Hennessey, OK - The Oklahoma-based Morgan/Dollar Motorsports team has announced some changes that have occurred over the past two weeks involving the restructuring of the team and the crew chief status. Former crew chief, Bill Ingle, and the ...
Hennessey, OK - The Oklahoma-based Morgan/Dollar Motorsports team has announced some changes that have occurred over the past two weeks involving the restructuring of the team and the crew chief status.
Former crew chief, Bill Ingle, and the ownership group of David Dollar and Rob Morgan have come to an agreement as to part ways to allow Ingle to fulfill personal obligations outside of his team duties. With Ingle's absence, Dollar and Morgan decided to close the team's Mooresville, North Carolina operation. Without the leadership of an active crew chief in place, the move was strictly a business decision aimed at consolidating day-to-day operations to the team's original Hennessey, Oklahoma facility. The team has offered positions to members of the Mooresville operation in Oklahoma pending a team restructure.
Bill Ingle, who served as crew chief for the team since sixth race of the 2000 season, departs the team almost one year to the date that he joined the #46 NCTS organization. Ingle joined the team in April of last year during the truck series race in Martinsville. Ingle missed the team's third race at Bakersfield this season citing personal constraints. Todd Myer of the inactive TKO Motorsports, filled in during Ingle's absence.
Since TKO Motorsports will not be fielding a race truck in this weekend's Advance Auto Parts 250, Myers will once again fill in as crew chief for the #46 ACXIOM/Computer Associates Chevrolet at Martinsville on an interim basis. Myers was present this week as Morgan/Dollar Motorsports tested at Caraway Speedway in Asheboro, NC. -Morgan/Dollar Motorsports
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