BK Racing is continuing to make crew chief changes to improve the performance of its two teams in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.
On Wednesday, the team made the news official that there will be more changes starting at Michigan International Speedway. Randy Cox will shift over from the No. 83 to the No. 23 Toyota Camry of Ryan Sieg, while Doug George will take control of the No. 83 Toyota driven by Corey LaJoie.
Cox has two full-time seasons of crew chief duties under his belt with Cole Whitt in 2014 and 2015, and has been working with BK Racing throughout the 2017 season. His six years in NASCAR’s top series have not produced any top-10 results.
George makes his return to the Cup Series as a crew chief after an 11-year absence. His last tenure came in 2006, featuring no top-10 results in his five total races. George has two wins with Kyle Busch in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series to his name during the 2009 season.
BK Racing’s Nos. 83 and 23 cars sit 35th and 36th, respectively, in the owner standings.