“I was looking for an area a company where I could find a home and can be found in and help your company. RBR really fit where I wanted to be in my livelihood.
“I love succeeding in scenarios where you may be thought to be the underdog. Ricky has been doing some amazing things and helped a great deal of drivers at the vehicle series; I presume we are able to build on that this year. ”
Along with Daytona, the group now intends to run Truck races in Martinsville, Charlotte and Bristol. Long-time RBR crew leader Mike Hester returns to the pit box at 2019 to lead your team’s efforts.
“Austin has had lots of success in his career and came strongly suggested (from former team owner Ken Schrader),” said Benton. “He it has easily fit in with what we are successful and has spent a lot of time at the shop dealing to find the Daytona truck ready to race. I’m excited about dealing with the trail. ”
“The draft could be the great equalizer because we proceed against some of those bigger multi-truck teams,” said Theriault. “Together with the way in which the trucks rush now, I think a lot of the things that I learned in ARCA are definitely going to be invaluable; pair that using this team’s track record in Daytona and I presume we all have a great shot in a fantastic finish. ”
Benton has fielded a vehicle at the show 80 times with a small number of drivers most recently in 2018 with veteran Timothy Peters. The team has made six starts at Daytona using two topfive and four top-10 finishes. Clay Rogers along with Parker Kligerman each finished third for Benton at 2011 and 2016, respectively.