Go Fas Racing Statement:
"Go Fas Racing and Gene Nead have mutually parted ways. Veteran Crew Chief Randy Cox has taken over Crew Chief duties. Gene had an integral part in building an improved program at Go Fas Racing last season, our most competitive season yet, and we wish him all the best going forward."
With just the third race of the 2018 MENCS season approaching on Sunday, Go Fas Racing has announced Randy Cox will take over as crew chief for the #32 team replacing Gene Nead.
Since Nead's time at Go Fas Racing, the organization has compiled two top-10's coming at Daytona and Indianapolis.
Since 2007, Cox has served as crew chief for 102 races. Previously Nead worked with BK Racing.
Since the start of the 2018 season, Matt DiBenedetto has a finish of 27th (Daytona) and 31st (Atlanta).