By Anthony Caruso III | Editor
Sprint Car driver Devon Borden is on the hunt for a new vehicle. He parted ways with Heffner Racing.
According to The Third Turn, Borden last raced on July 3 at Selinsgrove Speedway. He finished eighth in the race.
“As most of you have seen, Heffner Racing 27 and I have parted ways,” Borden said in a Facebook post. “I can’t thank Mike Heffner enough for the opportunity he gave me and for everything he did for me last year. It was truly an honor to drive the 27 car, I only wish the team only the best for the future. I have nothing but good things to say about Mike and the team and I will forever cherish my first full time race. The 27 will always hold a special place in my heart. I also want to thank all the guys in my crew on 27 for their hard work Ben Engle, Jared Goodling, Brady Bixler and Cody Richard have put in countless hours to help me succeed.
“I also want to thank Bob Heffner our amazing team cook Dee for always feeding us and all the great sponsors. Red Robin, Leland’s, Blazers Body Shop, Trone Outdoor, Wilwood and Champion Racing Oil. I really can’t describe how much I appreciate each and every one of you. Thank you for everything.”
He has one win this season, according to the site. This came in the Central PA Sprint Car series.
We don’t know what Borden’s next move will be at this time.
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