Corey LaJoie

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Corey LaJoie
Corey LaJoie Auto Club 2022.jpg
LaJoie at Auto Club Speedway in 2022
BornCorey Daniel LaJoie
(1991-09-25) September 25, 1991 (age 31)
Charlotte, North Carolina
Height6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)
Weight180 lb (82 kg)
NASCAR Cup Series career
191 races run over 7 years
Car no., teamNo. 7 (Spire Motorsports)
2021 position29th
Best finish29th (2019, 2021)
First race2014 Sylvania 300 (Loudon)
Last race2022 Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 500 (Texas)
Wins Top tens Poles
0 5 0
NASCAR Xfinity Series career
22 races run over 4 years
2017 position58th
Best finish31st (2016)
First race2013 Ford EcoBoost 300 (Homestead)
Last race2017 Ford EcoBoost 300 (Homestead)
Wins Top tens Poles
0 2 0
NASCAR Camping World Truck Series career
2 races run over 1 year
2014 position48th
Best finish48th (2014)
First race2014 UNOH 225 (Kentucky)
Last race2014 UNOH 200 (Bristol)
Wins Top tens Poles
0 1 0
ARCA Menards Series career
6 races run over 2 years
Best finish22nd (2013)
First race2012 ARCA Re/Max American 200 (Rockingham)
Last race2013 Kansas Lottery 98.9 (Kansas)
First win2013 Ansell ActivArmr 150 (Chicagoland)
Last win2013 ZLOOP 150 (Kentucky)
Wins Top tens Poles
3 4 0
ARCA Menards Series East career
37 races run over 7 years
Best finish2nd (2012)
First race2009 Pepsi Full Fender Frenzy 100 (Thompson)
Last race2016 United Site Services 70 (Loudon)
First win2012 NASCAR Hall of Fame 150 (Bowman Gray)
Last win2016 United Site Services 70 (Loudon)
Wins Top tens Poles
6 22 1
Statistics current as of September 4, 2022.

Corey Daniel LaJoie (born September 25, 1991) is an American professional stock car racing driver. He competes full-time in the NASCAR Cup Series, driving the No. 7 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 for Spire Motorsports. LaJoie is the son of two-time NASCAR Busch Series champion Randy LaJoie. He was formerly a development driver for Richard Petty Motorsports.

Racing career[edit]

LaJoie started his racing career 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.[1]

Between 2007 and 2009, LaJoie competed in the UARA-Stars Late Model Touring Series; scoring one win and ten top-ten finishes in 17 starts in the series.[1] In 2009, he made his debut in the NASCAR Camping World East Series at Thompson Speedway;[2] LaJoie remained in the series through the 2012 season, scoring his first win in the series in June 2012 at Bowman Gray Stadium;[3] He scored four additional wins over the course of the season, finishing the year second in points.[4]

LaJoie, who had been named to the 2012 NASCAR Next class of up-and-coming drivers,[5] entered the 2013 season with only a limited schedule planned, including selected NASCAR Nationwide Series races for Tommy Baldwin Racing,[6] however in June it was announced that he had signed with Richard Petty Motorsports as a development driver, with plans to run in the Nationwide Series later that year.[7] In addition, LaJoie ran a limited schedule in the ARCA Racing Series in the second half of 2013, winning his first start of the year, and second career start, at Chicagoland Speedway in July,[8] and then in his next race at Pocono Raceway in August.[9]

In November 2013, it was announced that LaJoie would make his NASCAR Nationwide Series debut at Homestead-Miami Speedway that month, driving the No. 9 Ford for Richard Petty Motorsports.[10] He was involved in an accident during the race and finished 34th.

In June 2014, LaJoie joined Biagi-DenBeste Racing to drive five races, starting at Kentucky. LaJoie struggled in these races, crashing in three of them. In September 2014, LaJoie made his Sprint Cup Series debut in the Sylvania 300 at Loudon, racing for Randy Humphrey Racing.[11]

LaJoie returned to NASCAR in 2016, driving the No. 24 Toyota Camry for JGL Racing in the Xfinity Series at Atlanta Motor Speedway.[12]

In 2017, LaJoie returned to the Cup Series and signed with BK Racing, driving the No. 83 Camry part-time.[13] LaJoie made the Daytona 500 controversially, as he got into the left rear of Reed Sorenson about halfway through the first Can-Am Duel, which resulted in Sorenson hitting the inside wall and retiring from the race. Many were led to believe that LaJoie wrecked Sorenson on purpose to get into the 500, although LaJoie denied doing so. LaJoie initially competed for points in the Cup series with BK Racing but switched to Xfinity at the last race.

