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MBM Motorsports

MBM Motorsports
MBM Motorsports logo.png
Owner(s)Carl Long
BaseStatesville, North Carolina
SeriesNASCAR Cup Series
NASCAR Xfinity Series
Race driversCup Series:
55. J. J. Yeley (part-time)
66. Timmy Hill, Boris Said (part-time)
Xfinity Series:
13. Stan Mullis, Chad Finchum, Natalie Decker, Timmy Hill, Matt Jaskol, J. J. Yeley, Will Rodgers, Akinori Ogata, Takuma Koga (part-time)
66. J. J. Yeley, Natalie Decker, Timmy Hill.
SponsorsCup Series
55. HEX.com
66. Bumper.com
Xfinity Series:
13. Sharelife Vacations, UNITS Moving and Portable Storage, Nerd Focus, Coble Enterprises, CrashClaimR.us, Prime Hydration, AutoParts4Less, Kelly Benefits, BlabaBooth
66. Remote Health Solutions, HEX.com, Workpro, Coble Enterprises, CW & Sons Infrastructure, Minutemen Coffee, AAW Luxury Cars, Wild Willies, Nudie's Honky Tonk
ManufacturerToyota
Ford
Chevrolet
Opened2014
Career
DebutCup Series:
2017 Go Bowling 400 (Kansas)
Xfinity Series:
2014 Drive to Stop Diabetes 300 (Bristol)
ARCA Racing Series:
2017 Lucas Oil 200 (ARCA) (Daytona)
Latest raceCup Series:
2022 GEICO 500 (Talladega)
Xfinity Series:
2022 Andy's Frozen Custard 300 (Texas)
ARCA Racing Series:
2017 General Tire 200 (Talladega)
Races competedTotal: 376
Cup Series: 106
Xfinity Series: 266
ARCA Racing Series: 4
Drivers' ChampionshipsTotal: 0
Cup Series: 0
Xfinity Series: 0
ARCA Racing Series: 0
Race victoriesTotal: 0
Cup Series: 0
Xfinity Series: 0
ARCA Racing Series: 0
Pole positionsTotal: 0
Cup Series: 0
Xfinity Series: 0
ARCA Racing Series: 0

Motorsports Business Management LLC, operating as MBM Motorsports (and sometimes known as Carl Long Motorsports), is an American professional stock car racing team that currently competes in the NASCAR Cup Series and the NASCAR Xfinity Series. MBM was co-owned and operated by Long and driver Derek White until early 2016, with full operation of the team being taken by Long and his family after White was arrested on smuggling charges.

In the Cup Series the team fields the No. 55 part-time for J. J. Yeley and the No. 66 part-time for Timmy Hill and Boris Said. In the Xfinity Series the team fields the No. 13 part-time for various drivers and the No. 66 full-time for J. J. Yeley and Natalie Decker.

History

Before the 2014 Drive to Stop Diabetes 300 at Bristol Motor Speedway, Derek White and Carl Long created Motorsports Business Management.[1] In 2016, White was arrested on tobacco smuggling charges,[2] leading to his indefinite suspension by NASCAR.[3] Ownership of the team was transferred to the Long family; officially, the team owner is listed as Long's father, Horace.[4]

Until the end of the 2018 season, MBM Motorsports ran Dodge cars on a limited basis in addition to the other manufacturers, using engines leased from Team Penske from when Penske ran Dodges.[5] The team switched to Toyotas starting in 2019,[6] and team owner Carl Long appealed to the manufacturer for support.[7]

In November 2021, Long and eight members of his team, including driver David Starr, tested positive for COVID-19 following the 2021 season finale at Phoenix Raceway.[8] That led to Starr reuniting with his former Truck Series team SS-Green Light Racing in the Xfinity Series.

