Driver: Tate Fogleman
Primary Partner(s): Solid Rock Carriers
Manufacturer: Chevrolet Silverado
Crew Chief: Ryan “Pickle” London
Victoria’s Voice Foundation 200 Starting Position: 33rd (Based on event formula)
2021 Driver Points Position: 21st
2021 Owner Points Position: 31st
Chassis Intel: YMS Chassis No. 020
Engine: Ilmor Racing Technologies
Notes of Interest:
Back To Familiar Territory: In his sophomore season of Truck Series competition, Fogleman returns to Las Vegas (Nev.) Motor Speedway eyeing his second career top-10 for Young’s Motorsports.
Solid As A Rock: For the 19th Truck Series race of 2021, Young’s Motorsports welcomes back Solid Rock Carriers as the primary marketing partner on Fogleman’s No. 12 Chevrolet Silverado for the Victoria’s Voice Foundation 200.
Solid Rock Carriers Inc. is a licensed and bonded freight shipping and trucking company running freight hauling business from Lagrange, North Carolina.
Serving the eastern United States for over 20 years, Solid Rock Carriers provides on-time delivery and superior customer service.
Tate Fogleman Truck Series Las Vegas Motor Speedway Stats: Friday night’s Victoria’s Voice Foundation 200 presented by Westgate Resorts will mark Fogleman’s fifth NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at the 1.5-mile speedway.
In his three previous efforts, including March’s Bucked Up 200, Fogleman has been able to deliver top-20 finishes in all three races.
Last September, the Durham, N.C. native delivered a track-best 16th place finish after starting 18th in the No. 02 Solid Rock Carriers Chevrolet Silverado.
Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway | UNOH 200 Race Recap: In the most recent NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway, Fogleman made his 44th career NCWTS start.
Tate Fogleman Truck Series Speedway Stats: At NASCAR Camping World Truck Series tracks classified as a speedway, Fogleman has made 26 starts throughout his career carrying an improved average finishing position of 24.2.
Starting 31st based on the metrics set by NASCAR without practice or qualifying, Fogleman’s No. 12 Solid Rock Carriers Chevrolet experienced mechanical issues early in the race before being become an innocent victim in a Lap 70 crash that prematurely ended the team’s night in the 37th position.
To The Point(s): Entering Las Vegas, Fogleman sits 21st in the championship standings with 198 points earned. Fogleman stands 24 points from 20th currently occupied by Parker Kligerman.
183 points separate Fogleman from 15th in the championship standings currently held by Austin Wayne Self with four races remaining.
Young’s Motorsports’ No. 12 team maintains 31st in the NCWTS owner standings.
Did You Know?: 21-year-old Fogleman is the son of Jay Fogleman a former competitor in the NASCAR Xfinity Series and a 10-time winner in what is now known as the CARS Tour Series.
He is also a business major at High Point University and has a strong passion for fishing.
Calling the Shots: Guiding Fogleman as crew chief of the No. 12 Young’s Motorsports Chevrolet Silverado is crew chief Ryan London.
He will crew chief his 43rd NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race on Thursday night. In his previous 42 races, he has one top-five and three top-10 finishes to his resume.
This weekend marks his fourth race as crew chief at Las Vegas.
Follow on Social Media: For more on Tate Fogleman, please like him on Facebook (Tate Fogelman Racing) and follow him on Instagram (tatefogleman) and Twitter (@tate_fogleman).
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Tate Fogleman Pre-Race Quotes:
On Las Vegas Return: “If there’s a place that can change our luck, I can not think of a better place than Las Vegas. We’ve had nothing but terrible luck the past two races.
“I’m happy to be going to a track where I feel very comfortable as a driver and a place where I’m confident we can rebound with our No. 12 Solid Rock Carriers Chevrolet Silverado.
“Las Vegas has been relatively good to me. We just need to mind our p’s and q’s and race the race track and hope when that checkered flag falls, we find ourselves in a good place.”
TIL NEXT TIME, I AM STILL WORKING ON MY REDNECK!