Justin Marks will have an opportunity next week to make his Daytona 500 debut at the Daytona International Speedway. Marks will also drive the No. 29 for RAB Racing in the Alert Today Florida 300, a day prior to “The Great American Race.”
If he makes the Daytona 500 by finishing position in the Budweiser Duel 150 on Thursday, he will make his second career start in the series. His last start came back at the Sonoma Raceway in 2013, finishing 30th in a car prepared by Tommy Baldwin Racing.
Marks will have sponsorship funding from American Born Moonshine for both races. Additional Sprint Cup and XFINITY Series races for Marks have yet to be announced.
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