Cup Series

Car No. 13 history

When No. 13 became available following Germain Racing's shutdown, MBM renumbered the car again in 2021.[9] Garrett Smithley attempted the 2021 Daytona 500, but was involved in an accident with Noah Gragson, leading them both to miss the race. The 13 returned at the NASCAR Open at Texas Motor Speedway with David Starr behind the wheel. Starr returned at Nashville and finished 35th. Timmy Hill scored the team's best finish of 27th at Texas.

Car No. 13 results

Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 Owners Pts
2021 Garrett Smithley 13 Ford DAY
DNQ
DAY HOM LVS PHO ATL BRI MAR RCH TAL KAN DAR DOV COA CLT SON 42nd 20
David Starr Toyota NSH
35
POC POC ROA ATL NHA GLN IND MCH DAY DAR RCH BRI LVS TAL CLT KAN
34
MAR PHO
33
Timmy Hill TEX
27

Car No. 46 history

During the 2018-19 offseason, MBM Motorsports hinted at running a second Cup car at some point in the 2019 season along with the usual No. 66. In late April, the team announced their intention to enter a second car in the Digital Ally 400 at Kansas, leading to Joey Gase driving the No. 46 Camry in the race.[10]

Car No. 46 results

Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 Owners Pts
2019 Joey Gase 46 Toyota DAY ATL LVS PHO CAL MAR TEX BRI RCH TAL DOV KAN
38
CLT POC MCH SON CHI DAY KEN NHA POC GLN MCH BRI DAR IND LVS RCH CLT DOV TAL KAN MAR TEX PHO HOM 45th 1

Car No. 49 history

In 2020, this car was renumbered from No. 46 to No. 49. Chad Finchum failed to qualify for the 2020 Daytona 500 after finishing 20th in Duel 1 of the 2020 Bluegreen Vacations Duels.[11][12][13] Finchum also drove the No. 49 in the 2020 South Point 400, Hollywood Casino 400 and the 2020 Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 500 with a best finish of 35th.

Car No. 49 results

Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 Owners Pts
2020 Chad Finchum 49 Toyota DAY
DNQ
LVS CAL PHO DAR DAR CLT CLT BRI ATL MAR HOM TAL POC POC IND KEN TEX KAN NHA MCH MCH DAY DOV DOV DAY DAR RCH BRI LVS
39
TAL CLT KAN
39
TEX
35
MAR PHO 44th 4

Car No. 55 history

In 2022, J. J. Yeley attempted to race the Daytona 500 in the No. 55 with sponsor Hex.com, but failed to qualify.[14]

Car No. 55 results

Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 Owners Pts
2022 J. J. Yeley 55 Ford DAY
DNQ
CAL LVS PHO ATL COA RCH MAR BRI TAL
25
DOV DAR KAN CLT GTW SON NSH ROA ATL NHA POC IND MCH RCH GLN DAY DAR KAN BRI TEX TAL CLT LVS HOM MAR PHO -* -*

Car No. 66 history

Timmy Hill in the No. 66 in 2017

In the offseason, MBM Motorsports bought an HScott Motorsports car. In May 2017, Long announced his intention to field a Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series car, the No. 66 Chevrolet SS, at Kansas Speedway's Go Bowling 400.[15] The number was selected as a tribute to Mark Thompson, while the paint scheme was nearly identical to the No. 46 car Long drove in the Cup Series before his ban from the Cup garage in 2009; the green and yellow colors remained, though the red roof number was changed to yellow.[4] Although the team received sponsorship from marijuana vaping manufacturer Veedverks,[16] NASCAR prevented the company from appearing on the car after Long mistakenly put the company name wrong in his sponsor submission to NASCAR, spelling it with an "o" instead of a "d"; upon further investigation by NASCAR, the sanctioning body ordered Long to remove the sponsorship. Long missed the first practice session before running 14 laps in the second session, followed by being unable to set a qualifying lap as he was one of 11 cars stuck in inspection during the session. This relegated Long to a 40th-place starting spot, from which he finished 31st.[17]

The No. 66 returned for the AAA 400 Drive for Autism at Dover, though with Timmy Hill at the helm. Hill improved the team's best finish by three positions as he finished 28th.[18] After that race, the team announced that they wouldn't enter in the next races to keep the focus on the Xfinity team. The team returned at Kentucky with Hill; two weeks later, Hill would return in the No. 66 for the Brantley Gilbert Big Machine Brickyard 400. After avoiding several crashes by restarting at the very back, he finished 14th - the best finish so far for the team.

