MB Motorsports returns to Homestead Miami Speedway
MB Motorsports returns to Homestead-Miami Speedway with Justin Jennings and championship crew chief Paul Andrews guiding the #63 Mittler Brothers Machine & Tool / LG Seeds / Roofix / Excel Bottling Chevy Silverado.
“The last time we ran at Homestead – Miami, Brad Keselowski was driving for us,” notes team owner Mike Mittler. “I think he’s done okay for himself since then.”
“2014 has been a great year for our team,” adds Mittler. “I can’t thank or give enough praise to everyone who allows us to race at this level. Without the talent and dedication of our people, whether in the office, the shop, crew, sponsors- everyone, we would not be here in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and I truly appreciate each and every one our people.”
Jennings will make his first start at the mile and a half track on Friday night. "This will be two weeks in a row of racing on tracks that I haven’t been to before. It’s always exciting experiencing something new, but you also have the added pressure of trying to learn the track as you’re racing the other drivers.”
MB Motorsports is capping the season in a big way says crew chief Paul Andrews. “We’re fortunate enough to be joined by our sponsors at Homestead – Miami. Folks from both LG Seeds and Roofix, Inc. are going to be with us for the race and it’s always good when your race partners are there with you at the track.”
MB Motorsports will be continuing their effort to raise money and awareness for Eagle Rock Camp, which supports military families dealing with both visible and invisible wounds.
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