BK Racing announced Sunday that it will have a new sponsor, Stalk It, for a fourth entry in the Feb. 21 Daytona 500.
Per a media release, “Stalk It is an innovative eco-driven longboard company that uses CornBoard in the construction of its custom, hand-crafted longboards.”
The company will sponsor driver Robert Richardson Jr., with veteran NASCAR crew chief Mike Ford plotting the strategy on the pit box. Richardson will attempt to qualify for the race alongside BK Racing drivers Matt DiBenedetto, David Ragan and Michael Waltrip (in a one-off attempt).
“I feel very blessed with the opportunity to be back in the driver’s seat for Daytona,” Richardson said in a statement. “I can’t thank (Stalk It founder Lane Segerstrom) and Stalk It enough for coming on board.
“I’m looking forward to working with Mike (Ford) and the entire BK organization.”