The team purchased a Richard Petty Motorsports car for Mark Thompson to drive the Daytona 500. Thompson would finish 22nd in the race, his best career cup series finish. The No. 66 car didn't return until the Bristol race in April, with Chad Finchum making his Cup debut.[19] He started 38th and would end up 33rd after crashing out late in the race. The team returned with Hill starting at Kansas, running a handful of races throughout the season.

In 2019, it was announced that Joey Gase would be driving the No. 66 car in the Cup Series part-time, with engines that they acquired from the buyout of Triad Racing Technologies.[20] Gase attempted to make the starting grid for the 2019 Daytona 500, but ultimately failed to qualify.[21]

Timmy Hill made the starting lineup of the 2020 Daytona 500 after finishing 16th in Duel 2 of the 2020 Bluegreen Vacations Duels.[22] That same year, Hill posted two top-20 finishes, one at Bristol and another at Talladega.

In 2021, Hill returned full-time. However, after Hill was not invited to the eNASCAR iRacing Pro Invitational Series race at the Bristol Motor Speedway dirt track, the 66 team was not able to run the full season due to a lack of sponsorship. Although Hill got into the race, he was driving a Team Penske car, not an MBM car. Mike Marlar made his series debut at the Bristol dirt track, and Chad Finchum will drive the Ally 400. Stephen Leicht and Matt Jaskol could see seat time. Hill returned at the NASCAR Open at Texas Motor Speedway, with a chance of him being voted into the NASCAR All-Star Race. Hill returned for the first points-paying race since Atlanta in the 2021 Pocono Raceway doubleheader, finishing 35th and 37th.

In 2022, Hill attempted to race the Daytona 500 with sponsor Bumper.com but failed to qualify.[14]

Car No. 66 results

Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 Owners Pts
2017 Carl Long 66 Chevy DAY ATL LVS PHO CAL MAR TEX BRI RCH TAL KAN
31
CLT DAR
33
RCH MAR
36
42nd 66
Timmy Hill DOV
28
POC MCH SON DAY KEN
31
NHA IND
14
POC GLN MCH BRI
DNQ
CHI
39
NHA DOV
40
CLT
33
TAL KAN
David Starr TEX
38
HOM
36
Toyota PHO
28
2018 Mark Thompson Ford DAY
22
ATL LVS PHO CAL MAR TEX 41st 44
Chad Finchum Toyota BRI
33
RCH TAL DOV
Timmy Hill KAN
32
CLT
32
POC MCH
35
SON CHI
39
DAY KEN
34
NHA POC
36
GLN BRI
28
DAR
37
IND
35
LVS
33
RCH
39
CLT
38
DOV
39
TAL KAN
40
MAR
38
TEX
DNQ
PHO
39
HOM
37
Chevy MCH
37
2019 Joey Gase Toyota DAY
DNQ
ATL LVS
38
PHO CAL
35
MAR RCH
33
TAL DOV CLT
32
POC MCH SON CHI DAY KEN NHA POC GLN MCH BRI DAR
34
IND LVS
38
RCH TAL
36
KAN
38
MAR PHO
38
42nd 35
Timmy Hill TEX
38
BRI
35
KAN
39
CLT
30
DOV TEX
37
HOM
33
2020 Ford DAY
27
TAL
15
37th 164
Toyota LVS
38
CAL
37
PHO
38
DAR
33
DAR
33
CLT
34
CLT
33
BRI
19
ATL
39
MAR
39
HOM
34
TAL
33
POC
35
POC
29
IND
29
KEN
37
TEX
36
KAN
38
NHA
33
MCH
33
MCH
35
DAY
29
DOV
34
DOV
36
DAY
24
DAR
35
RCH
38
BRI
37
LVS
37
CLT
38
KAN
34
TEX
30
MAR
29
PHO
36
2021 Ford DAY
DNQ
TAL
29
KAN DAR DOV COA 41st 85
Toyota DAY
29
HOM
38
LVS
36
PHO
38
ATL
36
POC
35
POC
37
ROA ATL NHA GLN IND
27
MCH CLT
32
MAR
37
PHO
38
Mike Marlar BRI
31
MAR RCH
David Starr CLT
36
SON BRI
32
Chad Finchum NSH
33
KAN
40
David Starr Ford DAY
27
DAR RCH TEX
23
J. J. Yeley Toyota LVS
38
James Davison Ford TAL
34
2022 Timmy Hill DAY
DNQ
CAL LVS PHO ATL -* -*
Boris Said COA
26
RCH MAR BRI TAL DOV DAR KAN CLT GTW SON NSH ROA ATL NHA POC IND MCH RCH GLN DAY DAR KAN BRI TEX TAL CLT LVS HOM MAR PHO

