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Spire Motorsports Agrees
Spire Motorsports has completed an agreement to purchase the assets of Leavine Family Racing following the NASCAR Cup Series season finale at Phoenix Raceway.
A number of factors, including the COVID-19 pandemic, led to the sale of Leavine Family Racing. (HHP/Chris Owens Photo)
Bob Leavine didn’t want his tenure as a NASCAR Cup Series team owner to end this way.
Leavine Family Racing has been sold to a new owner. (Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images)
Bob Leavine, the owner of Leavine Family Racing, has announced that he has sold his NASCAR Cup Series race team.
Christopher Bell in victory lane on Sunday at Iowa Speedway. (HHP/Ashley Dickerson Photo)
Leavine Family Racing finally made the long-speculated official on Tuesday, announcing Christopher Bell as the driver of the No. 95 Toyota Camry for the 2020 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season.
Leavine Family Racing has named Jeremy Lange as the organization's new president.. (Ivan Veldhuizen Photo)
Leavine Family Racing has announced that Jeremy Lange has been promoted to the role of president of the organization.
Matt DiBenedetto and Leavine Family Racing will honor Toyota's IMSA racing legacy during Sunday's Bojangles' Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway.
Christopher Bell has remained quiet about his plans for 2020. (HHP/Barry Cantrell Photo)
Despite rumors about his future, Christopher Bell is remaining mum about his plans for next season and beyond.
Matt DiBenedetto has confirmed he won't return to Leavine Family Racing in 2020. (HHP/Harold Hinson Photo)
Matt DiBenedetto has confirmed he will not return to Leavine Family Racing next season.
Leavine Family Racing has added Anest Iwata as a sponsor of the team and driver Matt DiBenedetto. (NASCAR Photo)
Anest Iwata has joined Leavine Family Racing as a sponsor of Matt DiBenedetto and the No. 95 Toyota Camry.
One of the pleasant surprises that might have been overlooked at first glance during Thursday night’s Gander RV Duels at Daytona was the solid fourth-place run of Matt DiBenedetto.

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