DENVER, N.C. – Bad Boy Mowers will sponsor On Point Motorsports and driver Brennan Poole in the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series opener at Daytona Int’l Speedway Feb. 15.
“It is cool to have Bad Boy Mowers join our organization for the big season opening event in Daytona,” said Steven Lane, manager of On Point Motorsports. “We have put a tremendous amount of work into the development of this team and the addition of a sponsor like Bad Boy Mowers shows that people have recognized that. We look forward to a solid week in Daytona and starting the season off with a strong showing in our No. 30 Bad Boy Mowers Toyota Tundra.”
On Point Motorsports announced last month the addition of Poole to the organization to drive the No. 30 Toyota with its sights set on a run at the Truck Series playoffs.
“It has been awhile since I have had this much excitement for the beginning of the season,” said Poole. “The amount of work that has been put into this program has been amazing to see and that has created a solid foundation for us. I really feel that we have an great opportunity in front of us to surprise a lot of people. I have had solid success in the past at Daytona, including a Pole Award in an Xfinity car, and I look forward to wheeling this No. 30 Bad Boy Mowers Toyota Tundra on Friday night. It is also exciting to have Brown Pelican Wi Fi on board with us in Daytona and we look forward to what the future may present between us.”
Poole has five starts at Daytona Int’l Speedway in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, highlighted by a pole in the July 2017 event and a seventh-place finish. Poole also has one start at the track in the ARCA Menards Series, which also resulted in a seventh-place finish.
“We are very excited to be back in the NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series as primary partner with Brennan Poole and the No. 30 Toyota of On Point Motorsports,” stated Bill Hurst of Bad Boy Mowers. “Superspeedway racing is as intense as it gets and the famous Daytona Int’l Speedway provides some of the best racing in our country. We know Brennan and the team have been working extremely hard preparing for the upcoming weekend and wish them nothing but success. Good Luck No. 30 Bad Boy Mowers Toyota and go get ’em.”