Xfinity Series

Car No. 13 history

Timmy Hill driving the No. 13 car in 2018

In the team's debut, Long and White fielded the No. 13 car for Matt Carter;[23] Carter finished 37th after retiring from the race for brake problems.[24] Later in the year, MBM fielded rides in six races for White, Long and Mike Wallace, failing to qualify for four and not finishing any races.[25][26][27]

In 2015, the car was run with various drivers, some drivers used their old 2012 Toyota Camrys, due to the costs of updating their cars. Brad Teague made his final NASCAR start at the Food City 300, finishing 26th, although he used his old 2012 Toyota Camry.[28] The team was noted for being the final in the Nationwide Series to use that body style.

The team returned in 2016, once again running with various drivers. Mark Thompson returned to the No. 13 at the Subway Firecracker 250, leading his first Xfinity Series lap during the race.[29] It was announced on MBM's Facebook page in August that Timmy Hill had signed to drive with the team for the remainder of the 2016 season.

With the No. 66 taking over as the team's second full-time entry, the part-time entry was renumbered as No. 13. Team owner Carl Long drove some races in the car in 2018.

In 2019, Max Tullman, Joe Nemechek and Tommy Joe Martins joined the team. The team's best finish was at Daytona with Tullman finishing 28th and the same finish with Long at Dover.

In 2020, Chad Finchum drove most of the schedule in the 13. The team was more consistent, with their best finish being an 11th place finish at Talladega.

In 2021, David Starr was announced to run almost the full schedule in the 13, but moved over to the 61 after Las Vegas. Loris Hezemans and Matt Jaskol both made their series debut that year. Starr was scheduled to return to the 13 at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, but replaced Stephen Leicht in the 61 since he failed to qualify in the 13 as there was no qualifying and Starr failed to qualify the last week at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

In 2022, the No. 13 was reduced to a partial schedule with multiple drivers such as Stan Mullis, Chad Finchum, Natalie Decker, Timmy Hill, Matt Jaskol, J. J. Yeley, Will Rodgers, Akinori Ogata, Takuma Koga, John Jackson, and team owner Carl Long. Following Talladega MBM bought the owner points of RSS Racing's No. 28 and after 2 DNQs, Finchum finally managed to qualify the No. 13 for Dover. Matt Jaskol gave the No. 13's best finish so far, at 18th. At Daytona August race, Hill gave his team a best finish of second-place finish, beaten by another underdog race winner Jeremy Clements.

