HOMESTEAD, Fla. – SS Green Light Racing has announced that Ray Black Jr. will return to the team next season to drive the No. 07 Chevrolet for the full NASCAR Xfinity Series schedule.
The 28-year-old driver from Palm Coast, Fla., is set to enter his third full season for Bobby Dotter and SS Green Light Racing.
“It’s unbelievable how much we were able to accomplish this year at SS Green Light Racing,” said Black. “It’s really exciting to see how much we’ve all grown and how competitive the organization has become since I started running for Bobby in 2016. Bobby Dotter has put his heart and soul into this race team and I’m just proud to be a part of it for another year. I have a lot of confidence after this year and think we have even more to accomplish in 2020.”
“Ray, in my opinion, really had a break out season this year,” team owner Bobby Dotter stated. “One of my favorite things about Ray is he’s the type of driver that’s going to get you the very most out of the car. He finds a way to get better throughout the race, keeps the car in one piece, and delivers the best result. I’m really excited to build on what we’ve already accomplished. It’s going to be a fun year.”
Long time crew chief Jason Miller is expected to return to the team next season as well. Miller has worked with Black for most of Black’s career.
In addition, Black will have a new primary sponsor next year, with additional details expected to be announced at a later date. Black’s current primary sponsor, Isokern Fireplaces & Chimneys, will return next season as an associate sponsor.