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Re: 2019 Silly Season

Post by DKurtis on September 3rd 2018, 11:59 am

Trailblazer to leave the HNS after 2018

With arguments over how the series has been ran, it has been announced that Trailblazer will not return at the end of 2018. Despite forging an alliance with Fearsport, the deal fell through when Fearsport announced they would be shutting down. For what initially became a massive entry list for the HNS, it seems the number is gradually decreasing with a huge amount of teams leaving or shutting down at the end of 2018.

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Post by Andrei1 on September 3rd 2018, 12:03 pm

Castle Racing has announced it's sponsorship lineup for the 2019 Hardee's National Series season. It has also been announced that Castle Racing will be moving to Ford for next season.

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Post by DKurtis on September 3rd 2018, 12:55 pm

YAMP and Castle Racing to obtain Titanium assets evenly and both buy 3 of the 4 owner's points

With YAMP coming back into the HNS side, they have taken half of the owner's points over to their team, meaning they'll have their 2 full time cars automatically make the first 5 races of the season. Castle Racing has obtained one of the Titanium's owner's points so that they also can clinch themselves in the first 5 races. They have also obtained the Titanium assets, so it may prove to be a slight improvement compared to the state of the #51 this year.

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Post by DKurtis on September 3rd 2018, 1:39 pm

AFRT to obtain the remaining Fearsport assets for 2019

With the announcement of Fearsport shutting down, and Roush taking the chassis of the team, AFRT owner Andreas Allen has announced that they too will be forming a HNS team for 2019. They announced that they will inherit the remaining assets, and will buy the owner's points from the #40's 2018 points once the season ends. They also announced that they will field two cars, with one being full time, and the other being part time. The #44 and #43 have been announced as their numbers, and the sponsors are most likely going to be their sponsors from the Cup side. Their part time car will only run in double header weekends, meaning that the remaining 2 owner's points from the soon to be defunct Fearsport are still left in the air.

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Post by DKurtis on September 3rd 2018, 2:57 pm

Flying Aces to collect Trailblazer's assets at the end of 2018

Flying Aces Racing has seen the closing of Trailblazer as an opportunity to help their second car make the first 5 races for 2019. They will inherit the remnants of the #99 team and will use that as an advantage in developing their team and not having to worry about missing races. It is still unknown about what driver will pilot their second car, but is rumored that Ross Jackson, Jonathan Zoerlein, or Nick Samon could be potential candidates for the ride.

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Post by DKurtis on September 3rd 2018, 7:33 pm

Joseph Srigley Racing to buy Fearsport's #92 owner's points

It has been announced that Joseph Srigley will buy the #92's owner's points once 2018 concludes. It is currently 15th in owner's points, so with the car basically finishing it can be said as to be a smart investment in obtaining those owner's points.

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Post by Dexter249 on September 8th 2018, 9:59 am

Bouchard Disgruntled with Janeiro shutdown
"Unless I get hired, I'm heading to race in Japan in Super GT's GT300 class for the apr GT team" stated Bouchard after he learned of Janeiro's Exit from the series. He is hoping to get hired but it is looking increasingly unlikely for the Inexperienced Canadian.
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Re: 2019 Silly Season

Post by nhood53 on September 8th 2018, 3:25 pm

Austin Swanson has been signed to HHR and the team has agreed to kick Jon from the ride and allow Austin to run full time. Jon will go on and focus on full time duties in Cup for 2019.

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Re: 2019 Silly Season

Post by DKurtis on September 21st 2018, 11:51 pm

Great Lakes Motorsports obtains the last remaining owner points from Fearsport, CEO Ash Kurtis closes the door for new teams to enter

Great Lakes Motorsports have confirmed that they have obtained the remaining owner's points from Fearsport in order to secure themselves for 2019. They will be aligned with AFRT, as Ryan Griffin will be piloting for the AFRT organization for 2019.

Silly season is coming to a close, and CEO Ash Kurtis has stated that they are satisfied with the amount of teams and will be stopping the limit of new teams to arrive, as he feels that there is a solid standing in car count. In a press conference, he stated:

"It is nice to see we have such a diverse field for 2019. It certainly will be exciting to see how these teams can persevere, and how motivated they will be once the season starts. Nonetheless, we don't need any new teams at the moment, being open is one thing, but I don't want to be too much of a doormat in letting more teams come in. I think we're satisfied with what we got."

