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Curb/Agajanian, a name that has been associated in many forms of motorsports over the recent years, mainly in INDYCAR alongside Andretti Autosport and the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge in association with Bryan Herta Autosport, is making their way down into the Cooper Tires USF2000 paddock. Joining the Joe Dooling Autosports #63 entry of Trey Burke, the team will now operate as Joe Dooling Autosports – Curb /Agajanian and have primary partners of Curb Records and Dooling Machine Products.

“We are bringing the band back together,” explained Joe Dooling. “Mike Curb and I have had a relationship together for quite some time and first worked with one another back in 2014 with Bryan Clauson. I am happy they are rejoining me in Joe Dooling Autosports – Curb/Agajanian in our USF2000 efforts. Together, we have big things for the future of the team as well as for Trey as a driver and to have their marketing power brings us huge potential that I am sure will turn some heads in the paddock.”

Fresh off the Grand Prix of St. Petersburg and a career best seventh place result, Trey Burke is stoked about the new partnership and will pilot a Curb Records branded car at the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Series Test today and tomorrow at Barber Motorsports Park.

“I am super excited to have Curb/Agajanian onboard with us this year,” expressed an excited Trey Burke. “Everyone knows the name, so being able to have them help us this year will help us bring the perception to the team that is deserved and should help bring some even better on track race results.” 

While the partnership is sure to open many doors for both Joe Dooling Autosports and Trey, stay tuned for future announcements.

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