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Sprint Car driver Esh leaves Chiappelli 98 team

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Sprint Car driver Jared Esh has parted ways with the Chiappelli 98 team. He is looking for a new ride.

Right now, he is not sure what his next steps are. However, he’s missing out on races as this is the major part of the season.

Sprint Car driver Jared Esh driving the No. 98 entry at an event
Jared Esh driving the No. 98 entry at an event (Photo by Jared Esh Motorsports/Facebook)

“I have decided to part ways from the Chiappelli 98,” Esh said in a Facebook post. “I am super thankful to Tom and Fran for the opportunity and all that they did for me. I’m glad I could put their car back in victory lane for them but unfortunately, things just did not work out. Best of luck to their team going forward. We’ll see what the future holds for me.”

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The last update to his Facebook page came on April 23rd before today’s announcement. It showed that he was competing in an All-Star Circuit of Champions event.

He was leading in the heat race. Then experienced motor issues that affected the rest of his night.

According to MyRacePass, Esh has competed in 10 events this season. Yet, he has just one Top 10 finish.

The Millersville, Pennsylvania’s last race with the team came on April 30th at Port Royal Speedway. He did not finish the A feature in his 410 Sprint Car.

Esh’s best finish of the 2022 season came on Saturday, April 2nd. He finished 9th in the A Feature at Port Royal Speedway.

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He also finished the B Feature in the 6th position on Friday, March 18th at Williams Grove Speedway.

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Anthony Caruso III is the Publisher of The Capital Sports Report. He has been in the sports journalism field since 2002 and has covered numerous high-profile events, including 11 Heisman Trophy ceremonies.
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