Upshaw Adams Racing signs Cody Cambensy

Upshaw - Adams Racing, signs Cody Cambensy, ASCS Sprint Car Standout: Upshaw Adams Racing is pleased to announce the signing of Cody Cambensy a sprint car stand out to a multi year driving deal. UAR will once again be making a return to the...

Upshaw - Adams Racing, signs Cody Cambensy, ASCS Sprint Car Standout:

Upshaw Adams Racing is pleased to announce the signing of Cody Cambensy a sprint car stand out to a multi year driving deal. UAR will once again be making a return to the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series for an undetermined amount of races during the 2010 season. "Our plans are to start at Martinsville as long as the proper funding is available" says Scott Upshaw and Adrian Adams owner's of UAR. We're working very hard... and have some irons in the fire but no commitments thus far."

Cody, who has participated in and won the Ron Sutton NASCAR Driver Development Shoot-Out, poses to be a great asset to UAR. Cody's activities on and off the track speak volumes to his character and work ethic. Working with the Diamond Children's Medical Center based in Tucson for the past six months... When asked about his personal gain he said... "Not really much... Just the Kids inspire me and that made me grateful for what I have, and that drives me to help as much as possible. Seeing smiles on the kids and their families' faces means more to me than anything."

Cody has spent the last couple of seasons competing in the American Sprint Car Series and the United States Modified Touring Series. Cody spent time testing in a Camping World Truck last season as well as being asked for his driving services by different teams; from ASA Late Models to USAC Midgets.

The current plan has Cody driving in as many Camping World Truck Series events NASCAR will allow him to race and the balance of the races to be piloted by other drivers that UAR has had conversations with over the past year.

From there the team will evaluate whether to run for the Raybestos Rookie of the Year in 2011 or forgo the rookie title chase in favor of more seat time and the best opportunity at the overall title chase.

-source: uar

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