By Aaron Waldron
Cole Ogden announced his resignation from Mugen Seiki Racing with a Facebook post earlier this morning, and rumors suggest he may already have his next deal lined up.
Around 8:30 AM CT, Ogden posted this to his personal Facebook page:
"As of today, all great things must come to an end. With having such great success with mugen cars over the past couple of years, I can't say anything but great things about their cars, and it was awesome to be apart of their racing program. Although the last 2 years have flown by like it's nothing, I have mutually parted ways with Mugen Seki Racing.
With that being said, I would like to thank everyone at Mugen for their support over the last 2 years. I've definitely had great times racing alongside some of the industries absolute best guys like Adam Drake, Ryan Maifield and Robert Battle! Such a humbling experience that I thoroughly enjoyed, and I would like to thank Kris Moore, Adam Drake and Tim Long for having me along for the ride over these last couple years! I wish them the best for the future and on to the next chapter 😎😎"
As previously reported by Neobuggy, there has been chatter within the industry that Ogden could move to reigning world champion team HB Racing - a possibility reinforced by the departure of former world champ Cody King last week. More information will be shared as it becomes available.