Spire Motorsports team owner Jeff Dickerson told Frontstretch prior to the NASCAR Cup Series race at Atlanta Motor Speedway that the team is not looking to sell either of its NASCAR Cup Series charters.
“We‘re not looking to sell,” team owner Jeff Dickerson told Frontstretch when asked if he was open to selling charters. “We‘re looking to acquire. There‘s nothing for sale here.”
Additionally, Dickerson gave updates regarding both of his Cup drivers contract negotiations and mentioned the uncertainty regarding Spire‘s No. 77 driver Ty Dillon.
“Maybe Ty‘s [contract] is up at the end of this year,” Dickerson said. “With that No. 77 group, I wish they would just get going. It would make these decisions a little bit more straightforward.
Dickerson did however confirm that Spire is expecting to renew full-time driver Corey LaJoie‘s contract for another year in the Cup Series.
“Corey‘s is up, and we‘d like to re-sign him,” Dickerson said. “We‘ve been talking and working more towards that.”
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The Athletic reported Monday that a multi-year contract extension between LaJoie and Spire is close.