July 15th 2015
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MOORESVILLE, N.C. (July 15, 2015) – Derek White, a Mohawk residing in Kahnawake, just outside of Montreal, Canada, will make his NASCAR Sprint Cup Series debut at New Hampshire International Speedway this weekend in the No. 33 Circle Sport Chevrolet SS.  With 22 national series starts between the Camping World Truck and Xfinity Series to his credit, White will become the first Native American driver in Sprint Cup Series competition with his start in Sunday’s New Hampshire 301. “I have always wanted … Continue Reading

May 21st 2015
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MOORESVILLE, N.C. (May 21, 2015) – Circle Sport‘s Alex Kennedy will once again represent Honor and Remember in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series when he gets behind the wheel of the No. 33 Honor and Remember Chevrolet SS this weekend at Charlotte Motor Speedway during the Memorial Day Weekend’s Coca-Cola 600.  Proudly displaying the emblem of remembrance on the hood of Kennedy’s No. 33 as part of the overall scheme, the national non-profit organization Honor and Remember, Inc., is using … Continue Reading

Circle Sport’s Team Owner

Joe Falk

Joe Falk was instrumental in the acquisition of the No. 33 from Richard Childress Racing five races into the start of the 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season and helped form Circle Sport to operate the budding organization.  Falk, a Virginia auto dealer who has been a part of the sport since the late 1990s, is making a return to fulltime competition in NASCAR’s top series.

Falk previously fielded the No. 91 Sprint Cup entry for drivers Dick Trickle, Greg Sacks, Kevin Lepage, Mike Wallace and Todd Bodine, which included a top-five finish in 1998 season finale at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

“When the opportunity was presented to acquire the No. 33 owner points from Richard Childress Racing, we felt this was the way to build a solid foundation for our emerging Sprint Cup operation,” Falk said.  “Circle Sport is positioned to offer companies of all sizes entry into NASCAR’s top tier of racing and the ability to reach the sport’s 75 million fans.  We are actively seeking marketing partners that want to either test the waters of NASCAR or have been told that their budgets can’t support a NASCAR program.”

Falk’s Little Joe’s Autos has served as a sponsor in multiple races throughout the 2012 season, while Precon Marine, another Virginia-based company that specializes in heavy marine constructions, joined the organization in an associate role.

Circle Sport is housed in a 22,000-square-foot facility in Mooresville, N.C., and in addition to the No. 33 Sprint Cup Series Chevrolet Impala also fields the No. 27 Chevrolet Silverado in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.

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