Tuesday, Dec 05

MB Motorsports Returns For Jennings’ Daytona Debut; Continues Support Of Eagle Rock Camp

MB Motorsports, one of the original NASCAR Camping World Truck Series’ teams, is set to return to Daytona International Speedway with Justin Jennings behind the wheel of the #63 Mittler Brothers Machine and Tool Chevy Silverado.  Jennings will be looking to make his first series start at Daytona.

“I’ve been working my way up,” says the 21 year old Jennings.  “We started in Iowa, moved up to the mile and a half intermediate tracks and now we’re at Daytona.  It’s very cool, yet hard to believe at the same time.  I think everyone who’s ever wanted to race has dreamed of racing at Daytona and now I’m here with Mike Mittler and the MB Motorsports crew.”

“It’s been great watching Justin progress,” beams team owner Mike Mittler.  “This kid is so talented.  He can build race cars.  He can drive race cars.  And whether he’s working on the truck or racing it, he’s totally committed and focused.  No matter what he encounters, he stays calm, cool and collected.  He’s an impressive young man.”

MB Motorsports will once again be supporting Eagle Rock Camp, a faith-based, holistic sports camp that reconnects military families in a traditional camp environment that is therapeutic, builds a healthy spirit and strong family bonds.  “Chief Camper” Lynn Miller is excited about working with the team again.  “We appreciate MB Motorsports so much!  They helped raise awareness for our camp last season and to continue to do so is just wonderful.  Everyone involved with the team truly supports our military families.  2014 is shaping up to be an amazing year.  We will have announcements later on this summer about a second location. In 2013, we saw miracles happen daily, as families came together and reconnected.  It is our honor and privilege to work with our military families.  While at camp, they worked hard, played hard and their family lived were enhanced.”

Notes Mittler, “Lynn and Eagle Rock Camp do great work and we’re happy to do what we can to help those who sacrifice so the rest of us can enjoy our freedom and way of life.  For what the guests at the camp have been through, this is the least we can do to let them know we appreciate them and all that they do.”

MB Motorsports PR


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