NHMS hires former crew chief as new VP of operations, development

  • Goslant

Monitor staff
Wednesday, December 06, 2017

New Hampshire Motor Speedway has hired former Xfinity Series crew chief Matt Goslant as vice president of operations and development, the track announced Tuesday.

Goslant, a Vermont native, will be responsible for construction projects on the speedway’s 1,200-acre property in Loudon, as well as managing daily operations in maintenance.

“Matt is a proven winner and will bring a tremendous work ethic and winning attitude to a critical part of our organization,” NHMS General Manager David McGrath said in a statement.

Goslant, 33, spent the last two years as general manager of Stewart-Haass Racing’s No. 00 team, leading Cole Custer to his first Xfinity Series win in the championship race on Nov. 18 at Homestead-Miami Speedway.

Goslant was 18 when he took his first job as a crew chief in the American-Canadian Tour. He moved up to the K&N Pro and Xfinity series in 2008. Goslant won 12 races in K&N competition, including a championship in 2010.

In 2014, Goslant managed Custer in the Camping World Truck Series and won a race at NHMS.