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Chad Chastain and DGM Racing Continue the “Use Your Melon” Highway Safety Program

Delaware Office of Highway Safety’s Drive Sober Arrive Alive to Adorn No. 91 Entry at Dover Motor Speedway

LAKE WALES, Fla., (April 26, 2023) – DGM Racing announces Chad Chastain will make his second NASCAR Xfinity Series (NXS) start racing the No. 91 entry on Saturday, April 29, 2023, in the A-GAME 200 at Dover Motor Speedway. Joining Chastain and DGM Racing will be the Delaware Office of Highway Safety (DOHS), featuring the Drive Sober Arrive Alive to encourage Delawareans to “Use Your Melon” and drive sober.

The last time Chastain piloted the DGM Racing Chevrolet was at Atlanta Motor Speedway where he finished 24th in his NXS debut. “We’re excited to work with Chad again at one of the most exciting tracks on the NASCAR Xfinity Series circuit,” said DGM team owner Mario Gosselin. “After an impressive debut at Atlanta, we’re looking forward to carrying the momentum from last month’s performance into this weekend’s race at Dover Motor Speedway.”

The relationship between the Delaware Office of Highway Safety and the Chastain family runs deep. Ross Chastain, Chad’s brother, and two-time winner in the NASCAR Cup Series, has had a long relationship working with the DOHS to promote highway safety in the state of Delaware. The weekend of racing will start at Georgetown Speedway on Friday when Ross runs the Melvin L. Joseph Memorial Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series event. Ross and Chad will be available for autographs from 5:30 – 6:00 p.m. ET at the DOHS display Friday night. Chad will also be signing autographs at the A-GAME display in the NASCAR FanZone at Dover Motor Speedway on Saturday morning at 9:45 a.m. ET.

“I’m thrilled to add to my 2023 NASCAR schedule with DGM Racing,” said Chad Chastain. “I had a great experience working with Mario Gosselin and DGM Racing at Atlanta. I am excited to continue logging laps and gain more seat time alongside the competitive drivers in the Xfinity Series. Partnering with the Delaware Office of Highway Safety, our Use Your Melon program is sure to make a positive impact in the community.”

In Delaware, impaired driving crashes and arrests are increasing. Last year in 2022, there were 1,201 crashes, 104 serious injuries and 4,655 arrests involving impaired driving on Delaware roads. Statistics show that most fatal crashes occur on Friday night through Sunday morning with increases in the summer months and the month of December. Since 2018 40% of fatal crashes have involved impairment and males aged 20-44 are more likely than females to be driving drunk when involved in fatal crashes.

Nationally in 2020, there were 11,654 people killed in drunk-driving crashes. Drunk driving can have a range of consequences, including the possibility of causing a traumatic crash. These crashes could cause you, someone you love, or a total stranger to suffer serious injuries or even death. Remember that it is never okay to drink and drive. Even if you’ve had only one alcoholic beverage, designate a sober driver or plan to use public transportation or a ride service to get home safely.

The A-GAME 200 at Dover Motor Speedway on Saturday, April 29, 2023, will go green at 1:30 p.m. ET and be broadcast live on FS1, PRN and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio Ch. 90.

About DGM Racing

Driven by pure passion and love for everything racing, DGM Racing is a family-owned and operated business headquartered in Lake Wales, FL. Since 1990, Mario Gosselin and his wife, Michelle, have worked tirelessly to elevate DGM Racing and grow the organization each year. What started as a local hobby on the weekends in Hialeah, Florida, has grown into a powerhouse organization fielding four NASCAR Xfinity Series cars. Going into the 2023 season, the team has more than 179 Top-20 race finishes and five Top-20 finishes in driver standings between 2020-2022.

For additional information, news and the latest updates, connect with DGM Racing at, Facebook (DGM Racing), Twitter (@dgm_racing_), Instagram (@dgm_racing_), or TikTok (@DGMRacingFL).

About the Delaware Office of Highway Safety

The Office of Highway Safety is committed to improving safety on Delaware roadways through the administration of federal highway safety funds and the development and implementation of highway safety programs to promote safe behaviors by all roadway users to reduce and eliminate injuries and fatalities. FAQs can be found at



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