It appears that All Out Motorsports, which has fielded the No. 7 Truck in the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series for Korbin Forrister, has shut down its operation.
This leaves Forrister out of a driving job, and everyone who was turning wrenches for the team are scrambling for new jobs, including Wally Rogers who was the crew chief and competition director of the organization.
So they shut our truck deal down. I’m officially a free agent. So if someone is looking for a person that can build one from the ground up, take it to the track and call the races hit me up. I’m available.
— Wally Rogers (@walr2772) June 18, 2019
Attempts by TobyChristie.com to obtain a statement or comment from a team representative has gone unanswered at this time.
Forrister made waves a few weeks ago with some rather salty and inappropriate Tweets that he was sending out in reference to the Scott Russell Gragson DUI arrest.
Forrister then began attacking anyone who contested his view via Twitter.
Forrister had since gone private with his Twitter account, and then deleted some of the unsavory Tweets. No word on if the Twitter storm had anything to do with the closing down of the team or not, but the team had not attempted to run the last two races, which does fall in line with the Twitter battles that Forrister was engaging in.
All Out Motorsports was owned by the Forrister family, and since 2018 the team had competed in 16 NGOTS events. The best finish for the organization was a 13th-place effort at Las Vegas last September.