Chris Bailey Jr. will join Mobile, Alabama’s Max Force Racing for seven more races in 2016 beginning this weekend for the ARCA 150 presented by Casey’s General Store at Iowa Speedway.
“Working with the Praytor’s this year has been a lot of fun and we are learning more every outing,” offered Bailey. “We are going to get a lot of opportunities to keep contributing to the program giving input on making cars better.”
In addition to Iowa Speedway Bailey will be behind the wheel at Sioux Chief PowerPEX 200 presented by Jive at Lucas Oil Raceway Park, ModSpace 150 at Pocono Speedway, Berlin ARCA 200 at Berlin Speedway, Eddie Gillstrap Motors Fall Classic presented by Meadow View/Salem At Salem Speedway, SCOTT 150 at Chicagoland Speedway and the Crosley 150 at Kentucky Speedway.
“We are excited to have Chris back with us for the second half of the season,” said Thomas “Moose” Praytor. “When Chris is at the track it picks up the level of our whole race team.”
About Chris Bailey Jr.: Like most up and coming race car drivers Bailey started at an early age at 9 years old. Bailey won 46 races and 8 Championship in a Go-Kart before moving up to 600 racing cars. Beginning in 2002 Bailey won another 46 races and another 6 Championships including the 2004 Bandolero National Champions. In 2005 Bailey moved to Legends Cars and won 16 races 4 Championships and the Canadian National Championship. Bailey moved in to full body cars in 2007 and won the Rookie of the Year Title at Erie Speedway. Having ranked 4 times in the NASCAR top 500 Bailey moved to the ARCA Truck Series. In his first year Bailey won Rookie of the year honors and the Truck Series Championship. Bailey has been running partial schedules in the ARCA Series presented by Menards and has made two starts for Max Force Racing in 2016.
MAX FORCE RACING: Max Force Racing is based out of Mobile, Alabama and is fielding cars in its 19th season of competition. Currently Thomas “Moose” Praytor is 6th in the ARCA Championship Standings.