MBM driver Timmy Hill to run Trump 2020 colors at Talladega

MBM driver Timmy Hill to run Trump 2020 colors at Talladega

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Following a frantic first presidential debate on Tuesday evening, NASCAR fans at the Talladega Superspeedway will get the chance to see a familiar red, white, and blue paint job on a brand new entry. 

MBM Motorsports will be partnering with Go Fas Racing this weekend at Talladega and will switch from Toyota’s and enter a Ford Mustang for their NASCAR Cup Series NO.#66.

“There are 75 million NASCAR fans out there and when we first started this partnership, I was surprised that about 15 million of those fans are not registered voters,” said Archie St. Hilaire, owner of Go Fas Racing. “We want every American citizen to know that their vote can and will make a difference just one month from now. I’m very happy that Timmy, Carl, and everyone at MBM Motorsports realizes how important this election is for everyone and we hope that we can assist President Trump with his reelection campaign.”

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“It is an honor to represent the 2020 effort to reelect President Trump,” said MBM Motorsports owner Carl Long. “This marketing partnership is a group effort between Go Fas, MBM, and NXT with Mike Contarino. The last time we partnered with NXT, it appeared we were headed to a top 10 finish in the Daytona 500. We are expecting to have the same performance this weekend at Talladega. We would like to thank RoofClaim.com for working with us by using this paint scheme and the primary sponsorship locations on the car in this effort to help reelect President Trump. RoofClaim.com will be on the car as a major associate sponsor. Under the Trump Administration, we were enjoying the most growth since MBM was created because of a strong economy. We are still surviving but hoping we can get back to where we were before the COVID pandemic.”

Timmy Hill has competed in nearly every NASCAR Cup Series race this season, earning a best finish of 19th at Bristol earlier this spring.


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