Report: Mike Harmon Racing equipment stolen in Georgia

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

According to a Facebook post, Mike Harmon Racing announces several items of their racing team has been stolen. The incident happened overnight.

The post says that the equipment was stolen in Kingsland, Georgia. The crime allegedly took place between 2 am to 6 am EST.

Mike Harmon Racing’s No. 47 car (Photo by Mike Harmon Racing)

The equipment stolen were the team’s hauler. In addition, their dulley, race car, and all the equipment inside were also taken.

The car inside was reportedly the No. 47 Back the Blue car driven by Kyle Weatherman.

Items stolen:

  • Silver Ford F-350 Dulley
  • Slate Gray 32’ hauler
  • 47 Chevy Camaro inside the hauler
  • All equipment inside

The MHR team said that they have no information to share at this time besides that the items were stolen. The authorities at Kingsland Police Department are involved.

Mike Harmon Racing competed in the NASCAR Xfinity Series race on Saturday at the road course at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida.

Weatherman — driving the We Stand For the National Anthem car — finished 17th in the UNOH 188 at Daytona. The car previously had Back the Blue on it to support law enforcement authorities around the country.

Bayley Currey — also driving the We Stand For the National Anthem — finished 14th. 

Mike Harmon Racing got approval from NASCAR to have the Back the Blue on it just days after Bubba Wallace had Black Lives Matter on his car. Those, who support BLM, do not support and have said negative things regarding law enforcement.

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There is one comment

  1. Earl Burson

    I think the 47 Camaro inside MHR hauler( is what the scum that stole the truck and stuff ) was really after…. A true vintage automobile..

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