3F Racing is proud to announce that we have signed NASCAR Craftsman Truck and Xfinity Series driver Ryan Vargas, 22, as 3F Racing‘s Director of Team and Driver Development. In addition, Vargas will also serve as the team‘s Reserve driver on the NASCAR Cup Series side.
“I couldn‘t be more excited to join 3F Racing and assist in the development of their drivers coming in from overseas,” says Vargas. “In the last year, I‘ve gotten to know both Dennis and Paul as good friends and I‘m excited to join them in the early stages of their growth. With Dennis‘ experience coming from the European racing scene, such as DTM Touring Car and GT World Challenge Series, I‘m excited to work alongside him in welcoming drivers from different disciplines to the world of Stock Car racing.”
“3F Racing is committed to growing their footprint in the NASCAR Environment and this Late Model program is their first step in doing so. I‘m very excited to go to work with these young drivers as well as have the opportunity to travel and be a part of the organization‘s Cup Series endeavors,” added Vargas. 3F Racing also plans on fielding Ryan Vargas in a Late Model Stock event at Hickory Motor Speedway at some point during the 2023 season. Further details regarding Vargas‘ Late Model race will be announced at a later date.
Headed into the summer, 3F Racing has partnered with Lee Faulk Racing, a well established Late Model Program out of Denver, NC, to field and prepare the cars utilized in tests and race weekends. The first of many tests will take place at Hickory Motor Speedway with 16 year-old Max Mason, former Australian Open-Wheel NASCAR Whelen Euro Series Driver.
— 3F Racing —
I‘m super proud to share with you all that I‘ll be joining @3fRacing to head their Team & Driver Development programs.
— Ryan Vargas (@RyanVargas_23) July 18, 2023