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Indianapolis, Indiana (February 20, 2021)………Driver Cole Bodine, together with Clauson Marshall Newman Racing and Driven2SaveLives, an Indiana Donor Community Program, will compete in choose USAC AMSOIL Nationwide Dash Automotive races in 2021.
Bodine (Rossville, Ind.), who has been behind the wheel of a midget for Clauson Marshall Racing in choose races since 2018 and ran full-time with the USAC NOS Vitality Drink Nationwide Midgets for CMR in 2020, ending 10th in factors, may even proceed to drive the Driven2SaveLives No. 39BC midget.
CMR, co-owned by Tim Clauson and Richard Marshall, was established in 2016 to compete within the USAC Nationwide Midget sequence. In 2017, CMR introduced NASCAR Driver Ryan Newman on board as a further co-owner of the Clauson Marshall Newman Racing (CMNR) USAC dash automobile entry. In its first full season, CMNR and driver Tyler Courtney captured the USAC Nationwide Dash Automotive championship. Getting into the 2021 season, CMR will proceed to discipline midget entries for drivers Cole Bodine, Tyler Courtney, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. and Ryan Newman in choose occasions.
Tim Clauson said, “I’m humbled and honored to proceed the legacy that Bryan created along with his determination to be an organ donor by representing the Driven2SaveLives program by means of Indiana Donor Community in 2021 with Cole Bodine competing in choose USAC Nationwide Dash Automotive and Midget occasions.”
Clauson continued, “Whereas we won’t be chasing a USAC title this yr, we might be current at the entire Indiana USAC occasions together with different high-profile races. Throughout this previous season we have been honored to get to signify two Hoosier Donor Heroes in Allie Schaffer and Cade Frey and share their tales, and we look ahead to honoring extra Donor Heroes within the state of Indiana in the course of the 2021 season.”
Richard Marshall added, “From the grime tracks of Indiana and throughout the nation to the Indy 500, the Indiana Donor Community has been a loyal companion that we’re proud to signify. We settle for and embrace the problem for 2021 to proceed spreading their message of how organ donation saves lives, together with one in every of our favourite slogans – ‘Be Like Bryan.’”
Cole Bodine competed full-time with Clauson Marshall Racing in 2020 and piloted the Driven2SaveLives No. 39BC to a 10th place end in Nationwide Midget factors standings. He then went on to compete on the Chili Bowl Midget Nationals for the workforce and got here residence along with his second A-Predominant occasion look and an 11th place end from the 24th beginning place. In 2021, it will likely be his first season competing in a Clauson Marshall Newman Racing Driven2SaveLives Dash Automotive.
Cole said, “I’m honored to proceed racing for Driven2SaveLives and Clauson Marshall Newman Racing in 2021. Our 2020 season didn’t go how we had hoped, however to have the ability to proceed studying with a workforce I’ve been with for thus lengthy is one thing I’m actually grateful for. Driven2SaveLives took an opportunity on me, and I’m excited to proceed my journey with them and assist them honor not solely Bryan however all donor heroes. I can’t wait to get the 2021 season began.”
Driven2SaveLives has partnered with Clauson Marshall Racing since 2017 and has been a key a part of the Clauson Marshall Racing program since then. Bodine will run all Indiana USAC Nationwide Dash Automotive and Midget races in 2021 in addition to different choose races that slot in to the schedule.
Taylor McLean, Advertising and marketing Program Specialist, said, “Driven2SaveLives, an Indiana Donor Community Program, is extraordinarily excited to proceed its partnership with Clauson Marshall Racing and Cole Bodine. Cole has been an incredible ambassador for organ, tissue and eye donation and has helped our program attain extra race followers the final yr. We couldn’t consider a greater consultant for our donor heroes as we hit the grime tracks throughout Indiana and proceed to signal individuals as much as be organ donors.”
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