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CJB Adds Second Car For McMahan At Charlotte

CJB Brings Back McMahan
Paul McMahan, seen here in 2015, will return to CJB Motorsports this weekend. (Mark Funderburk photo)

CONCORD, N.C. – Former CJB Motorsports driver Paul McMahan will pilot a second entry for the team during the World of Outlaws Last Call at The Dirt Track at Charlotte, Nov. 6-7.

It’s the first time in five years that McMahan will drive for the Carlisle, Pa., team.

“We are pleased to welcome Paul McMahan back into the fold to close out 2020,” team owner Chad Clemens noted. “From time to time, we field a second car when an opportunity presents itself. This was one of those occasions.

“Paul is an excellent driver and has won for us at Charlotte before. We’re glad to have him behind the wheel for us once again.”

McMahan, from Nashville, Tenn., is also excited to be back with the team he spent three years with between 2013 and 2015. Together, the pairing won 12 World of Outlaws races.

“I’m really happy to take another strong and competitive car to Charlotte,” said McMahan, who will pilot the No. 51 machine. “We have had success there and the opportunity was too good to pass up. I want to thank Chad, Barry and the whole team for the chance.”




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