine, please like his Facebook page (Justin Fontaine) or follow him on Twitter @driverFontaine.

Follow Win-Tron Racing on Twitter @WinTronRacing, like on Facebook (WinTron Racing) or click on WinTronRacing.com.

 

About AM Racing:

AM Racing is a second-year NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) team owned by entrepreneur Tim Self. Established in December 2015, AM Racing is headquartered in Mooresville, N.C. Operated by Self, a native of Austin, Texas, the team is prided on faith, honesty and intelligent performance. The team has named Austin Wayne Self, Justin Fontaine and J.J. Yeley as AM Racing drivers for 2017.

 

About Win-Tron Racing:

Located in Mooresville, North Carolina, Win-Tron Racing is a professional race team headquartered in “Race City USA.” Owned by former racer Kevin Cywinski, the team will compete for the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards championship in 2017 with driver Gus Dean in the No. 32 GREE Toyota Camry. The team will also field a second entry in the No. 33 Toyota Camry with Justin Fontaine and others. Learn more at WinTronRacing.com or on Twitter @WinTronRacing.

 

About ProMATIC Automation:

ProMATIC Automation Inc. specializes in the design and build of custom factory automation equipment. With complete in-house capabilities of design, programming, fabrication, machining, electrical and mechanical assembly, ProMATIC can manage project resources and coordinate manufacturing efforts to provide quality, on-time automation project implementation.

ProMATIC Automation, Inc. has extensive experience in the integration of high-level automation technologies like robotics, laser, vision, and dispensing systems along with many years of combined experience in the design and machining of custom manufactured components.

For more information on ProMATIC Automation please visit promaticautomation.com

 

CONTACT: pr@amracing.racing

ARCA rookie Justin Fontaine hopes prior Iowa Speedway pays off

NEWTON, Iowa Continuing to impress since returning to the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards tour last month, newcomer Justin Fontaine (@driverFontaine) heads to Iowa Speedway for Saturdays Fans with Benefits 150 seeking his first career top-10 finish.

Fontaine had a strong showing in his most recent race at Madison (Wisc.) International Speedway, but last lap contact from an impatient driver bounced the Asheville, N.C. native outside the top-10 after earning his career-best 10th place qualifying effort earlier in the day.

With the support of his AM Racing and their development team Win-Tron Racing, the former late model now treks back to Iowa Speedway, a unique 7/8-mile short track not only determined, but eager to show that his prior track experience will pay off in the anticipated Saturday night rumble.

“I’m really proud of my No. 33 ProMATIC team for the gains we’ve made over the last month said Fontaine. really starting to show some speed. We had the opportunity to really contend for a top-10 finish, but I feel we got called out on a controversial restart call.”

“Then, we were minding our matters and looking to end into the off-week with a good finish and kinda got robbed there on the last lap. All things in perspective though, Madison is in the past and I’m looking ahead to what on deck.”

Fontaine’s prior run at Iowa Speedway last year in a NASCAR K&N Pro Series East car earned him a solid 14th place finish. Fontaine described that the more he turned laps around America Short Track, the more he enjoyed competing at the Newton short rack.

“Iowa Speedway is really a fun track,” said Fontaine. “With every lap I made, the more I got comfortable behind the wheel and it showed with my lap times and my eventual finish. I think the biggest change we’ll have to keep up with our No. 33 ProMATIC Toyota will be adjusting the car from the daytime of practice and qualifying to racing under the lights.”

“Iowa can be a temperature sensitive track. Luckily for me, I found the balance I was looking for in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East race and I think after talking to my crew chief Bill (Henderson), we have a good setup for where we need to be.”

“I’d be really disappointed with anything less than a top-10 performance on Saturday night.”

Currently 16th in the series standings (+4 positions from Madison), Fontaine has a career best finish of 11th twice at Elko (Minn.) Speedway and Madison (Wisc.) international Speedway respectively.

While sticking with a heavy ARCA schedule for now, Fontaine focus is expected to turn towards the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series where he compete in a limited schedule this summer in an AM Racing entry.

The Fans with Benefits 150 (132 laps / 150 miles) is the 10th of 20 races on the 2017 ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards schedule. Practice begins Sat., July 8 with an hour and a half practice session planned from 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. General Tire pole qualifying is set for later in the day at 3:15 p.m. The race is set to take the green flag later in the day shortly after 8:00 p.m. The event will be broadcasted live on MAVTV, while ARCARacing.com will stream live timing and scoring throughout the week activities. All times are local (CT).

To learn more information on AM Racing please visit amracingteam.com.

For more on Justin Fontaine, please like his Facebook page (Justin Fontaine) or follow him on Twitter @driverFontaine.

Follow Win-Tron Racing on Twitter @WinTronRacing, like on Facebook (WinTron Racing) or click on WinTronRacing.com.

