Brandon Brown surprised many in his rookie NASCAR Xfinity Series season last year, and he’ll be back again full time for family-operated Brandonbilt Motorsports in 2020 – though he’ll be sporting somewhat of a new number.
Brown will drive the No. 68 full time in the series in 2020, he confirms to Frontstretch.
Brown finished 15th in the championship standings in 2019, posting a best finish of sixth at Daytona International Speedway in July, with 22 top-20 finishes, primarily driving the team’s full-time No. 86.
"We have the ability and are hoping to run a two-car team full-time, but we’re struggling to find some drivers to take the seat," Brown tells Frontstretch. "It’s a harder climate of finding sponsors, which I know all too well.
"I’ll be fielding the [No.] 68 car full-time, leaving the [No.] 86 to the next driver, whoever wants to take over that primary car."
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