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Re: 2019 Silly Season

Post by FitzwaterAustralia59 on September 22nd 2018, 12:02 am

Fitzwater Australia Racing to buy Tauger Racing Unit's #74 Owner Points
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Re: 2019 Silly Season

Post by DKurtis on September 22nd 2018, 11:57 pm

Fitzwater Australia Racing has added a 4th car to the team, with the #77 being driven by Venezuelan Diego Yepez.

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Re: 2019 Silly Season

Post by DKurtis on September 26th 2018, 5:22 pm

Bouchard to Tommy Roberts Racing

After recent announcements going down earlier in the silly season, Daniel Bouchard has finally landed a seat, as he will be piloting the #58 Ford Mustang for Tommy Roberts Racing. Bouchard currently runs part time for Hero Motorsports, and with him being a free agent, Tommy Roberts took full advantage of the situation and took him in.

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Re: 2019 Silly Season

Post by The NROPL on October 2nd 2018, 9:02 pm

Okay im gonna do it. Nathan Fisher (younger brother of Jordan and Ramian Fisher) would like a shot at a ride for the 2019 season.
Nathan Fisher started racing afyer elder brother Ramian Fisher passed away. He has some wins under his belt in the local dirt series and is looking to make a name for himself in the SCS. Nathan is 18 from Smyrna Georgia
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Re: 2019 Silly Season

Post by DKurtis on October 4th 2018, 7:25 pm

New team arises, approved by the HNS CEO as the last team to enter

Despite the news of new teams being cut off, CEO Ash Kurtis has allowed a new team to enter the series for 2019. After the owner having to go through numerous amounts of paperwork and convincing, Kurtis approved of the team. Afterwards, he stated that he has officially closed the door for new teams to enter, for real this time.

The new team is named Maven Dragons Racing, and they will have the #95 Whole Foods Ford Mustang. The North Carolina team has expressed interest, and is looking to see if they can gradually build up to become a solid team for the future. They are seeking other sponsors, as well as a driver for the 2019 season.

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Re: 2019 Silly Season

Post by DKurtis on October 9th 2018, 10:48 am

Another driver looking to join the series in 2019

Brian McDonaugh is confirmed to be a free agent for the 2019 season. The amount of drivers within the young generation are rising, and with plenty of rides still up for grabs, it could be quite the silly season for the Hardee's National Series.

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Re: 2019 Silly Season

Post by DKurtis on October 15th 2018, 9:48 pm

Ross Jackson to Flying Aces in 2019

Ross Jackson impressed the owner after a solid effort at New Hampshire, even running better than some of the top runners and midfielders in the race, Jackson held his ground, and despite getting swept in a wreck, he persevered to a fantastic showing for the debut of the #25 car.

With controversy striking the HNS, with Basaglia initially going to be in the seat, disagreements with the contract have caused some bad blood between Basaglia and Jeff Davis. As a result, the contract was terminated, and the #25 was left vacant for the time being.

It has been recently announced that Ross Jackson will pilot the #25 Dr. Pepper Chevy Camaro for the 2019 season, Davis expressed the potential the youngster had, and was willing to see if that potential could reach its peak into building Jackson into a strong midfielder, and potentially a winner. Flying Aces Racing has showcased their worth in the recent races. With Rowe coming back, he will play as a mentor for Jackson in the future, and it could help further develop the team to a whole new level.

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Post by day500champ1 on October 16th 2018, 7:50 pm

GLM finalize driver lineup

GLM, the team that is part owned by SCS driver, Ryan Griffin, has it's driver lineup set for 2019. 1st year driver, Gatlin Downey will pilot the team's #55 entry full-time. Griffin, meanwhile, will pilot the team's part-time entry and serve as a mentor to the rookie driver.

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Re: 2019 Silly Season

Post by DKurtis on October 31st 2018, 11:46 pm

Brandon Morris arrives to the HNS scene

Another new driver is currently seeking a potential HNS ride, that young man is Brandon Morris. After trying to gain some experience by running the Roval in a Sony Cup car, Morris is wanting to gain more experience, as well as to become competitive in a car by going to the Hardee's National Series. The man has become rejuvenated in racing, and is willing to do the best he can in order to succeed and strive to be like the legends in the Cup series.

