Milka Duno To Become First Hispanic Female Driver in History
To Compete in a NASCAR National Series in the United States:

Duno signs limited NASCAR Nationwide Series schedule with RAB Racing

Los Angeles, Calif.(August 4, 2014) – RAB Racing has signed multiple race-winning driver Milka Duno to compete in select races in the 2014 NASCAR Nationwide Series. With the entry, Duno will become the first Hispanic female driver in history to compete in a NASCAR national series in the United States. Continue reading “Milka Duno To Become First Hispanic Female Driver in History To Compete in NASCAR”

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CORNELIUS, N.C. – Michael Waltrip Racing and RAB Racing announced today they have formed an alliance to field entries in the NASCAR Nationwide Series in 2012.

As part of the agreement, RAB Racing will acquire additional cars and receive technical and marketing support from MWR. Also, RAB Racing will change its current No. 09 number to the No. 99 starting at Richmond on April 27.

RAB Racing will field the No. 99 Boost Mobile/KMC Wheels Toyota Camry for 11-time, X-Games gold medalist and action sports star Travis Pastrana in seven 2012 NASCAR Nationwide races. RAB Racing will also field Nationwide Series entries for MWR in additional races.

“We love the Nationwide Series because it is what started Michael Waltrip Racing behind my house years ago,” said MWR co-owner Michael Waltrip. “As our organization has grown into three full time Sprint Cup teams, it has taken a lot of our focus and resources. We have been so impressed with what the Bentons and Brack Maggard have been able to do with RAB Racing that we believe this is the perfect relationship for both organizations. We can help RAB Racing in certain areas and they can continue to elevate themselves into one of the top Nationwide Series teams.”

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Ryan Truex to Drive the No. 09 Grime Boss Toyota for RAB Racing at Texas

CONCORD, N.C. (April 10, 2012) – RAB Racing with Brack Maggard and two-time NASCAR K&N Pro Series East champion Ryan Truex will team up for this weekend’s NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Texas Motor Speedway.

Grime Boss, a division of Nice-Pak Products, Inc., will sponsor Truex as he pilots the No. 09 Grime Boss Toyota Camry in his first start at the 1.5-mile oval. The 20-year-old driver has compiled one top-five and six top-10 finishes in 26 NASCAR Nationwide Series starts.

“I can’t thank Grime Boss enough for supporting the development of my career,” said Truex. “We’re working hard to gain as much experience by running as many tracks as possible this year with the hopes of running a full Nationwide Series schedule in 2013. I appreciate RAB Racing for giving me the opportunity to get behind the wheel of their No. 09 Toyota. They’ve had strong cars every week, and I can’t wait to get to Texas.”

“Nice-Pak is solidly behind Ryan Truex and his Nationwide Series efforts,” said Tom Hernquist, President of Nice-Pak Products, Inc. “Our experience working with Ryan has been phenomenal. He’s been a great ambassador for our Grime Boss brand.”

Kenny Wallace, who drove the No. 09 Toyota Camry in the first five races of the 2012 season, will return to the team at Talladega Superspeedway next month.

CONCORD, N.C. (February 10, 2012) – RAB Racing with Brack Maggard announced today that as a result of his recent DUI arrest, John Wes Townley will be replaced as driver of their No. 09 Toyota Tundra until his return is deemed appropriate.

“Obviously, this is an unfortunate situation,” said Robby Benton, owner of RAB Racing with Brack Maggard. “However, we have to react to the severity of the incident accordingly. His actions do not reflect those of RAB Racing, nor the sponsors associated with the team.

“John Wes has accepted full responsibility, and will take the necessary personal steps in order to correct his actions, among other internal sanctions,” Benton continued. “We stand by John Wes, and will welcome him back to the team at the appropriate time.”