Car No. 13 results

NASCAR Xfinity Series results
Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 Owners Pts
2014 Carl Long 13 Toyota DAY
DNQ
DOV
34
MCH
34
ROA KEN DAY NHA
Wth
CHI IND IOW GLN MOH 53rd 45
Dodge BRI
DNQ
ATL RCH CHI
DNQ
KEN
DNQ
DOV
32
KAN CLT TEX PHO HOM
Matt Carter Toyota PHO LVS BRI
37
CAL DAR
36
Mike Wallace TEX
37
Derek White RCH
34
TAL IOW CLT
2015 Chris Cockrum Chevy DAY
21
34th 410
Cody Ware Dodge ATL
31
Derek White Toyota LVS
28
CAL
33
KEN
36
Dodge NHA
27
HOM
35
Chevy TEX
31
Carl Long Dodge PHO
32
CLT
36
Toyota KEN
26
Timmy Hill Dodge TEX
35
DOV
31
Toyota BRI
34
RCH
38
Mark Thompson Dodge TAL
27
DAY
DNQ
John Jackson IOW
31
Chevy IOW
36
Josh Reaume MCH
29
CHI
30
Toyota CHI
33
RCH
28
Dodge DOV
34
B. J. McLeod IND
32
Chevy DAR
31
Kevin O'Connell Dodge GLN
33
Tim Cowen Ford MOH
30
ROA
25
Brad Teague Toyota BRI
26
Harrison Rhodes Dodge CLT
34
KAN
27
Rubén Pardo Toyota PHO
38
2016 Mark Thompson Toyota DAY
DNQ
DAY
31
35th 295
Josh Reaume Dodge ATL
34
Derek White LVS
36
D. J. Kennington PHO
36
Carl Long CAL
DNQ
Toyota CLT
30
Chevy DAR
32
Matt DiBenedetto Toyota TEX
32
Timmy Hill Dodge BRI
32
RCH
31
DOV
26
NHA
22
Toyota CHI
25
KEN
34
John Jackson TAL
32
Chevy IOW
40
T. J. Bell Dodge POC
32
Harrison Rhodes MCH
26
Chevy IOW
26
KEN
38
BRI
38
Toyota IND
34
Stanton Barrett Dodge GLN
19
Tim Cowen Ford MOH
37
Alon Day Dodge ROA
30
Brandon Hightower RCH
35
DOV
25
CLT
34
KAN
39
TEX
35
PHO
26
HOM
30
2017 Mark Thompson Toyota DAY
DNQ
TAL
28
DAY
29
43rd 84
Carl Long ATL
DNQ
PHO
38
TEX
39
IOW
38
PHO
36
Dodge BRI
27
RCH
34
POC
39
DAR
38
Chevy NHA
36
Brandon Hightower LVS
38
Timmy Hill CAL
30
DOV
33
Toyota CLT
38
DOV
39
MCH
39
KEN
38
IND
36
Dodge GLN
37
BRI
36
RCH
38
CHI
36
KEN
36
CLT
35
KAN
36
HOM
37
Bobby Dale Earnhardt Chevy IOW
DNQ
Enrique Baca Dodge MOH
18
Ernie Francis Jr. Toyota ROA
39
John Jackson Dodge TEX
40
2018 Timmy Hill Toyota DAY ATL LVS PHO CAL TEX BRI RCH TAL DOV
35
CLT POC MCH IOW
37
CHI
37
DAY KEN NHA
38
IOW GLN BRI
38
IND
DNQ
RCH
38
KAN
31
TEX
35
HOM
35
46th 30
Dodge ROA
35
DAR
John Jackson MOH
35
Stan Mullis Toyota LVS
37
Landon Cassill Dodge CLT
38
Carl Long Toyota DOV
36
Tyler Hill Dodge PHO
31
2019 Max Tullman Toyota DAY
28
38th 97
John Jackson ATL
37
CAL
30
BRI
37
DOV
37
POC
31
KEN
31
Stan Mullis LVS
35
PHO
36
LVS
35
RCH
37
Timmy Hill TEX
37
RCH
37
MCH
31
IOW
36
IOW
35
KAN
DNQ
TEX
35
HOM
34
Chad Finchum TAL
36
GLN
32
MOH
35
ROA
35
IND
33
CLT
36
PHO
32
Joe Nemechek CLT
32
CHI
DNQ
DAY
36
Carl Long NHA
38
DOV
28
Tommy Joe Martins BRI
31
DAR
35
2020 Chad Finchum DAY
20
LVS
21
CAL
20
PHO
24
DAR
24
CLT
22
BRI
24
ATL
34
HOM
30
HOM
21
TAL
22
POC
26
KEN
16
KEN
33
TEX
24
KAN
29
DOV
29
DOV
24
DAY
25
DAR
20
TAL
11
26th 430
Timmy Hill IND
19
BRI
15
LVS
28
KAN
22
TEX
36
MAR
17
PHO
23
Jesse Iwuji ROA
26
Bobby Reuse DAY
30
Stephen Leicht RCH
34
RCH
22
CLT
24
2021 Chad Finchum Ford DAY
30
41st 92
Toyota ATL
39
CLT
15
NHA
DNQ
DAR
DNQ
David Starr DAY
38
HOM
21
GLN
DNQ
Ford LVS
29
Loris Hezemans Chevy PHO
31
Matt Jaskol Toyota MAR
28
DAR
34
DOV
39
Jason White Ford TAL
39
Boris Said Toyota COA
31
Timmy Hill MOH
DNQ
TEX
DNQ
NSH
DNQ
POC
DNQ
ATL
DNQ
MCH
DNQ
DAY
DNQ
RCH
DNQ
BRI
DNQ
LVS
DNQ
TAL
DNQ
CLT
DNQ
TEX
DNQ
KAN
DNQ
MAR
DNQ
Stephen Leicht ROA
26
IND
DNQ
PHO
DNQ
2022 Stan Mullis DAY CAL LVS
DNQ
PHO
DNQ
-* -*
Chad Finchum ATL
DNQ
COA RCH MAR
DNQ
DOV
32
DAR
DNQ
BRI
DNQ
Natalie Decker Ford TAL
DNQ
ATL
27
Timmy Hill Toyota DAR
33
TEX
27
CLT
38
POC
30
Chevy DAY
2
TEX TAL CLT LVS HOM MAR PHO
Matt Jaskol Toyota PIR
18
J. J. Yeley NSH
33
GLN
Wth
Will Rodgers ROA
38
Akinori Ogata NHA
25
MCH
DNQ
Ford KAN
DNQ
Brad Perez Toyota IND
DNQ