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Post by DKurtis on November 6th 2018, 11:13 am

Trailblazer to come back, but starting on a new slate, HNS CEO contemplates on team cap rule

With the rumors of Trailblazer shutting down, it has been denied. However, they have sold their assets in terms of obtaining potentially more speed for the 2019 season. It is rumored that they will keep their sponsors and number (#99) as well, and the move to Dodge is still apparent. In terms of an alliance, it is rumored they may team up with AFRT so that they can get themselves to a midfield team.

However, it has brought controversy into the limit of teams entering into the HNS once 2019 arrives. Weeks back, there was an official announcement that had a limit cap, but with some new entries coming in, people have been noting the inconsistencies within the ruling.

Ash Kurtis then stated, "There were multiple rumors about Trailblazer shutting down their team, and multiple sources stated they had been shutting down, as well as the owner himself confirmed. However, they came to us the other day and stated that they had misinformed us about the situation, though they had sold their assets in terms of getting more money and funds for the upcoming 2019 season, so we allowed them to stay. Not many will like it, but you can't always satisfy everyone in that manner. I'm debating on whether i want to keep the team cap rule, but I currently think it's a better idea. I simply don't want some of the owners to lose hope as they miss races from time to time, it's one of the worst feelings for both the owners and the drivers, but that's part of it."

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Re: 2019 Silly Season

Post by DKurtis on November 6th 2018, 11:51 pm

Shepherd to drive for Redline

After some controversy within the Rodriguez Racing camp, Shepherd was booted out of his seat for 2019. He had initially had an extension with the team, but the relationships faltered within the team. Despite that, Shepherd and the team are doing their best to end the season out with a bang. With 2 wins in his belt, Shepherd looks like a strong free agent heading into 2019.

Redline Motorsports have announced that they will be taking in Aidan Shepherd to drive the #65 Dodge for the 2019 season. With their recent change in manufacturer, they are optimistic into improving in speed, and with an experienced driver, they believe it may help them become what could be a potential midfield team, and no longer a backmarker team. There could be some good things for the team come 2019 though whether the manufacture change is truly effective may be a bigger question.

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Post by DKurtis on November 8th 2018, 9:13 pm

Jake Rogers to drive for Maven Dragons

It has been recently announced that Jake Rogers will be piloting for Maven Dragons for the 2019 season. Rogers currently drives the #15 for Bobby Racing, and with the team shutting down, Maven Dragons took advantage and decided to hire Rogers as he will have enough experience, as he has driven the Mustang in the past.

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Post by DKurtis on November 9th 2018, 11:41 pm

Dodge gaining more teams, Janiero Motorsports confirmed for 2019, Hiller Racing to arrive to the 2019 scene, and Basaglia listed as a free agent

Compared to the massive wads of Chevys and Fords, the Dodge camp has lacked in numbers for the Hardee's National Series, but recently, some new announcements came into play, giving more support for the Dodge corporation.

It was rumored that Janiero was going to not join the series after a mix of emotions on the initial decision, but it has been confirmed that they will join the Hardee's National Series for 2019, with the #10 being confirmed as the number, but the driver yet to be decided. They are looking to try and obtain one of the owner's points from the shut down teams in order to get a jump start for the first 5 races in 2019.

Another team was announced to join the series, and that particular team is Hiller Racing. They will have the #06 as the number, and Vodafone as a sponsor for the Dodge team, as they themselves are looking to spread their name into the Hardee's National Series camp. The driver is not yet to be confirmed as well.

The field for the HNS continues to fluctuate all over the radar. Teams come and go, but we're seeing a huge peak of teams trying to rise to the occasion, so that one day, they themselves could challenge the top teams of the series, and potentially become the powerhouse teams themselves in order to contend for wins and championships.

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Re: 2019 Silly Season

Post by DKurtis on November 10th 2018, 12:34 am

Baxter-Normandy to be renamed to Full Frontal Motorsports in 2019, goes under new management and a change in manufacturer

The Baxter-Normandy team has not revealed much information, but they have decided to speak up recently. Richard Baxter and Ellie Normandy have announced that they will no longer be in charge of the team, but William Brock will take over the organization starting in 2019, and it will be renamed to Full Frontal Motorsports. The numbers will be the #01 and #40, and as for the manufacturer, they will switch to Chevy for 2019.


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Post by nhood53 on November 10th 2018, 9:53 am

HHR has announced that they have intentions on buying out the owner points from the #26 for Austin Swanson to gain experience.

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