Andy Suess announced on Wednesday morning that he has separated with his former team, Our Motorsports, after a five year run as both driver and General Manager of Our Motorsports in the NASCAR Xfinity Series.
“Late last year Chris made the decision to make a big step to the NASCAR Xfinity Series. A press conference was held at the Nascar Hall of Fame. Where it was announced that I and possibly other drivers would be in the seat. Also it was announced that I would be running the team as general manager. My family was there. My friends were there. My team was there. It was absolutely surreal.” Suess said in a statement.
“Somewhere between then and now, things began to change. The morals and standards for our amazing little team got skewed. I struggled with witnessing it, until I simply could not be a part of it any more. I hate that it came to this, I hate the timing, I hate walking away from 5 years of hard work and dedication, but it is not something I can put my name on any more”.
The long time ARCA Menards Series team debuted in the NASCAR Xfinity Series this season at Daytona International Speedway with Brett Moffitt as the driver.
Wednesday afternoon, Our Motorsports announced that Andy Lally would compete for the team in upcoming road-course races at Road America and Daytona next month.
Lally, a long time NASCAR driver last competed in the NASCAR Xfinity Series at the Charlotte Roval in 2018 for DGM Racing.
Lally has a total for 38 starts in the NASCAR Cup Series, and 11 starts in the NASCAR Xfinity Series with his specialty-focused around road course racing.
This weekend Brett Moffitt will compete for the team in the No. 02 Chevrolet Camaro.