Car No. 35 history

No. 35 in 2019

At the end of 2018, MBM Motorsports took over Go Green Racing's No. 35 team and driver Joey Gase.[30] Gase had a best finish of 16th in the season opener at Daytona, then left at the end of the season to drive for Rick Ware Racing in the Cup Series.

Car No. 35 results

NASCAR Xfinity Series results
Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 Owners Pts
2019 Joey Gase 35 Toyota DAY
16
ATL
29
LVS
38
PHO
24
CAL
27
TEX
24
BRI
27
RCH
23
TAL
37
DOV
29
CLT
21
POC
33
MCH
29
IOW
33
CHI
33
DAY
DNQ
KEN
22
NHA
31
IOW
19
GLN
34
MOH
36
BRI
20
ROA
19
DAR
25
IND
18
LVS
29
RCH
20
CLT
21
DOV
22
KAN
32
TEX
26
PHO
24
HOM
27
30th 328

Car No. 40 history

John Jackson's car at Road America in 2016

In 2015, White and Long were joined by team owners Rick Ware and Curtis Key as partners,[31] and the team expanded to two full-time cars with the No. 40.[23] Derek White debuted the car in the Alert Today Florida 300 at Daytona International Speedway,[31] finishing 22nd.[32] This team was fielded as a start and park team to help fund the team's No. 13 car.

