Chad Bryant Racing is growing and building in a positive direction throughout their first two years as one of the top contending teams in the ARCA Menards Series. Chad Bryant and crew chief Paul Andrews are continuing on with the goals, mentality, and determination they brought to Cunnigham Motorsports while working for them up until Bryant took over the company heading into the 2018 season.
The Cunningham Motorsports era brought the 2016 ARCA Menards Championship Chase Briscoe, who is now racing the NASCAR Xfinity Series. With Chad Bryant Racing they are competing with two different prongs with one of their cars driven by second-year driver Joe Graf, Jr behind the wheel driving the No. 77 EAT SLEEP RACE, Ford. The other machine is the No. 22 with drivers splitting seat time, highlighted by Ty Majeski and 16-year-old upstart Corey Heim.
As the 2016 ARCA Racing Series champs, Cunningham Motorsports has a lot to celebrate at the Series banquet later this evening. But, they certainly aren’t resting on their laurels…they are looking forward to next season, when they plan to contend for back to back championships.
The first order of business at the press conference, held in conjunction with the annual PRI show, was Jeff Clark, speaking on behalf of Ford Performance, announced that the Cunningham organization has been designated as a driver development partner with Ford Performance. Continue reading →
Myatt Snider at 8:40 pm ET on Monday, May 23, 2016 Photo – ARS
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Making it a memorable ARCA Racing Series debut at Toledo Speedway in the Menards 200 this weekend, Myatt Snider with Cunningham Motorsports came home victorious.
After practicing and qualifying in the top-three, Snider maintained his position in third-place until making his move to second on lap 87. Battling his Cunningham Motorsports teammate Chase Briscoe with side-by-side racing, Snider took the lead for two laps, two-thirds of the way into the event. Continue reading →