MB Motorsports and Justin Jennings back to where it started

It was one year ago that Justin Jennings made his NASCAR Camping World Truck Series debut at Iowa Speedway with MB Motorsports.  Jennings and the MB Motorsports crew are right back where they started in Saturday’s American Ethanol 200, as Jennings will once again be behind the wheel of the #63 LG SEEDS Ford F-Series for owner Mike Mittler.

Jennings, a native of LaGrange, MO, has put together a string of consistent finishes since making his first series start last July at Iowa Speedway, “America’s Place To Race”. “Justin’s done a great job since we ran that first race at Iowa together.  I’ve watched him improve with each race, not just in his driving ability, but in the feedback he gives during the race and the work he does preparing the trucks in our shop,” says Mittler.

“We’re going to have a lot of people from LG SEEDS with us on Saturday,” notes Jennings.  “When you’re racing in Iowa and you’ve got the third largest corn seed company in the USA on your truck, you’d better run well,” he smiles.

MIKE MITTLER’S THOUGHTS ON IOWA SPEEDWAY:
“Our team loves going to Iowa Speedway, it’s such a great facility.  It’s been a year since we debuted Justin there and since then, our communication, the way we understand each other has improved dramatically.  We’ve gotten to where we can adjust the truck pretty well based on his feedback and once the sun starts going down on Saturday, we will definitely be adjusting the truck.  As Justin said, we’ve got a bunch of folks from LG SEEDS joining us at the track and all of us at MB Motorsports want to make them proud.”

JUSTIN JENNING’S THOUGHTS ON IOWA SPEEDWAY:
“I’ve now run four races at Iowa Speedway, one in ARCA, one in Nationwide and two in the Camping World Truck Series.  As with any track, the more experience you have on it, the better you’re going to be.  Hopefully that will allow us to improve on last years’ finishes.  As always, I just want to give LG Seeds a good showing, gain some experience, earn the respect of the others drivers and bring the truck home in one piece.  If we can do that, I- and Mike- will be very happy.”

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