Hattori Racing Enterprises

NASCAR team

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Hattori Racing Enterprises
Owner(s) Shigeaki Hattori
Base Mooresville, North Carolina
Series NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series
ARCA Menards Series
ARCA Menards Series East
ARCA Menards Series West
Race drivers Truck Series:
61. TBA (part-time)
ARCA Menards Series:
61. Sean Hingorani (part-time)
ARCA Menards Series East:
61. Sean Hingorani (part-time)
ARCA Menards Series West:
61. Sean Hingorani (part-time)
Sponsors Truck Series:
61. TBA
ARCA Menards Series:
61. Fidelity Capital
ARCA Menards Series East:
61. Fidelity Capital
ARCA Menards Series West:
61. Fidelity Capital
Manufacturer Toyota
Opened 2008
Career
Debut Xfinity Series:
2014 DRIVE4COPD 300 (Daytona)
Truck Series:
2013 Michigan National Guard 200 (Michigan)
ARCA Menards Series:
2008 Drive Smart! Buckle-Up Kentucky 150 (Kentucky)
ARCA Menards Series East:
2010 South Boston 150 (South Boston)
ARCA Menards Series West:
2023 General Tire 200 (Sonoma)
Latest race Xfinity Series:
2021 Andy’s Frozen Custard 335 (Texas)
Truck Series:
2023 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Championship Race (Phoenix)
ARCA Menards Series:
2024 General Tire 150 (Phoenix)
ARCA Menards Series East:
2020 Bush’s Beans 200 (Bristol)
ARCA Menards Series West:
2024 General Tire 150 (Phoenix)
Races competed Total: 315
Xfinity Series: 25
Truck Series: 178
ARCA Menards Series: 22
ARCA Menards Series East: 88
ARCA Menards Series West: 2
Drivers’ Championships Total: 1
Xfinity Series: 0
Truck Series: 1
2018
ARCA Menards Series: 0
ARCA Menards Series East: 0
ARCA Menards Series West: 0
Race victories Total: 20
Xfinity Series: 0
Truck Series: 14
ARCA Menards Series: 1
ARCA Menards Series East: 5
ARCA Menards Series West: 0
Pole positions Total: 16
Xfinity Series: 0
Truck Series: 6
ARCA Menards Series: 1
ARCA Menards Series East: 9
ARCA Menards Series West: 0

Hattori Racing Enterprises (HRE) is a Japanese-American professional stock car racing team that currently competes in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series. Owned by former NASCAR and open-wheel driver Shigeaki Hattori they compete with the No. 61 Toyota part-time for TBA in the Truck Series. They also field the No. 61 Toyota Camry for Sean Hingorani in the ARCA Menards Series, ARCA Menards Series East, and ARCA Menards Series West. The team previously competed in the NASCAR Xfinity Series.

History[edit]

Xfinity Series[edit]

Car No. 61 history[edit]

On May 30, 2019, it was reported that HRE would field the No. 61 Toyota at the July Daytona race, marking the team’s first Xfinity race since 2015.[1] On June 16, 2019, it was announced that the car would driven by Austin Hill, who was to make his Xfinity Series debut;[2] however, a drive line failure prevented Hill from setting a qualifying time and he missed the race.[3]

In August, HRE partnered with MBM Motorsports to renumber the latter’s No. 42 to the No. 61 for the Food City 300 at Bristol. Timmy Hill drove the No. 61 to a career-best seventh.[4]

The No. 61 AISIN Group Toyota attempted the race at Indianapolis with Austin Hill and scored a top ten in his first-ever Xfinity start as he finished ninth.