In 2018, LaJoie moved from BK Racing to TriStar Motorsports for a part-time schedule, splitting the No. 72 with Cole Whitt.[14] LaJoie entered the 2018 season with high hopes in the Daytona 500, and qualified 32nd for the 500, but unfortunately blew an engine on lap nine. He made his second start for the team at ISM Raceway in March, once again blowing an engine early in the race. In the Coca-Cola 600, LaJoie went as high as eighth but finished 26th. At year’s end, TriStar shut down, throwing LaJoie out of his part-time ride.

LaJoie practicing at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in 2019

LaJoie joined Go Fas Racing's No. 32 Ford in 2019.[15] For the 2019 Daytona 500, Go Fas Racing made headlines by placing a picture of LaJoie's face on the No. 32 car as part of Old Spice's sponsorship. LaJoie finished 18th after blowing a right-front tire just 20 laps into the race.[16][17] He scored two top tens during the year with a sixth at Daytona's Coke Zero Sugar 400 and seventh at Talladega's 1000Bulbs.com 500.[18][19]

He returned to the No. 32 for 2020 on a one-year contract extension.[20] In the Daytona 500, LaJoie impacted an airborne Ryan Newman coming to the finish, denting LaJoie's windshield and knocking the wind out of him; LaJoie, who finished eighth, was ultimately uninjured while Newman was briefly hospitalized.[21] On August 21, LaJoie announced that he will part ways with Go Fas Racing at the end of the 2020 season.[22]

LaJoie racing at Daytona International Speedway in 2021

LaJoie moved to Spire Motorsports' No. 7 on a multi-year agreement beginning in 2021.[23] LaJoie missed the FireKeepers Casino 400 due to COVID-19 protocols; LaJoie was close to a person testing positive for COVID-19 from his Stacking Pennies podcast studio while he was unvaccinated at the time.[24]

On March 15, 2022, crew chief Ryan Sparks was suspended for four races due to a tire and wheel loss during the 2022 Ruoff Mortgage 500 at Phoenix.[25] At Atlanta, LaJoie led a career-best 19 laps and was on his way to claiming his first career win with two laps to go when Chase Elliott overtook him and blocked him on the high side, causing him to brush the wall and spin before colliding with Kurt Busch and finishing the race in 21st place.[26]

Since 2020, LaJoie has been represented by Athelo Group, a sports agency based out of Stamford, Connecticut.[27]

Controversies[edit]

Trying to make the 2017 Daytona 500 as an Open team with BK Racing (no starting spot guaranteed), LaJoie was turning his first laps at Daytona International Speedway during the Can-Am Duels due to practice being rained out.[28] Trailing Reed Sorenson, the only other Open driver, with under fifteen laps to go, LaJoie spun out Sorenson in the tri-oval, ensuring himself a spot in the 500[29] and making Paul Menard start at the back of the field as Menard was also involved in the crash and had to start in a backup car. After the race, LaJoie said that "I do feel bad"[30] and that "if that was my mom, I'd probably spin her out to make the Daytona 500 too." Sorenson was incensed after the incident, calling the crash "moronic" and "pretty crappy" while saying that LaJoie could have hurt somebody with reckless driving.[31]

Personal life[edit]

LaJoie is a Christian.[32] His father, Randy LaJoie, is a two-time NASCAR Busch Series champion, winning the series title in 1996 and 1997.[33]

LaJoie was a host of Motor Racing Network's Sunday Money podcast alongside Daryl Motte and MRN's Lauren Fox, talking about racing and current events; LaJoie and Fox were classmates in high school.[34] In 2021, he began hosting his own podcast Stacking Pennies on NASCAR.com.[35]

Motorsports career results[edit]

NASCAR[edit]

(key) (Bold – Pole position awarded by qualifying time. Italics – Pole position earned by points standings or practice time. * – Most laps led.)

