Labonte will race in the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour events at Richmond Raceway (March 29), North Wilkesboro Speedway (Oct. 5) and Martinsville Speedway (Oct. 26).
This will mark Labonte’s second season racing for the team, which is co-owned by retired NASCAR competitor Hermie Sadler and Virginia Attorney and State Senator Bill Stanley.
“I can’t thank Hermie and Bill and everybody at Sadler-Stanley Racing enough,” Labonte said. “I’m looking forward to being part of the team again in 2024 for our limited schedule together. I really appreciate the support of Pace-O-Matic and their commitment to racing and the team. I’m also happy to continue to represent Cook Out in our events. I can’t wait to get started.”
Last year, Labonte competed in three NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour events for Sadler-Stanley Racing as a teammate to Ryan Newman. His best finish in four career Whelen Modified Tour events came last year at Richmond, where he finished sixth.