The team returned in 2016, once again filling a start and park role. NASCAR Next driver Alon Day made his Xfinity Series debut with the team at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course; despite initial plans to drive the No. 13,[33] he was moved to the No. 40 for the race.[34] Day, the first Israeli driver to run a NASCAR national series race, qualified 22nd[35] and took advantage of rainy conditions to begin running in the top ten. He finished 13th, the best finish for the No. 40 team since a 30th-place run at Talladega.[36]

In May 2017, Camping World Truck Series driver Austin Wayne Self joined the No. 40 for his Xfinity debut at Charlotte Motor Speedway.[37] However, Long took over the No. 40 ride for the race, delaying Self's debut.[38] At the June Dover International Speedway race, the No. 40 was the car driven by K&N Pro Series East driver Chad Finchum in his first NXS race.[39]

Finchum became the full-time driver of the No. 40 in 2018.[40] Team owner Carl Long took over the No. 40 at Homestead to race MBM's final Dodge in the fleet.

Car No. 40 results

NASCAR Xfinity Series results
Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 Owners Pts
2015 Derek White 40 Dodge DAY
22
PHO
39
TEX
39
BRI
40
TAL
26
DAY
DNQ
ROA
38
CHI
37
39th 204
Carl Long Toyota ATL
39
IOW
40
DOV
38
Dodge LVS
36
CAL
39
RCH
37
MCH
38
BRI
39
DAR
39
RCH
36
PHO
39
Chevy DOV
39
Timmy Hill Toyota CLT
39
Chevy CLT
39
KAN
37
John Jackson Dodge CHI
38
KEN
38
Josh Reaume KEN
37
NHA
38
IND
39
IOW
39
MOH
39
TEX
37
Chevy HOM
31
T. J. Bell Toyota GLN
QL+
Morgan Shepherd Chevy GLN
38
2016 Derek White Dodge DAY
DNQ
43rd 116
Carl Long Toyota ATL
36
LVS
37
DOV
34
POC
38
IOW
38
NHA
38
Dodge TEX
39
BRI
DNQ
RCH
38
TAL
30
DAY
DNQ
CHI
38
Josh Reaume Toyota PHO
DNQ
Josh Wise CAL
39
T. J. Bell Dodge CLT
DNQ
John Jackson Toyota MCH
37
KEN
39
Dodge ROA
35
Chevy KEN
39
Timmy Hill Dodge IND
39
RCH
39
Toyota IOW
37
BRI
DNQ
DAR
36
CLT
40
KAN
40
TEX
38
PHO
39
HOM
39
Chevy DOV
38
Chris Cook Dodge GLN
40
Alon Day MOH
13
2017 Brandon Hightower Toyota DAY
13
37th 251
Dodge CAL
38
Timmy Hill Toyota ATL
33
LVS
33
Dodge PHO
26
BRI
24
TAL
17
IOW
28
DAY
17
NHA
28
DAR
32
Chevy TEX
31
RCH
28
POC
30
TEX
30
PHO
28
Carl Long Dodge CLT
39
Chad Finchum Chevy DOV
34
KEN
29
BRI
28
DOV
36
Dodge IND
32
Toyota CLT
29
HOM
30
Josh Bilicki Chevy MCH
27
Stan Mullis IOW
32
Enrique Baca Toyota GLN
31
Tim Cowen Ford MOH
20
Dodge ROA
36
Bobby Dale Earnhardt Chevy RCH
34
KAN
31
Garrett Smithley Toyota CHI
37
John Jackson Chevy KEN
35
2018 Chad Finchum Toyota DAY
28
ATL
35
LVS
32
PHO
36
CAL
36
TEX
34
BRI
36
RCH
34
TAL
39
DOV
25
CLT
DNQ
POC
30
MCH
29
IOW
26
CHI
38
DAY
14
KEN
31
NHA
21
IOW
37
GLN
29
MOH
29
BRI
30
ROA
22
IND
21
LVS
25
RCH
26
DOV
34
KAN
16
TEX
17
PHO
37
34th 251
Chevy DAR
32
Dodge CLT
28
Carl Long HOM
33

Car No. 42 history

In 2019, MBM fielded the No. 42 car, following MBM's purchase of the defunct Chip Ganassi Racing No. 42 points.

