MBM Motorsports is delighted to reveal that Buffalo Wild Wings and Coble Enterprises have joined up to bring Timmy Hill to Talladega Superspeedway for the NASCAR Xfinity Series Sparks 300 on Saturday, October 1st.
The #13 Chevrolet Camaro will feature the trademark yellow, black, and white colors of Buffalo Wild Wings, the premier sports bar brand in the United States, while promoting the ten B-Dubs locations of the Southern Wings franchise, situated around Birmingham and throughout central Alabama. The entire MBM organization is thrilled to bring a national staple of this caliber to our team.
“Buffalo Wild Wings is a perfect partner to be on our NASCAR racecar. They are a great place to go out to eat and cater to many different sporting events, making them a great pairing with our race team for Talladega,” said driver Timmy Hill.
On the hood, Coble Enterprises of Sarasota, FL will be prominently featured on the #13 entry for the first time since Timmy scored his NASCAR career-best finish, 2nd place, at Daytona International Speedway in August.
“To have the support of Sherri Coble is an overwhelming good feeling. Her support allows us to continue to build really nice superspeedway cars that are capable of winning. Maybe we can do one spot better than Daytona!” said Hill.
The Port Tobacco, Maryland native will pull double-duty at Talladega, racing his #56 Hill Motorsports truck early Saturday afternoon before buckling into his MBM rocket for 300 miles of Xfinity action at the largest oval in NASCAR. The 29-year-old has Top 15 finishes at Talladega in all three NASCAR national series.
Also returning in an associate sponsorship role for Talladega is long-time team partner James Carter, Attorney at Law (CrashClaimsR.US). Their decals will be carried on the lower quarterpanels of the #13 car.
The Xfinity Series will not sanction a practice session at Talladega. Single vehicle qualifying commences at 5:30 pm ET on Friday, September 30th. The Sparks 300 is scheduled for 4 pm ET on Saturday, October 1st. USA Network has the television coverage for both sessions. Streaming is available on the NBC Sports Live app.
— MBM Motorsports —