Mooresville, North Carolina (June 21, 2022) - G2G Racing is proud to announce Hickory Motor Speedway Late Model Series standout, Chase Janes, will look to rock and roll this weekend at the Nashville Superspeedway.
This comes after Janes, who took 6 wins in 2020, had what he would call a breakout season that year.
“Coming off of surgery in 2019, I knew it would be a climb to just get back to where I was,” said Janes of his success. “After a successful 2020 and 2021, I’m very blessed for the opportunity the team has given me.”
The Fort Wayne, Indiana native began his racing career at age 7, showing an interest in go karts. The third generation racer moved from Nashville to Concord, NC with his family and began building his career. After starting a late model team with his father, Chase Janes showed signs of promise early in his campaign, with three top 10’s and a top 10 points finish at the end of the 2018 season.
After suffering a broken wrist during a wreck on lap one during opening night 2019, Janes was sidelined and required surgery, along with numerous physical therapy appointments. Once making his return in 2020, Chase Janes racked up six wins at Hickory, with four of those wins taken during the Paramount KIA Big 10 Challenge.
Janes does lay claim to one NASCAR Camping World Truck Series start, coming earlier this season at the Martinsville Speedway. In that effort, he finished 25th.