"Obviously, expanding to another team is a big undertaking, not just in dollars but space, people, all of that," Freeze told RACER. "We're certainly not – I think – planning on it right now, today. It's in the back of my mind, for sure."
Currently, Front Row fields the #34 for Landon Cassill and the #38 for David Ragan and Friday, Jerry Freeze, the general manager of Front Row Motorsports, said the primary focus is those two cars.
In early February, it was revealed the organization had bought a charter during the offseason from BK Racing, which they turned around and leased to TriStar Motorsports. However, the charter will return to Front Row before the start of the 2018 season where it either needs to be used or sold.
"Probably halfway through this year we'll have to get serious on a direction, but right now we're just really more focused on trying to get these two cars as competitive as we can." Racer