Cup Series[edit]

NASCAR Cup Series results
Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 NCSC Pts Ref
2014 Randy Humphrey Racing 77 Ford DAY PHO LVS BRI CAL MAR TEX DAR RCH TAL KAN CLT DOV POC MCH SON KEN DAY NHA IND POC GLN MCH BRI ATL RCH CHI NHA
41
DOV KAN CLT
35
TAL MAR TEX PHO HOM 70th 01 [36]
2017 BK Racing 83 Toyota DAY
24
ATL
34
LVS
39
PHO
38
CAL
30
MAR
28
TEX
32
BRI
24
RCH
32
TAL
27
KAN
27
CLT
32
DOV POC
28
MCH
30
SON BRI
28
RCH
29
51st 02 [37]
23 DAY
11
KEN NHA
31
IND
40
POC
25
GLN
33
MCH
31
DAR
28
CHI
36
NHA
27
DOV
34
CLT
28
TAL KAN
27
MAR
33
TEX
39
PHO
31
HOM
31
2018 TriStar Motorsports 72 Chevy DAY
40
ATL LVS PHO
37
CAL MAR TEX BRI
25
RCH TAL DOV
38
KAN
24
CLT
26
POC MCH
27
SON CHI
34
DAY
31
KEN
31
NHA
27
POC
39
GLN MCH
40
BRI
34
DAR
27
IND
27
LVS
16
RCH
32
CLT DOV
30
TAL
32
KAN
34
MAR TEX
40
PHO HOM
34
34th 144 [38]
2019 Go Fas Racing 32 Ford DAY
18
ATL
29
LVS
27
PHO
26
CAL
31
MAR
33
TEX
28
BRI
34
RCH
26
TAL
11
DOV
29
KAN
22
CLT
12
POC
36
MCH
23
SON
32
CHI
30
DAY
6
KEN
28
NHA
23
POC
26
GLN
34
MCH
21
BRI
24
DAR
36
IND
19
LVS
28
RCH
29
CLT
27
DOV
28
TAL
7
KAN
28
MAR
18
TEX
38
PHO
35
HOM
31
29th 401 [39]
2020 DAY
8
LVS
16
CAL
29
PHO
27
DAR
31
DAR
24
CLT
23
CLT
19
BRI
32
ATL
27
MAR
18
HOM
29
TAL
16
POC
23
POC
21
IND
39
KEN
28
TEX
16
KAN
21
NHA
35
MCH
22
MCH
22
DAY
32
DOV
29
DOV
23
DAY
21
DAR
37
RCH
27
BRI
33
LVS
27
TAL
28
CLT
27
KAN
23
TEX
25
MAR
25
PHO
38
30th 408 [40]
2021 Spire Motorsports 7 Chevy DAY
9
DAY
31
HOM
36
LVS
37
PHO
27
ATL
29
BRI
38
MAR
37
RCH
21
TAL
22
KAN
27
DAR
22
DOV
26
COA
20
CLT
19
SON
18
NSH
15
POC
36
POC
23
ROA
21
ATL
22
NHA
23
GLN
24
IND
16
MCH DAY
16
DAR
15
RCH
29
BRI
26
LVS
30
TAL
22
CLT
35
TEX
20
KAN
25
MAR
21
PHO
32
29th 448 [41]
2022 DAY
14
CAL
28
LVS
15
PHO
36
ATL
5
COA
36
RCH
31
MAR
32
BRI
19
TAL
14
DOV
18
DAR
35
KAN
19
CLT
35
GTW
36
SON
34
NSH
20
ROA
34
ATL
21
NHA
32
POC
19
IND
18
MCH
19
RCH
28
GLN
27
DAY
30
DAR
24
KAN
33
BRI
15
TEX
14
TAL CLT LVS HOM MAR PHO -* -* [42]
Daytona 500[edit]
Year Team Manufacturer Start Finish
2017 BK Racing Toyota 31 24
2018 TriStar Motorsports Chevrolet 32 40
2019 Go Fas Racing Ford 32 18
2020 36 8
2021 Spire Motorsports Chevrolet 16 9
2022 24 14

Xfinity Series[edit]

NASCAR Xfinity Series results
Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 NXSC Pts Ref
2013 Richard Petty Motorsports 9 Ford DAY PHO LVS BRI CAL TEX RCH TAL DAR CLT DOV IOW MCH ROA KEN DAY NHA CHI IND IOW GLN MOH BRI ATL RCH CHI KEN DOV KAN CLT TEX PHO HOM
34
84th 10 [43]
2014 Biagi-DenBeste Racing 98 Ford DAY PHO LVS BRI CAL TEX DAR RCH TAL IOW CLT DOV MCH ROA KEN
16
DAY NHA CHI IND IOW GLN MOH BRI ATL RCH CHI KEN DOV KAN
26
CLT
24
TEX
32
PHO HOM
37
106th 01 [44]
2016 JGL Racing 24 Toyota DAY ATL
23
LVS
19
PHO CAL
18
TEX BRI RCH TAL DOV CLT POC MCH IOW DAY
30
KEN NHA
37
IND IOW GLN MOH BRI
10
ROA DAR RCH CHI KEN DOV
6
CLT KAN TEX
23
PHO
33
HOM
35
31st 177 [45]
2017 DAY ATL
16
LVS PHO CAL
18
TEX BRI RCH TAL CLT DOV POC MCH IOW DAY KEN NHA IND IOW GLN MOH BRI ROA DAR RCH CHI KEN DOV
15
CLT
17
KAN TEX PHO
22
HOM
15
58th 232 [46]

