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MBM Motorsports, Timmy Hill will not compete in NASCAR All Star Open


MBM Motorsports will be withdrawing from the 2020 All Star Open event at Bristol Motor Speedway this Wednesday night. "With recent crashes at Pocono and Kentucky, we have too much work for our shop guys to go and gamble on wrecking a car that we will need at New Hamphshire," stated team owner Carl Long. "We are all disappointed, but it is strictly a business decision that we had to make."

"I would like to thank all of the fans who have voted for us and put us in the top 10 in fan votes," stated Timmy Hill, driver of the MBM Motorsports NASCAR Cup Series #66. "Of course I am disappointed, but I know that this is the right decision to keep us on track for the balance of the 2020 schedule."

MBM Motorsports, and driver Timmy Hill, will race next in the NASCAR Cup Series O’Reilly Auto Parts 500 event on Sunday, July 19th , at Texas Motor Speedway.

For more on Timmy Hill, please visit his Facebook page. Hill is also active on Twitter. You can follow and Tweet with him @TimmyHillRacer or Instagram @TimmyHillRacer.

For more on MBM Motorsports, please visit their Facebook page. MBM Motorsports is also active on Twitter. You can follow and Tweet with them @mbmmotorsports or Instagram @mbmmotorsports. You can also find out more about MBM Motorsports on their website at mbmmotorsports.com .

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