Car No. 61 results[edit]

NASCAR Xfinity Series results
Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 .mw-parser-output .tooltip-dotted{border-bottom:1px dotted;cursor:help}NXSC Pts
2019 Austin Hill 61 Toyota DAY ATL LVS PHO CAL TEX BRI RCH TAL DOV CLT POC MCH IOW CHI DAY
DNQ
KEN NHA IOW GLN MOH BRI ROA DAR IND
9
LVS RCH CLT DOV KAN TEX PHO HOM 89th 01
2020 DAY
35
LVS CAL
16
PHO DAR CLT
33
BRI ATL HOM HOM TAL POC IND KEN KEN TEX KAN ROA DAY DOV DOV DAY DAR
9
RCH RCH BRI LVS
17
TAL
33
CLT
36
KAN
5
TEX
33
MAR PHO 78th 01
2021 DAY DAY HOM LVS PHO ATL MAR TAL DAR DOV COA CLT MOH TEX NSH
9
POC
25
ROA ATL NHA GLN IND
29
MCH DAY DAR RCH BRI LVS TAL CLT
18
TEX
20
KAN MAR PHO 86th 01

Car No. 80 history[edit]

Hattori made his NASCAR Xfinity Series debut with Johnny Sauter drove the No. 80 Toyota at the 2014 DRIVE4COPD 300 at Daytona. Sauter qualified ninth and finished twenty-eighth, one lap down.[5] After that race, Hattori was quoted as saying “we have decided that we need to focus more on our Nationwide Series program”.[6] Sauter would pilot Hattori’s No. 80 Toyota for two more races, finishing 16th at Charlotte Motor Speedway and 15th at the Subway Firecracker 250 at Daytona. Starting at Michigan, Ross Chastain piloted the car for four races, turning in a best finish of tenth at Kentucky Speedway.[7] Alex Bowman ran one race for Hattori, at Dover International Speedway.[8]

One weekend after making his Truck debut for HRE, Ross Kenseth made his second Xfinity start and the only Xfinity start of 2015 for HRE.[9] Kenseth started 29th, but he suffered from the limited resources at HRE and finished 33rd, 51 laps down.[10][11]

The team did not attempt any Xfinity races from 2016, 2017, and 2018, as the team focused on strengthening their Truck Series program and fielding an entry in that series full-time.

Car No. 80 results[edit]

NASCAR Xfinity Series results
Year Team No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 NXSC Pts
2014 Johnny Sauter 80 Toyota DAY
28
PHO LVS BRI CAL TEX DAR RCH TAL IOW CLT
16
DOV DAY
15
NHA CHI IND IOW GLN MOH BRI ATL RCH 102nd 01
Ross Chastain MCH
12
ROA KEN CHI
19
KEN
10
CLT
21
TEX PHO HOM
Alex Bowman DOV
19
KAN
2015 Ross Kenseth DAY ATL LVS PHO CAL TEX BRI RCH TAL IOW CLT DOV MCH CHI DAY KEN NHA IND IOW GLN MOH BRI ROA DAR RCH CHI KEN DOV CLT KAN TEX PHO
33
HOM 54th 50

Craftsman Truck Series[edit]

Truck No. 16 history[edit]

Part Time (2013)

Hattori made his major-series NASCAR debut at Michigan in 2013 with Brett Moffitt as the driver of the No. 16 Toyota. Moffitt started fourteenth and finished seventeenth, one lap off the pace. It would be HRE’s only Truck start of the year.[12][13]

Ryan Truex (2017)

In 2017, The team would bring the No. 16 full-time with Ryan Truex as the driver.[14] Truex missed the playoffs in a tiebreaker with Ben Rhodes,[14] but grabbed his first two career poles during the first round of the playoffs.

Brett Moffitt (2018)
Brett Moffitt‘s championship-winning truck on display in 2018

The team would return full-time in 2018, with Brett Moffitt. In Atlanta (2018), Moffitt was able to get the team’s first win in the Truck Series.[15] Moffitt proceeded to win a total of six races on the season, including at Chicagoland where the team nearly wasn’t able to race due to lack of sponsorship, to secure Hattori’s first-ever NASCAR championship. With Moffitt’s win at Phoenix in November, HRE’s fifth ever in the truck series, and Moffitt’s fifth on the season, the team became locked into the Championship 4 Round at Homestead-Miami Speedway. The next weekend, Moffitt held off Noah Gragson to win the team’s first-ever championship.