Camping World Truck Series[edit]

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series results
Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 NCWTC Pts Ref
2014 RBR Enterprises 92 Ford DAY MAR KAN CLT DOV TEX GTW KEN
17
IOW ELD POC MCH BRI
10
MSP CHI NHA LVS TAL MAR TEX PHO HOM 48th 61 [47]

K&N Pro Series East[edit]

NASCAR K&N Pro Series East results
Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 NKNPSEC Pts Ref
2009 Randy LaJoie Racing 07 Ford GRE TRI IOW SBO GLN NHA TMP
19
ADI LRP DOV
3
34th 341 [48]
Marsh Racing 36 Chevy NHA
31
2010 Randy LaJoie Racing 07 Ford GRE
DNQ
SBO NHA
8
LRP LEE JFC NHA
13
DOV
2
21st 668 [49]
70 IOW
4
MAR
2011 07 GRE
20
SBO
29
RCH
3
BGS
2
LGY
8
COL
17
GRE
13
8th 1548 [50]
Dodge IOW
20
JFC
5
NHA
3
NHA
6
DOV
30
2012 Ford BRI
22
GRE
2
RCH
3
IOW
14
BGS
1*
JFC
4
LGY
1
CNB
23
COL
17
IOW
1*
NHA
2
GRE
1
2nd 522 [51]
Toyota DOV
1
CAR
2
2013 Ford BRI GRE FIF RCH
31
54th 35 [52]
Spraker Racing 37 Chevy BGS
22
IOW LGY COL IOW VIR GRE NHA DOV RAL
2015 Precision Performance Motorsports 12 Toyota NSM GRE BRI IOW BGS LGY COL NHA IOW GLN MOT VIR RCH DOV
7
44th 37 [53]
2016 Ranier Racing with MDM 41 Chevy NSM MOB GRE BRI VIR DOM STA COL NHA
1
IOW GLN GRE NJM DOV 43rd 47 [54]

Whelen Modified Tour[edit]

NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour results
Year Car owner No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 NWMTC Pts Ref
2012 Randy LaJoie Racing 17 Chevy TMP STA
27
MON STA WAT NHA STA TMP BRI TMP RIV NHA STA TMP 51st 17 [55]
2015 Rob Fuller Motorsports 15 Chevy TMP
28
STA WAT STA TMP
14
RIV NHA MON STA TMP BRI RIV NHA STA TMP 45th 46 [56]

Whelen Southern Modified Tour[edit]

NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour results
Year Car owner No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 NSWMTC Pts Ref
2010 Roger Hill 19 Pontiac ATL
1
CRW SBO CRW BGS BRI CRW LGY TRI CLT 28th 185 [57]
2011 Glenn Ryerson 71 Chevy CRW HCY SBO CRW CRW
6
BGS BRI
9
CRW LGY THO TRI CRW CLT CRW 26th 288 [58]
2012 Randy LaJoie Racing 17 Chevy CRW CRW SBO CRW
21
CRW BGS BRI 30th 57 [59]
Phillip Smith 1 Ford LGY
12*
THO CRW CLT

* Season still in progress
1 Ineligible for series points
2 LaJoie began the 2017 season racing for Cup Series points but switched to Xfinity Series points before the race at Homestead–Miami Speedway

ARCA Racing Series[edit]

(key) (Bold – Pole position awarded by qualifying time. Italics – Pole position earned by points standings or practice time. * – Most laps led.)

ARCA Racing Series results
Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 ARSC Pts Ref
2009 Kevin Harvick Inc. 33 Chevy DAY SLM CAR TAL KEN TOL POC MCH MFD IOW KEN BLN POC ISF CHI TOL DSF NJE SLM KAN CAR
23
73rd 365 [60]
2013 Randy LaJoie Racing 17 Ford DAY MOB SLM TAL TOL ELK POC MCH ROA WIN CHI
1
NJE POC
1
BLN ISF MAD DSF IOW
4
SLM KEN
1*
KAN
25
22nd 1295 [61]

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