Spire Motorsports has signed Chase Purdy for the full 2024 Truck Series season. Purdy previously competed with Kyle Busch Motorsports in 2023, demonstrating his talent and skill. The 24-year-old is generating high expectations, with many believing in his potential to achieve great feats in the future.
Spire Motorsports President Doug Duchardt is delighted to have such a driver as part of his team. He specifically emphasized the importance of Purdy cooperating with crew chief Jason Trinchere. Doug believes that the two of them will be a great combination for great results in the future.
“Chase Purdy is really coming into his own as a driver and we think pairing him with a crew chief the caliber of Jason Trinchere will elevate his level of competitiveness immediately. We put a lot of thought into putting Chase together with the right person and at the conclusion of that process, it was very clear that Jason is the person to lead the No. 77 team. This is a combination we expect to set a very high bar in the NASCAR CRAFTSMAN Truck Series.”- Duchardt said, as quoted by on3.com
Chase Purdy reacts
Purdy shared in a statement that he's really excited to start racing with Spire Motorsports for the 2024 season. He's impressed by what the team has achieved in recent years and the talented drivers who've been part of it. This opportunity with the team makes him eager for the future. He feels more determined than ever and mentioned a few new team members, like Jason Trinchere, while noting that most of the core group remains the same.
Purdy wants to keep up the good performance from last year and can't wait for the new season to begin. He's ready to start working with the team.
Fans of this team are hoping that Purdy will live up to expectations and do great things. Surely, the leaders of Spire Motorsports have analyzed this young driver well and made the best decision for everyone.