Live Fast Motorsports makes switch to Chevrolet

NASCAR team signs engine partnership with ECR

Live Fast Motorsports made their debut in the 2021 NASCAR season. They previously ran Ford bodies and engines.

For 2023, the team is making a switch to Chevrolet. They field the No. 78 full-time in the NASCAR Cup Series.

In addition to the body change, they’ll also have an engine partner, ECR. ECR is owned by Richard Childress.

Hear from the team after the switch to Chevrolet below.

Live Fast Motorsports comments on the switch to Chevy

The team is owned by BJ McLeod, Matt Tifft and Joe Falk.

“Our team is excited to make this transition to Chevrolet,” said BJ McLeod, co-owner/driver of Live Fast Motorsports. “Chevrolet Camaros have proven great success on the track and Live Fast Motorsports is looking forward to becoming a part of this advance.”

The team is based in Mooresville, N.C.

“We’re looking forward to racing for Chevrolet, the winningest manufacturer in NASCAR,” said Matt Tifft, co-owner of Live Fast Motorsports. “We’ll also be getting engine support from ECR engines, and we know our program will benefit from their technologies and power under the hood.”

Live Fast Motorsports (2022 Drivers) : BJ McLeod; Andy Lally; Josh Williams; Scott Heckert; Kyle Tilley

BJ McLeod recorded the best finish in the history of the team last season. He finished 7th at Daytona International Speedway.


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