Corey LaJoie – Walero Ambassador
Corey LaJoie is a third generation racer and a very well-known name in the racing world.
His grandfather, Don LaJoie, is a member of the New England Auto Racing Hall of Fame alongside his father, Randy LaJoie, who won XFINITY Series Championships in 1996 and 1997.
Corey LaJoie is an American professional stock car racing driver, currently competing full-time in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. Corey is driving the No.32 Ford Mustange for Go Fas Racing. His racing career started in 1996, competing in kart racing events; winning 19 times on both dirt and asphalt tracks. He moved in 2003 to the INEX Bandolero series, scoring twelve wins and winning the series’ Summer Shootout Championship. LaJoie began racing Legends cars in 2005, and in 2006 moved to the Aaron’s Pro Challenge Series, where he won 10 of 12 races that year.
Between 2007 and 2009, LaJoie competed in the UARA-Stars Late Model Touring Series; scoring on win and ten top-ten finishes in 17 starts in the series. In 2009, he made his debut in the NASCAR Camping World East Series, now the K&N Pro Series East, at Thompson Speedway. LaJoie remained in the series through the 2012 season, scoring his first win in the series in June 2012.
Corey already has an impressive racing career that includes six wins in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East and three wins in the ARCA Series. He completed his rookie campaign in the Cup Series in 2017, earning a career best finish of 11th at Daytona. in 2018, he moved to TriStar Motorsports to drive the No.72 car part-time, earning a season best of 16th place at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. 2019 will be Corey’s first full season in the NASCAR Cup Series, behind the wheel of the No.32 Ford Mustang for GoFAS Racing.