Landon Huffman will look to make his third overall NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) start this weekend. Huffman’s previous two starts came in 2017 at Bristol Motor Speedway and Martinsville Speedway.
In this race last season, Huffman qualified 24th and finished 17th.
The No. 38 Chevrolet will carry the Plan B Sales colors at Martinsville Speedway.
Huffman’s Chevrolet will also carry the Pit Stops for Hope logo. Pit Stops for Hope is a collaboration of the racing community, united together for the betterment of America’s youth. Pit Stops for Hope invests in youth by primarily assisting food banks and academic instructors. Learn more about the mission of Pit Stops for Hope here.
The No. 38 will also receive sponsorship support from Niece Equipment, Maestro’s Classic, J.W. Speaker, Death Wish Coffee, Rokform, BN3TH, and Washington Park Barber and Shave.
Huffman, a third-generation driver, began his racing career in go-karts at the age of four, competing at tracks across the southeast. Huffman follows in the footsteps of his father, Robert Huffman, a former five-time NASCAR Goody’s Dash Series champion.
Huffman has accumulated 20 wins across multiple tracks, along with the 2015 Hickory Motor Speedway Paramount Kia Challenge Championship.
Additionally, Huffman is currently a student at UNC Charlotte, majoring in Marketing.
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