INDIANAPOLIS — Rising sprint car star Corey Day will be competing for the High Limit Racing Midweek Money Series championship and select events that will be announced at a later date aboard the Driven2SaveLives No. 14BC sprint car for Clauson Marshall Racing.
The Midweek Money Series is an 11-race slate within the entirety of the 60-race schedule. The points fund total is $100,000 for the 11 races.
“Having Corey Day represent Clauson Marshall Racing and Driven2SaveLives on a national stage was an easy decision,” Tim Clauson, co-owner of Clauson Marshall Racing said. “We were lucky to get to work with Corey in 2021 during Indiana Midget Week when he became the youngest driver to ever win a USAC National Event in series history while driving a CMR car.
“That week we talked a lot about his future and goals, and he made it very clear winged 410 sprint car racing was where he wanted to be. We are excited to be a part of that journey.
“In 2023, we experienced the High Limit Series from both the team side and with Driven2SaveLives on the event partnership side,” Clauson continued. “The experience was first class, which made the decision easy on where we wanted to race.”
“Corey is undoubtedly one of the next stars that will carry our sport into its next era,” Richard Marshall, co-owner of Clauson Marshall Racing said. “As a sprint car fan, he is unbelievably exciting to watch. For a team owner and sponsor, he is the well-rounded balance of a fierce competitor, and well-spoken ambassador for our brand and our sport.
“I am proud and excited to go racing with Corey in 2024!”
Day, 18, is coming off an explosive season which included locking into the Knoxville Nationals feature event, winning the 69th Annual Gold Cup Race of Champions and winning the 29th Annual Trophy Cup.
Day ended the year as the NARC Sprint Car Series champion.
“I am extremely excited to have Clauson Marshall Racing back a part of my racing career,” Day said. “I can’t wait to represent Driven2SaveLives and Indiana Donor Network for the 2024 season. I know we will do great things together on the track and continue conversations within the racing community about organ and tissue donation and ultimately save more lives.”