BUSCH: CJM Racing changes announced

Changes Within the CJM Racing Organization (September 12, 2007) Mooresville, N.C. GPg PR - CJM Racing announced that former team consultant Greg Pollex has completed his mission for CJM Racing and will be moving on to new challenges. The ...

Changes Within the CJM Racing Organization

(September 12, 2007) Mooresville, N.C. GPg PR - CJM Racing announced that former team consultant Greg Pollex has completed his mission for CJM Racing and will be moving on to new challenges. The relationship was a key ingredient in the restructuring of CJM Racing into the NASCAR Busch Series. With the assistance of Pollex, the team was able to enlist the help of veteran driver Jason Keller and some of his former teammates.

"Greg took the time to help us build this program by hand picking great people," explained CJM Racing team owner Tony Mullet. "He was able to assemble a group of guys that from experience he knew would get the job done. Bryan and I wish him nothing but luck in his future endeavors."

CJM will continue on the path they put in place just four short months ago when they made their inaugural race at Darlington Raceway. The NASCAR Busch Series team looks forward to building on their already impressive record of two top-10 and five top-20 finishes in just nine starts.

"Upon meeting Tony and Bryan Mullet, I wanted to help them build a competitive Busch team to carry forth their personal goals in racing," Greg Pollex stated. "NASCAR needs team owners of the character and integrity of Tony and Bryan. I enjoy consulting for teams and look forward to my next challenge while keeping an eye on CJM Racing in the standings."

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Series NASCAR XFINITY
Drivers Jason Keller