Austin Hill (2019-2021)
Austin Hill celebrating after winning the NextEra Energy 250 in 2019

On December 6, 2018, it was announced that Moffitt was released from the No. 16 team due to financial issues. The team plans to replace Moffitt with a driver who has sponsorship backing. On January 8, 2019, HRE announced that Austin Hill will drive the No. 16 in the 2019 season.[16][17] Hill scored his record first win at the season-opening Daytona race.[18] Following 2021, Austin Hill would move to the NASCAR Xfinity Series to drive the No. 21 for Richard Childress Racing.

Tyler Ankrum (2022-2023)
Tyler Ankrum in the No. 16 at Sonoma Raceway in 2022

Tyler Ankrum drove the No. 16 truck in 2022, getting only 8 Top 10s, 0 Top 5s and finished 12th in overall points with no wins. It was announced on January 13, 2023 that he would return to the team for the 2023 season.[19] On December 7, 2023, it was announced that Ankrum would be leaving for McAnally-Hilgemann Racing for the 2024 season.[20]

On January 2024, The No. 16 truck owner points were bought by Reaume Brothers Racing.[21]

Truck No. 16 results[edit]

NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series results
Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Owners Pts
2013 Brett Moffitt 16 Toyota DAY MAR CAR KAN CLT DOV TEX KEN IOW ELD POC MCH
17
BRI MSP IOW CHI LVS TAL MAR TEX PHO HOM 36th 57
2017 Ryan Truex DAY
28
ATL
13
MAR
10
KAN
6
CLT
4
DOV
10
TEX
4
GTW
7
IOW
20
KEN
23
ELD
20
POC
3
MCH
4
BRI
16
MSP
5
CHI
4
NHA
2
LVS
12
TAL
28
MAR
13
TEX
8
PHO
19
HOM
4
11th 772
2018 Brett Moffitt DAY
26
ATL
1
LVS
3
MAR
3
DOV
12
KAN
16
CLT
4
TEX
18
IOW
1*
GTW
14
CHI
1
KEN
18
ELD
5
POC
26
MCH
1
BRI
18
MSP
3
LVS
11
TAL
17
MAR
2
TEX
3
PHO
1
HOM
1*
1st 4040
2019 Austin Hill DAY
1*
ATL
7
LVS
30
MAR
16
TEX
27
DOV
7
KAN
4
CLT
6
TEX
8
IOW
12
GTW
11
CHI
5
KEN
31
POC
30
ELD
32
MCH
1*
BRI
10
MSP
5
LVS
1
TAL
6
MAR
26
PHO
13
HOM
1*
5th 2298
2020 DAY
6
LVS
3
CLT
9
ATL
2
HOM
7
POC
2
KEN
5
TEX
30
KAN
1*
KAN
6
MCH
12
DAY
5
DOV
8
GTW
3
DAR
3
RCH
8
BRI
25
LVS
1
TAL
19
KAN
3
TEX
2
MAR
35
PHO
12
7th 2242
2021 DAY
22
DAY
33
LVS
3
ATL
2
BRI
9
RCH
10
KAN
3
DAR
13
COA
9
CLT
9
TEX
4
NSH
9
POC
5
KNX
1
GLN
1*
GTW
23
DAR
12
BRI
24
LVS
10
TAL
32
MAR
2
PHO
10
7th 2210
2022 Tyler Ankrum DAY
28
LVS
16
ATL
11
COA
7
MAR
10
BRI
31
DAR
9
KAN
16
TEX
33
CLT
20
GTW
15
SON
9
KNX
9
NSH
7
MOH
21
POC
16
IRP
6
RCH
13
KAN
14
BRI
11
TAL
10
HOM
11
PHO
14
14th 583
2023 DAY
7*
LVS
15
ATL
26
COA
4
TEX
26
BRD
33
MAR
27
KAN
10
DAR
15
NWS
26
CLT
28
GTW
16
NSH
8
MOH
10
POC
12
RCH
13
IRP
34
MLW
20
KAN
9
BRI
23
TAL
33
HOM
25
PHO
22
19th 456

