A busy Daytona Speedweeks awaits part-time NASCAR driver Justin Marks.
He will look to make his first Daytona 500 start in the No. 29 RAB Racing Toyota Camry, which is supported by American Born Moonshine.
He will also race the No. 35 Win-Tron Racing Toyota Tundra in the Camping World Truck Series season opener on Feb. 20 and another No. 29 RAB Toyota in the Xfinity Series season opener that takes place the next day.
On Twitter, Marks was enthusiastic over the opportunity:
RAB Racing has also tweeted photos of what Marks’ Daytona 500 and Xfinity cars will look like:
“We built RAB Racing around Justin in 2007 in the ARCA Racing Series,” team owner Robby Benton said in a statement. “He’s remained a good friend as he progressed through his racing career and I’m proud to have him back in our cars for Daytona.”
A former Rolex 24 at Daytona winner in the GT category, Marks made one career Cup start at Sonoma Raceway in 2013. He made two road course appearances last year in the Xfinity Series at Road America (24th) and Mid-Ohio (sixth). He also has 35 career Truck Series starts.
While Marks is not a regular NASCAR competitor, he is heavily invested in the sport. He co-owns a five-car team in the K&N Pro Series East with Cup owner Harry Scott Jr. (HScott Motorsports with Justin Marks), and a sprint car team with reigning Cup rookie of the year Kyle Larson (Larson Marks Racing).