Boston Is Looking For a Big Finish in the Lone Star State
Justin Boston hopes the saying "everything is bigger in Texas" applies to race results as well. He is ready to put the Dover race in the rear-view mirror and look ahead to bigger and better things at Texas Motor Speedway on Friday night at the WinStar World Casino and Resort 400.
The rookie contender has never raced at Texas, but feels confident after scoring top-10 finishes at two other 1.5-mile tracks in May, Kansas Speedway and Charlotte (N.C.) Motor Speedway. The ROK Mobile team is taking the same Tundra to Texas which Boston raced at both intermediate tracks last month. He earned a career-best seventh-place finish in the Camping World Truck Series at Kansas, followed by a ninth-place run at Charlotte.
KBM drivers have collected two wins, 213 laps led, four top-five and nine top-10 finishes resulting in an average finish of 14.0 across 17 starts at Texas. Owner-driver Kyle Busch collected both of the team's wins, including victories in 2010 and 2014. Boston's KBM teammates Erik Jones and Daniel Suarez both competed in the XFINITY Series race at Texas in April, with Jones claiming his first win in the series. Both drivers will be excellent resources for Boston to learn the nuances of the track, especially for a night race.
ROK Mobile will sponsor Boston's Toyota Tundra again this weekend at Texas. ROK Mobile, co-founded by entrepreneursJohn Paul DeJoria (Patron Tequila and Paul Mitchell) and JonathanKendrick (serial entrepreneur), is a prepaid, contract-free mobile and music service that offers unlimited talk, text, data and streaming music for a monthly cost of $49.99. There are no activation fees and no hiddencosts. With a music catalogue of over 20 million tracks, downloadable playlists, incredible personalization filters and curated playlists, ROK Music rivals all other streaming musicservices and is included free with a ROK Mobile account.
Latest from Steven B. Wilson
- McReynolds to drive KBR Chevrolet at Talladega
- Thad Moffitt Hopes to Continue Petty Legacy with Win at Talladega
- Bunny Run 190 At Kingsport Speedway Canceled Due To Rain
- Thrill Seekers: Prepare To Go Over The Edge For A Worthy Cause At The Last Great Colosseum
- Iconic Names of Gordon, Earnhardt Jr. Rule the 2000s at Talladega