Truck No. 18 history[edit]

Part-time (2015)

The team raced in the Xfinity Series for 2014 before returning to the trucks in 2015 with No. 18 Toyota. Ross Chastain, who raced for Hattori in 2014, returned to HRE to attempt to qualify at Michigan, but failed to qualify. Ross Kenseth, son of NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Matt Kenseth, made his first Truck series start with Hattori at Martinsville Speedway. Kenseth qualified 25th and finished 17th in the Aisin AW Toyota. Kenseth failed to qualify for the Truck series finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway.[22]

Truck No. 18 results[edit]

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series results
Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Owners Pts
2015 Ross Chastain 18 Toyota DAY ATL MAR KAN CLT DOV TEX GTW IOW KEN ELD POC MCH BRI MSP CHI
DNQ
NHA LVS TAL NA 0
Ross Kenseth MAR
17
TEX PHO HOM
DNQ

Truck No. 61 history[edit]

Beginnings (2021)
Chase Purdy in the No. 61 at Sonoma Raceway in 2022

For 2021, Max McLaughlin decided to put more focus on his dirt racing efforts and would therefore not run another full season in the East Series.[23] However, he would remain with Hattori as he would return to the Truck Series to run a part-time schedule in a new second truck for the team, marking the first time Hattori has fielded a second team in the Truck Series. Ultimately, he never raced for Hattori.[24]

Chase Purdy (2022)

On November 30, 2021, it was announced that Chase Purdy would drive this brand new No. 61 for 2022.[25] On October 18, 2022, it was announced that Purdy will not return to the team for the 2023 season.[26]

Part Time (2023)

On March 17, 2023, it was announced that Christopher Bell would drive the No. 61 at North Wilkesboro.[27] Bell would return for the Pocono race as well.[28] Jake Drew would run five races in the No. 61. His first race with them was at IRP and his best finish in the No. 61 was 10th at Kansas.[29] On August 18, 2023, it was announced that Sean Hingorani would run the No. 61 at the Milwaukee Mile, finishing 23rd.[30]

Truck No. 61 results[edit]

NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series results
Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Owners Pts
2022 Chase Purdy 61 Toyota DAY
DNQ
LVS
14
ATL
14
COA
16
MAR
29
BRI
13
DAR
35
KAN
13
TEX
21
CLT
15
GTW
10
SON
15
KNX
20
NSH
13
MOH
13
POC
11
IRP
27
RCH
14
KAN
25
BRI
30
TAL
7
HOM
16
PHO
19
17th 450
2023 Christopher Bell DAY LVS ATL COA TEX BRI MAR KAN DAR NWS
16
CLT GTW NSH MOH POC
4
RCH 35th 165
Jake Drew IRP
17
KAN
10
BRI
20
TAL
20
HOM PHO
33
Sean Hingorani MLW
23

Truck No. 81 history[edit]

Ryan Truex (2016)

In early 2016, it was announced that Mayetta, New Jersey‘s Ryan Truex would drive the No. 81 Toyota for the full season, contingent on sponsorship, according to Truex.[31] Truex turned in a stellar run at the season-opening NextEra Energy Resources 250, finishing second. Truex may have won the race if not for NASCAR’s “freeze-the-field” rule, which freezes the field when a caution comes out. Truex had lost support from Parker Kligerman, which allowed Johnny Sauter to win in his first race for GMS Racing. Truex did lead fourteen laps in the race.[32] Truex would follow that up with a 20th at Atlanta Motor Speedway and a 12th at Martinsville.[33] Funding fizzled out mid-season, and the team was forced to skip some races in the middle of the season.[34] The team also switched crew chiefs, bringing in Wauters Motorsports owner Richie Wauters midseason.[14] The No. 81 became the No. 16 at the end of 2016.

