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Danny Bohn will make his return to On Point Motorsports on Friday, Aug. 21 at Dover International Speedway and will run the rest of the 2020 NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series schedule in the No. 30 entry, the team announced Monday (Aug. 10).
Bohn previously drove the No. 30 for three races in 2019, finishing eighth in his Truck Series debut at Martinsville Speedway. North American Motor Car and Sierra Delta are set to be the primary sponsors for Bohn in 2020.
We are please to announce and welcome back @DBohn659 to our team alongside @SierraDeltaDogs and #NorthAmericanMotorCar as sponsors. Danny will finish out the rest of season in our #30 Toyota Tundra @NASCAR_Trucks. Let's all welcome him with big arms pic.twitter.com/YeSW5KkiMC
— On Point Motorsports (@OnPMotorsports) August 10, 2020
“I’m excited to get back on the track in the No. 30 Toyota Tundra truck for On Point Motorsports,” Bohn said in the team statement. “Sierra Delta sponsored for the last two races in 2019, to to have them return alongside North American Motor Car for this season gives me the opportunity to gain further experience in the Truck Series.”
Bohn, 32, has recorded more than 50 Whelen Southern Modified Tour starts, with four wins to his name and 42 top-10 finishes overall. Finishing second in points in 2012, Bohn also received the Rookie of the Year title and was named Most Popular Driver.
Scott Lagasse Jr. is scheduled to drive the No. 30 for On Point this weekend at the Daytona International Speedway road course, and Bohn will take over the next week at Dover.
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