After 20th Place Bristol Finish, Landon Cassill Should Take a Page Out of Ryan Preece’s Book

Landon Cassill needs to take a page out of Ryan Preece’s book and take a step back and bet on himself. Preece, had funding to race full-time in the NASCAR XFINITY Series with underbudget teams. Instead, after one full season, he took his money to Joe Gibbs Racing for what was originally a two race deal. He finished second and first respectively in those opportunities, which has led to a 10 race deal with JGR in 2018. He’s got two wins to his credit now, including a win on Saturday…

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Landon Cassill To Drive For Starcom Racing In Next 2 Cup Races

Following the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at the Auto Club Speedway on Sunday, both StarCom Racing and driver Jeffrey Earnhardt decided to part ways from one another. Earnhardt, ran in the No. 00 Chevrolet for the first five races of the season, scoring finishes of 21st, 34th, 31st, 35th and 36th respectively. With another race coming this season and StarCom running a full season, they needed a driver. In comes Landon Cassill. The Iowa native will race the next two Cup races beginning with this weekend’s STP 500…

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Landon Cassill Not Returning To Front Row Motorsports For 2018

JeffGluck.com first reported it, now the team has since confirmed it, as Landon Cassill won’t be returning to Front Row Motorsports for the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season. Cassill, 28, is in his second year with the team. Since joining FRM for the start of the 2016 Cup season, the Iowa native has a best finish of 11th with the team. That came in May of 2016 at the Talladega Superspeedway. Coincidentally enough, the series will race at the high banked 2.66-mile Alabama track this weekend. He will…

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David Ragan/Landon Cassill Back With Front Row Motorsports for 2017 NASCAR Season

Front Row Motorsports will have two familiar faces behind the wheels of its racecars in 2017. Landon Cassill will return to the team and drive the No. 34 Ford after an impressive first season with the team in 2016. David Ragan, who drove for the Statesville-based organization from 2012 to 2015 and earned its first win, will rejoin the team to drive the No. 38 Ford. The team will continue its technical alliance with Roush Fenway Racing and its engine program with Roush Yates Engines. The 27-year-old Cassill earned seven…

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