Brad Gross is aiming to run his first NASCAR Tenting World Truck Collection race at his house observe. On Monday, he introduced he has joined CMI Motorsports for the 22 Might Truck race at Circuit of the Americas. He’ll drive the #49 Chevrolet Silverado with sponsorship from metalworking publication Manufacturing Information and Quasar Information Heart.
“SUPER EXCITED to announce my NASCAR Tenting World Truck Collection debut within the #49 CMI Motorsports Race Truck on the inaugural Circuit of the Americas race in Austin!!” Gross wrote on Fb. “This can be a very difficult street racing circuit that’s certain to supply fairly a spectacular race for each followers and drivers! A Texas-sized THANK YOU to Quasar Information Heart and Manufacturing Information Journal for making this occur!”
The crew confirmed the information on Tuesday and posted on Twitter, “We’re happy to announce that Brad Gross will likely be driving the #49 Chevy Silverado for the Circuit of The Americas race on Might twenty second! Manufacturing Information and Quasar Information Heart will likely be becoming a member of him as his companions.”
The president of Manufacturing Information for over twenty years, Gross has competed within the Sports activities Automobile Membership of America (SCCA) Mid-States Convention since 2014. After working three races in his rookie yr, he received the 2015 Mid-States GT2 championship. In 2019, he was named the SCCA Texas Area Driver of the Yr.
Gross’s SCCA automobile is a #13 Chevrolet late mannequin inventory automobile modelled after the good Dale Earnhardt‘s black #3.
In November 2020, Gross entered the Trans-Am Collection TA2 race at COTA, the place he completed fourteenth. Ending runner-up within the occasion was Cameron Lawrence, who has labored with Gross as a driver coach and also will make his Truck début on the Austin observe. COTA is a brand new addition to the NASCAR schedule.
CMI Motorsports fields two vans, the #49 and #83. After lacking three of the primary 4 races, the #49 ran its first occasion of the yr at Bristol with NASCAR newcomer Andrew Gordon, who completed thirty-first. The #83, which Tim Viens primarily drives, has but to make a begin in 2021 after failing to qualify for the season opener.