 

About AM Racing:

AM Racing is a second-year NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) team owned by entrepreneur Tim Self. Established in December 2015, AM Racing is headquartered in Mooresville, N.C. Operated by Self, a native of Austin, Texas, the team is prided on faith, honesty and intelligent performance. The team has named Austin Wayne Self, Justin Fontaine and J.J. Yeley as AM Racing drivers for 2017.Â

 

About Win-Tron Racing:

Located in Mooresville, North Carolina, Win-Tron Racing is a professional race team headquartered in “Race City USA.” Owned by former racer Kevin Cywinski, the team will compete for the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards championship in 2017 with driver Gus Dean in the No. 32 GREE Toyota Camry. The team will also field a second entry in the No. 33 Toyota Camry with Justin Fontaine and others. Learn more at WinTronRacing.com or on Twitter @WinTronRacing.

 

About ProMATIC Automation:

ProMATIC Automation Inc. specializes in the design and build of custom factory automation equipment. With complete in-house capabilities of design, programming, fabrication, machining, electrical and mechanical assembly, ProMATIC can manage project resources and coordinate manufacturing efforts to provide quality, on-time automation project implementation.

ProMATIC Automation, Inc. has extensive experience in the integration of high-level automation technologies like robotics, laser, vision, and dispensing systems along with many years of combined experience in the design and machining of custom manufactured components.

For more information on ProMATIC Automation please visit promaticautomation.com.

 

CONTACT: pr@amracing.racing

ARCA and NASCAR driver Justin Fontaine cleared to return to competition

MOORESVILLE, N.C. – Officials from AM Racing and their development team Win-Tron Racing jointly announced today that ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) driver Justin Fontaine (@driverFontaine) has been medically cleared to return to competition, effective immediately.

Fontaine, 19, suffered a mild compression fracture of his L1 vertebrae during a late-race accident in ARCA’s season-opening Lucas Oil Complete Engine Treatment 200 driven by General Tire at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway on Feb. 18. He was released from Halifax Medical Center in Daytona Beach, Fla. the following afternoon.

With his clearance, Fontaine will return to ARCA and compete in Saturday’s Shore Lunch 250 at Elko (Minn.) Speedway aboard the No. 33 ProMATIC Automation Toyota Camry.

Fontaine, a native of Asheville, N.C. participated in a private test at Motor Mile (Va.) Speedway this past Friday, where the driver went through a grueling test session getting him re-acclimated behind the wheel – but more importantly making sure that Fontaine himself was comfortable and competitive.

After meeting with management and consulting with series’ officials, the decision was made for Fontaine to return this weekend.

“We had a really good testing session at Motor Mile,” said Fontaine. “I’ve kept a low profile and focused on myself and my recovery and I feel really good. The AM and Win-Tron guys really put a lot of time and effort into making sure I was comfortable behind the wheel, but equally putting me through different situations to make sure I was where I needed to be.“

“Daytona’s accident was a disappointment, but I realized it could have been much worse. I’m just thankful to my team, colleagues and my friends and family who went out of their to stay in touch during my recovery. I can’t wait to get back on the track Saturday and have a good finish.”

Fontaine will make his second career ARCA start but eyes a top-10 finish in his return to give him a boost he’d welcome ahead of a busy summer schedule.

“I’ve heard a lot about Elko, so I’m eager to get there and experience it for myself,” added Fontaine who was credited with a 13th place finish at Daytona. “The guys feel like we’ll have a good piece. The No. 33 team had a good short track car at Toledo Speedway a couple weeks ago – just some bad luck in the race.”

“If we can go out there on Saturday and qualify respectably and finish inside the top-10, I’d be thrilled for myself and ProMATIC Automation. It certainly would be something to build on heading to the upcoming races.”

Win-Tron Racing team principal Kevin Cywinski who attended the Motor Mile test says Fontaine quickly got up to speed and achieved the goals sought of him.

“You could tell right off the bat Justin was excited to be back behind the wheel of an ARCA car and it showed with his speed and finesse during the test,” offered Cywinski. “He gave us the feedback we were looking for and looked comfortable behind the wheel.”

“He’s keen on showing that the Daytona setback was just a fork in the road and he has what it takes not only to be competitive – but contend for wins too. Like Justin said, a top-10 finish is exactly what we need to get him back in a routine.”

While sticking with a heavy ARCA schedule for now, Fontaine’s focus is expected to turn towards the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series where he’ll compete in a limited schedule this summer in an AM Racing entry.

The Shore Lunch 250 (250 laps / 94 miles) is the sixth of 20 races on the 2017 ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards schedule. Practice begins Sat., June 3 with an hour and a half practice session planned from 1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. General Tire pole qualifying is set for later in the day at 5:00 p.m. The race is set to take the green flag later that night shortly after 8:00 p.m. The event will be broadcasted live on MAVTV, while ARCARacing.com will also stream live timing and scoring throughout the day’s activities. All times are local (CT).

To learn more information on AM Racing please visit amracingteam.com.

For more on Justin Fontaine, please like his Facebook page (Justin Fontaine) or follow him on Twitter @driverFontaine.

Follow Win-Tron Racing on Twitter @WinTronRacing, like on Facebook (WinTron Racing) or click on WinTronRacing.com.

