MARTINSVILLE, VA - OCTOBER 29: Landon Cassill, driver of the #34 CSX Play It Safe Ford, walks on the grid before qualifying for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series First Data 500 at Martinsville Speedway on October 29, 2017 in Martinsville, Virginia. (Photo by Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images)

Landon Cassill makes it clear he'll ride just about anything if it means getting back on the track


Landon Cassill still doesn't have a ride for 2018, but the Cup Series driver has indicated that he'll race just about anything to get back on the track this season.

Cassill was asked by fans if he'd consider racing in the Xfinity Series or the Truck Series, and responded with a picture of an Oscar Meyer WeinerMobile to indicate he'd race anything. Fans sent tweets and memes to Cassill regarding what all he'd race in, and he retweeted some of them on Wednesday.

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Cassill would even race in the Mystery Machine. Not sure if Scooby would be allowed to race with him or not.


Cassill is more active on Twitter than just about any other driver, and he's worth a follow from racing fans. It's unclear if a team will give him a chance next season, but he's made it clear he'd be willing to race in just about any series.

Cassill raced full-time in the Cup Series the last two year for Front Row Motorsports, but his contract wasn't renewed for the No. 34 car for 2018. His best career finish in a race was a 4th-place run at Talladega in 2014.