On Point Motorsports skips Mid-Ohio

On Point Motorsport has decided to give up his full-time job NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Campaign to return to the drawing board. On Tuesday, the team announced plans to skip Saturday’s race Sports car course in Mid-Ohio and prepare for the next round Pocono Racetrack on July 23rd.

“After careful consideration, On Point Motorsports has decided to skip the upcoming Mid-Ohio race in order to regroup and focus on improving our program.” reads a team statement. “We are confident that this is the right decision for us at this point and we will come back strong at Pocono Raceway.”

The team’s #30 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro started the 2022 season with Tate Fogleman, who clinched a win at Talladega last year and completed every race from the opener at Daytona to Gateway in June. In the first eleven races he had three top-20 finishes and finished twenty-three in points. However, he stepped aside at Sonoma in what the team described as a planned move rather than a mid-season driver change Colin Garret took over, despite not being cleared to race due to delays in his drug test and Josh Bilicki would fill. Joey Gases and Camden Murphy then the number 30 piloted in the next two races at Knoxville and Nashville respectively, although Murphy failed.

Fogleman’s twentieth in Kansas in May remains the team’s youngest top 20. He finished the next three laps in places twenty-second, twenty-nine and twenty-one before Bilicki finished in Sonoma, with Gase in twenty-fourth and Murphy in thirty-fourth. The number 30 is currently twenty-seventh in owner points.

On Point debuted in 2018 and was a part-time operation for the first two years before competing in all but one race in 2020 Danny Boehn, Scott Lagasse Jr.and Brennan Poole. The number 30 then contested the entire 2021 list with Bohn, Poole and Michel Abbate en route to twenty-sixth in the Owners’ Championship.

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