Billy Moyer Jr has plans to run with the World of Outlaws Late Model Series in 2018
29-year-old Billy Moyer Jr picked up 9 wins in the course of the 2017 racing season. After 12 years in racing, BMJ is looking at the national tour for 2018.
In 2018, Billy Moyer Jr has renewed his sponsorship with Crop Production Services. He now sets his sights on the WoOLMS tour.
6 days ahead of his 30th birthday, Billy Moyer Jr has made an announcement…
Billy Moyer Jr 2018 release
“We will be starting on the Outlaws this year!,” Billy Moyer Jr stated via twitter.
“We have met with Steve and he gave me the go ahead on the entire schedule this year (2016 topless 100 was rained out/2017 WoO were on top of it and I did not clear it with the boss beforehand).”
“I have a baby girl due around April so that will dictate if I have to shoot out of somewhere or miss a race but we are going to see how everything turns out come May.”
“I look forward to getting back out there with the best in the business and representing CPS, along with all of my other great sponsors!”
“I hope we can get another top 5 in points and add to our World of Outlaws win total.”
Steve Martin is the General Manager for Crop Production Services. CPS sponsors a wide range of dirt late model machines across the country.
Those drivers include; Billy Moyer Jr; Billy Moyer Sr; Scott Bloomquist; Jonathan Davenport and Jared Landers.
“Met with Steve
@sbmartin27 from CPS and we set our deal for 2018! Very lucky to have a company like this on my team and pumped for next year!”
“He has been there for me in racing & my personal life. It all started with a business class at ASU back in 2008 with his son. I’m very fortunate to have CPS for over 8 years.”
Billy Moyer Jr ran 10 World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series events in 2017. He netted three top 10 runs, picking up two heat race wins and two LCQ wins along the way.
Billy Moyer Jr has never run the full WoOLMS tour. His father is a former champion of the series, most recently in 2005.
Related: 2018 WoOLMS Drivers List
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