Wallace will step in to Austin Wayne Self, who has been competing with the team since Daytona and it is currently 12th at the series standings.
“In a bid to progress the performance element of the app, we’ll be putting another Chevrolet motorist at the seat of the No. 2-2 Chevrolet Silverado for Martinsville this weekend. We are very happy to announce Darrell Wallace Jr. while the catalyst,” a statement from AM meeting said.
“He has been selected with very specific objectives regarding app advancement and feedback. His album at the track speaks for itself. ”
Two of Wallace’s six livelihood Truck Series wins have arrived at Martinsville, most recently in 2014. He also earned his first NASCAR national series victory in 2013 fall race at the street whilst driving for Kyle Busch Motorsports.
During the first Truck triumph, Wallace became the 2nd African driver to win a NASCAR national series race.