Loading Racing Stats...
Loading Track Stats...
Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring B.J. McLeod
Mark Taylor ranks the Xfinity Series drivers for the 2021 season, as Austin Cindric returns to defend his title.
Mark Taylor welcomes the 2021 NASCAR season with a rundown of changes for this year, including drivers like Bubba Wallace joining new teams.
Mark Taylor ranks the 2021 NASCAR drivers as Kevin Harvick's dominance is undeniable, even if he came up just a bit short last season.
Mark Taylor projects wins, poles and more for all of NASCAR's cup drivers for this season. Check out the sortable rankings now.
Harrison Burton, who’s in C.J. Radune’s Higher-Risk Lineup, will start this race sixth and has two top-10 finishes from two series starts at the track.
Past Fantasy Outlooks
This team is expected to race full-time, but with a number of different drivers behind the wheel. The vast majority of the starts should go to McLeod. It's yet to be determined how many, and who will race alongside the veteran. McLeod made 30 starts last season with 22 of those coming in the No. 15 Ford. The veteran driver claimed 11 Top-20 finishes although five of those came in another team's car. So the inconsistency behind the wheel, and unknown drivers are a limiting factor for this race team. The only concrete fact we can hang our hats on is that McLeod will field this car in all 33 events. It's typically running at the end of most races, although not terribly competitively.
This team is expected to race full-time, but with a number of different drivers behind the wheel. The vast majority of the starts should go to McLeod. It's yet to be determined how many, and who will race alongside the veteran. McLeod has made 25 and 26 starts respectively the last two seasons, however, split between the team's multiple cars. The veteran driver registered five Top-20 finishes last year, but also collected six DNF's. Lack of continuity in the driver's seat limits this team's ability to develop chemistry and race more competitively.
More Fantasy News
Starting from rear
Ends up in rear
New Race Team
Matt Tifft and McLeod are thrilled to announce the formation of Live Fast Motorsports. The No. 78 Ford Mustang will compete on in the Cup series on a full-time basis in the 2021 season and beyond. McLeod will pilot the No. 78 Mustang under the charter that Tifft and McLeod obtained in 2020, alongside Joe Falk.
Starting in back Wednesday
Planning 15 Cup Starts
From the age of two, McLeod knew he wanted to be a part of racing. Come Sunday McLeod will have taken his team to the top of motorsports, as BJ McLeod Motorsports will start its first NASCAR Cup Series race. He is set to drive the No. 78 Chevrolet this weekend at Darlington Raceway in NASCAR's return to racing, frontstretch.com reports.