 

About AM Racing:

AM Racing is a second-year NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) team owned by entrepreneur Tim Self. Established in December 2015, AM Racing is headquartered in Mooresville, N.C. Operated by Self, a native of Austin, Texas, the team is prided on faith, honesty and intelligent performance. The team has named Austin Wayne Self, Justin Fontaine and J.J. Yeley as AM Racing drivers for 2017.

 

About Win-Tron Racing:                                                                           

Located in Mooresville, North Carolina, Win-Tron Racing is a professional race team headquartered in “Race City USA.” Owned by former racer Kevin Cywinski, the team will compete for the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards championship in 2017 with driver Gus Dean in the No. 32 GREE Toyota Camry. The team will also field a second entry in the No. 33 Toyota Camry with Justin Fontaine and others. Learn more at WinTronRacing.com or on Twitter @WinTronRacing.

 

About ProMATIC Automation

ProMATIC Automation Inc. specializes in the design and build of custom factory automation equipment. With complete in-house capabilities of design, programming, fabrication, machining, electrical and mechanical assembly, ProMATIC can manage project resources and coordinate manufacturing efforts to provide quality, on-time automation project implementation.

ProMATIC Automation, Inc. has extensive experience in the integration of high-level automation technologies like robotics, laser, vision, and dispensing systems along with many years of combined experience in the design and machining of custom manufactured components.

For more information on ProMATIC Automation please visit promaticautomation.com.

 

CONTACT:

pr@amracing.racing

Justin Fontaine returns to AM Racing for limited 2017 Truck Series season

MOORESVILLE, N.C. – Officials from AM Racing announced that Asheville, N.C. native Justin Fontaine will return with the organization for a limited NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) schedule next season.

Fontaine, 19, joins AM Racing regular driver Austin Wayne Self who was recently announced as a returning driver for the Mooresville, N.C.-based team in their sophomore season of competition.

With the addition of Fontaine to the team’s roster, AM Racing plans to expand their operation to a two-truck team for several events to be named at a later date.

Fontaine made his Truck Series debut for AM Racing this past October at Martinsville (Va.) Speedway aboard the team’s No. 22 ProMATIC Toyota Tundra. After qualifying 28th, he finished 26th.

“It is an absolute pleasure to be re-joining AM Racing for 2017,” said Fontaine. “Since I’ve been with the team, I have seen nothing but the upmost professionalism from everyone within the organization and I can’t wait to continue to build upon what we started at Martinsville.”

A three-year veteran of the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series, Fontaine advanced his career with four NASCAR K&N Pro Series East starts this season before diving into one of NASCAR’s top-three national series. Making the move up the ranks, he began his career racing Quarter Midgets, Mini Cup and Late Models on local short tracks throughout North Carolina and Tennessee.

“My primary goal for 2017 is to simply learn as much as I can,” added Fontaine. “With a part time schedule, it’s more difficult to take in everything the trucks have to offer, but with the team we have I believe I can learn quickly and be an effective member of this team.

“I learned so much at Martinsville, from the way the trucks drive to what I can expect from my fellow competitors. I felt like I took to the trucks even quicker than I did the K&N cars, despite what the results say. The professionalism and competition within the series is incredible, and I can’t wait to be back next year.”

To enhance his motorsports skills, Fontaine will also run in the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards events for Win-Tron Racing, the driver development partner of AM Racing next season. Fontaine will partake in the upcoming test session at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway next month, then return for the series’ season-opener on Feb. 18.

“We’re extremely pleased and glad to have Justin back with AM Racing in 2017,” said AM Racing team principal Tim Self. “Justin is a hardcore racer with a desire to work hard on and off the track, while carrying an upbeat contagious demeanor. We’re eager to see his progression and success next year.”

Justin Fontaine is the younger cousin of longtime Truck Series competitor and Florida short track ace Chris Fontaine.

To learn more information on AM Racing please visit awsracing.com.

For more on Justin Fontaine, please like his Facebook page (Justin Fontaine) or follow him on Twitter @JPFracing.

About ProMATIC Automation:

ProMATIC Automation, Inc. specializes in the design and build of custom factory automation equipment. With complete in-house capabilities of design, programming, fabrication, machining, electrical and mechanical assembly, ProMATIC can manage project resources and coordinate manufacturing efforts to provide quality, on-time automation project implementation.

ProMATIC Automation, Inc. has extensive experience in the integration of high-level automation technologies like robotics, laser, vision, and dispensing systems along with many years of combined experience in the design and machining of custom manufactured components.

For more information on ProMATIC Automation please visit promaticautomation.com.

About AM Racing:

AM Racing is a second-year NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) team owned by entrepreneur Tim Self. Established in December 2015, AM Racing is headquartered in Mooresville, N.C. Operated by Self, a native of Austin, Texas, the team is prided on faith, honesty and intelligent performance. The team has named Austin Wayne Self and Justin Fontaine as AM Racing drivers for 2017.

 

Contact:

pr@amracing.racing