Boespflug To Drive For TKS Motorsports

Austin McCarl has left TKS Motorsports. (Paul Arch Photo)
Chad Boespflug has been named the driver of the TKS Motorsports No. 2KS in 2020. (Paul Arch Photo)

LEBANON, Ind. – TKS Motorsports owners Troy and Tammy Renfro have named Chad Boespflug as the driver of the team’s No. 2KS winged sprint car beginning next season.

The team will compete weekly at Iowa’s Knoxville Raceway and at other big shows in the Midwest, including events at Jackson (Minn.) Motorplex.

“We sat down with our partners and decided that Chad was the best fit for our team and their needs,” said Troy Renfro. “We are looking forward to adding him to our team. We are extremely happy we took our time making our decision.”

“I am thrilled to have the opportunity to compete full time in a wing sprint car schedule with TKS Motorsports in 2020,” said Boespflug, a winner of five USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car Series features during his career. “Troy Renfro’s extensive experience and knowledge is a huge benefit for me as a driver making the transition from non-wing sprint car racing. I look forward to representing TKS’ Marketing Partners in addition to those who continue to support my racing career.

“To be able to compete weekly at Knoxville Raceway is an honor in itself with the intense competition and history that surrounds one of the largest stages in wing sprint car racing.”

TKS Motorsports most recently fielded cars for Austin McCarl, which resulted in a 410 sprint car championship at Knoxville Raceway in 2018. The team parted ways with McCarl in late August.