Truck No. 81 results[edit]

NASCAR Camping World Truck Series results
Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Owners Pts
2016 Ryan Truex 81 Toyota DAY
2
ATL
20
MAR
12
KAN
6
DOV
8
CLT
22
TEX IOW GTW
26
KEN ELD POC BRI MCH
23
MSP
21
CHI
15
NHA
16
LVS TAL
8
MAR
14
TEX
21
PHO HOM
32
18th 250

ARCA Menards Series[edit]

Car No. 01 history[edit]

HRE ran four drivers in the No. 01 in 2008, with Sean Caisse making five starts, Justin Marks making two, and Chrissy Wallace and Brent Glastetter making one start each. Caisse recorded two top-fives, a second and a fifth, and Marks recorded two top-tens, a seventh and an eighth.[13][35][36] Michael Annett made HRE’s only start in 2009, a 41st at Daytona after a crash.[37]

Car No. 1 history[edit]

Max McLaughlin returned to the renamed ARCA Menards East Series in 2020 in Hattori’s No. 1 car, but with the series having combination races with the East Series, McLaughlin and Hattori also competed in races in this series.

For 2021, McLaughlin decided to put more focus on his dirt racing efforts and would therefore not run another full season in the East Series.[23]

Car No. 14 history[edit]

In 2011, HRE fielded the No. 14 for Matt Dibenedetto at Salem and Toledo, where he finished 6th and 12th respectively.

Car No. 17 history[edit]

In 2010, HRE fielded the No. 17 for Miguel Paludo at Kansas.

Car No. 61 history[edit]

In 2023, HRE fielded the No. 61 for Tyler Ankrum at Mid-Ohio, where he won the race.

ARCA Menards Series East[edit]

Car No. 01 history[edit]

In 2012, HRE fielded the No. 01 for Matt Dibenedetto at Iowa Speedway. He finished 20th.

In 2017, the No. 01 returned part-time. Jesse Little drove the car at Iowa. He finished 10th. Ryan Truex drove the car at Watkins Glen. He won the pole and finished 19th.

Car No. 1 history[edit]

In 2014, HRE fielded the No. 1 part-time for David Garbo Jr., Ross Chastain, and Trey Hutchens.

In 2015, HRE fielded the No. 1 part-time for Sergio Peña, Mason Mitchell, Jesse Little, and Brandon McReynolds.

In 2016, the No. 1 run full-time with Austin Theriault and Spencer Davis as the drivers.

In 2018, the No. 1 returned for part-time competition. Kyle Benjamin drove the car at Iowa. He finished 10th. Brett Moffitt drove the car at Watkins Glen International, where he won.

In 2019, dirt track racer Max McLaughlin signed with HRE to drive the No. 1 Camry with sponsorship from Textron Off Road and Mohawk Northeast Inc.[38] McLaughlin would win at Watkins Glen in the same car Moffitt won with a year earlier.

For 2021, McLaughlin decided to put more focus on his dirt racing efforts and would therefore not run another full season in the East Series.[23]

Car No. 11 history[edit]

Brett Moffitt in 2013.

After competing in East Series for Joe Gibbs Racing in 2010 and Michael Waltrip in 2011, Brett Moffitt joined Hattori Racing in the No. 11 car and competed in the East Series in 2012 with two wins coming in that season. A crash on the final lap of the 2012 season at Rockingham knocked Brett out of the points lead surrendering the championship to Kyle Larson.
Moffitt drove the full East Series Schedule again in 2013 without a win, but with a runner-up points finish.

In 2017, the No. 11 car returned part-time for Ryan Truex at Bristol. He finished 25th.

Car No. 77 history[edit]

In 2010, Hattori Racing fielded the No. 77 for Miguel Paludo. He finished fifteenth in the series standings that year, with a best finish of fourth.

ARCA Menards Series West[edit]

Car No. 81 history[edit]

In 2023, HRE fielded the No. 81 Toyota Camry for Sammy Smith at Sonoma. He finished 2nd. [39]

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