NNS: Lagasse Joins Richard Childress Racing for Homestead Finale

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Richard Childress Racing will have Scott Lagasse, Jr. driving the No. 33 Alert Today Florida/Boy Scouts of America Chevrolet Camaro in the NASCAR Nationwide Series season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway on Nov. 15 with Nick Harrison as crew chief.

“I’m honored for the opportunity to drive the RCR No. 33 Chevrolet,” Lagasse said. “Mr. Childress runs a first class organization, from his team all the way down to the equipment he provides for them. Everyone at TeamSLR is excited to work with Mr. Childress, Nick and all the guys over at RCR. We’re looking forward to seeing all the Boy Scouts at the race cheering us on and also delivering the Alert Today Florida pedestrian and bicycle safety message.

“I am a cyclist, as are many NASCAR drivers. It’s important for everyone to remember traffic laws were designed to keep everyone safe, especially more vulnerable road users like pedestrians and bicyclists. So while you’re driving to work to school or even to the speedway, watch for us. Cyclists have a right to be there too, so please share the road and help keep us safe.”

Lagasse will pair with the Florida Department of Transportation in their “Alert Today Alive Tomorrow” initiative. The campaign helps raise awareness that safety doesn’t happen by accident, reminding everyone on the roadways to pay attention while following the rules of the road. The Boy Scouts of America will also ride along as a sponsor for the 200-lap event.

Lagasse will be making his third Nationwide Series start at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

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