T.J. Duke returns to The Nationwide Series in Dover

NCWTS and NNS Rookie TJ Duke returns to NASCAR and will race for Go Green Racing Sponsored by Brysonfuel and Duke Masonry.

   Ft. Lauderdale, Florida (September 18th, 2013) T.J. Duke will return to The NASCAR Nationwide Series on Saturday September 28th, 2013 for The 5-Hour Energy 200, Benefiting Living Beyond Breast Cancer at Dover International Speedway in Dover, Delaware.

   T. J. Duke’s Go Green Racing No.79 Ford Mustang will have primary sponsorship from North Carolina’s Brysonfuel along with the secondary sponsorship effort from,

T. D. M. Contractors, Duke Masonry and The Darrell Gwynn Foundation all prominent South Florida businesses.

   South Florida Native, T.J. Duke, has been behind the wheel since he was 7 years old. Like some famous Nascar Drivers, Duke started his career in Karting. Winning multiple Championships in both the Florida Championships Series and the World Karting Association.

   T.J. won the 2009 track Championship at Charlotte County Motorsports Park in The Advanced Pro Truck Series.
   In 2010, T.J. Duke drove his Advanced Auto Parts Truck to Victory Lane as the 2010 SPEED WEEKS Champion in New Smyrna, Florida.

   Duke also gained National Attention in 2011 as one of the youngest Driver’s to attain his NASCAR Credential. You may have noticed him in the No.07 Merrill Lynch Camping World Truck Series in Martinsville and Daytona or in the No.40 Chevrolet Nationwide car which he drove in Phoenix and Homestead.

   “I’m very excited about returning to The Nascar Nationwide Series, especially going to The Monster Mile for the first time,” said T.J. “This will be the first time for me at a 100% concrete track and I know it will be a beneficial experience. I am hoping to quickly catch on to the handling of the car at Dover”.

   Go Green Racing has picked Ben Leslie Former Crew Chief for Roush Racings Mark Martin and Kurt Busch to be T.J. Duke’s Crew Chief.