Clay Andrews Racing Closes Doors
Short Stint Left Huge Impression
STATESVILLE, NC -- Clay Andrews Racing (CAR), the team the stunned the stock car world on a memorable night in Sparta, Kentucky, is closing the doors on the Statesville, NC shop that they have been leasing from Travis Carter.
"We put our heart, soul and resources into David Gilliland," said Clay Andrews. "Personally and financially we do not feel it is best to move forward at this time."
CAR remains the only unaffiliated, NASCAR Busch Series competitor to win a race this season when Gilliland took the checkered flag at the Meijer 300. While there will be no racing in the foreseeable future for CAR, they are not simply going into obscurity forever.
"We hope to be back in about three years," continued Andrews. "I have my eye on a young, but very talented driver that I would love to bring back into the Busch Series."
Andrews, who resides in Corona, California, will not be available for further comment.