Timmy Hill will drive MBM Motorsports’ Daytona 500 entry with backing from Bumper.com, MBM announced Jan. 11.
It’s the first race the No. 66, which competed part time in the NASCAR Cup Series in 2021, has been confirmed for in 2022.
“I am excited to represent a great company, Bumper.com, at the Daytona 500,” Hill said in a team release. “Everyone at MBM Motorsports has been working hard this offseason and we are excited to get to Daytona [International Speedway] to show off all the hard work we have put in this offseason.”
“The energy that Bumper.com has brought to MBM Motorsports over the last few weeks has been tremendous,” team owner Carl Long added. “We are excited to introduce them to fans that are passionate about cars and empowering them to use their services to obtain fair pricing and accurate data as they search for the car of their dreams new or old.”
Hill failed to qualify for the Daytona 500 in 2021 for MBM. He started 13 Cup races for the team throughout the year, with a best finish of 27th twice.
In 2020, Hill started the Daytona 500 in the No. 66, finishing 27th.
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