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Officials announced the formation of a new motorsports organization that will begin competition in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series this year. Led by NASCAR veteran crew chief Steven “Bones” Lane, the organization will operate out of a multi-building facility in Denver, N.C..
On Point Motorsports will field the No. 30 Toyota Tundra in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series with its targeted debut being the UNOH 200 on Aug. 16 at Bristol Motor Speedway.
Lane is a former crew chief with both Ganassi Racing and Petty Enterprises among others and his resume as a crew chief dates back to 2001.
“We are excited about the formation of On Point Motorsports and the exciting plans we have,” said Lane. “A tremendous amount of planning and work has been put into this to date and we look forward to getting on the track. In addition to our truck program, we are exploring efforts in other levels of racing including modifieds, late models, ARCA and eventually the XFINITY Series. We have plans to develop On Point Motorsports into an extensive racing program at many levels.”
The team will field Toyota Tundras. Additionally, it will participate in an Aug. 6 test session at Bristol leading up to the debut.
On Point Motorsports is in discussions with various drivers and sponsors as it works on finalizing its lineup.
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