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Mosley was officially announced as the organization’s new president of business operations on Feb. 1. He was named as part of a new executive team which included John Lewensten as senior vice president for partnership services and Joey Cohen as the team’s vice president of racing operations.
It remains unclear why Mosley left the organization less than two months since his official start and a spokesperson for LMC said Monday it could not provide a comment regarding his departure at this time.
Before joining LMC, Mosley, 54, served as president of Violet Defense following an eight-year tenure as the chief revenue officer at Roush Fenway Racing (now RFK Racing) leading sales and partnership development efforts.
He previously worked in executive capacities with International Speedway Corp., the former NASCAR team owned by Chip Ganassi, The Kroger Company’s strategic agency and had a role with The Marketing Arm on programs with NASCAR partnerships that included Walmart, Sunoco and Office Depot.
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In recent months, the rebranded Legacy Motor Club (formerly Petty GMS Racing) has undergone several changes, including the personnel moves, as part of the direct involvement from new team co-owner Jimmie Johnson.
Johnson, 48, made a shocking announcement last November that he had entered an ownership agreement at the former Petty GMS with owner Maury Gallagher and Chairman Richard Petty.
LMC currently fields two fulltime entries in the Cup Series with Erik Jones and Noah Gragson driving the Nos. 43 and 42 Chevrolets, respectively. Johnson competes in a part-time schedule in the No. 84 Chevy.