In 2021, Chad Finchum ran the No. 42 car at the Tennessee Lottery 250 but failed to qualify. Timmy Hill would attempt to qualify this car in the Henry 180. Later on, Whelen Euro series driver from Switzerland Giorgio Maggi attempted the Pennzoil 150 but failed to qualify.

Car No. 42 results

NASCAR Xfinity Series results
Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 Owners Pts
2019 John Jackson 42 Toyota DAY
32
29th 372
Chad Finchum ATL
26
LVS
21
PHO
19
CAL
32
TEX
23
BRI
20
RCH
34
DOV
30
CLT
38
POC
37
MCH
22
IOW
21
CHI
24
DAY
27
KEN
28
NHA
30
IOW
32
Max Tullman TAL
20
Stanton Barrett GLN
23
Timmy Hill MOH
25
BRI ROA DAR IND LVS RCH CLT DOV KAN TEX PHO HOM
2021 Chad Finchum 42 Toyota DAY DAY HOM LVS PHO ATL MAR TAL DAR DOV COA CLT MOH TEX NSH
DNQ
POC 45th 17
Timmy Hill ROA
20
ATL NHA GLN
Giorgio Maggi IND
DNQ
MCH DAY DAR RCH BRI LVS TAL CLT TEX KAN MAR PHO

Car No. 61 history

Dick Karth at Road America in 2019.

In the Food City 300 at Bristol, the No. 42 car was renumbered to No. 61 in a partnership with Hattori Racing Enterprises; Timmy Hill drove the No. 61 to a career-best seventh.[41]

In 2020, Timmy Hill drove most races in the #61, with Austin Hill and Finchum returning. At Kansas, Austin Hill another top 5 finish, finishing 5th.

In 2021, Robby Lyons, Stephen Leicht, and Chad Finchum drive for the first 4 races of the season. At Phoenix, David Starr moved from the 13 to the 61 to run most races. Austin Hill himself drove for 5 races. Matt Jaskol, Boris Said, C. J. McLaughlin, Bubba Wallace, Loris Hezemans, and Timmy Hill drove the 61 for one race. The 61 most likely did not return in 2022.

Car No. 61 results

NASCAR Xfinity Series results
Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 Owners Pts
2019 Timmy Hill 61 Toyota DAY ATL LVS PHO CAL TEX BRI RCH TAL DOV CLT POC MCH IOW CHI DAY KEN NHA IOW GLN MOH BRI
7
29th 372
Dick Karth ROA
30
Chad Finchum DAR
30
RCH
26
DOV
31
KAN
26
TEX
15
HOM
35
Austin Hill IND
9
Tommy Joe Martins LVS
25
CLT
35
PHO
17
2020 Austin Hill DAY
35
CAL
16
CLT
33
DAR
9
LVS
17
TAL
33
CLT
36
KAN
5
TEX
33
23rd 439
Timmy Hill LVS
26
PHO
23
DAR
22
BRI
14
ATL
33
HOM
23
HOM
25
TAL
26
POC
8
KEN
21
KEN
26
TEX
17
KAN
19
DAY
22
Stephen Leicht IND
21
ROA
22
DAY
21
DOV
22
DOV
31
Chad Finchum RCH
37
RCH
28
BRI
20
MAR
37
J. J. Yeley PHO
26
2021 Robby Lyons DAY
25
36th 325
Stephen Leicht DAY
29
COA
DNQ
GLN
28
RCH
38
MAR
21
Chad Finchum HOM
23
LVS
28
BRI
33
David Starr PHO
28
ATL
27
MAR
22
TAL
16
DAR
17
DOV
40
CLT
DNQ
MOH
36
ATL
40
DAY
14
DAR
30
LVS
21
TAL
40
Matt Jaskol TEX
27
Austin Hill NSH
9
POC
25
IND
29
CLT
18
TEX
20
Boris Said ROA
DNQ
C. J. McLaughlin NHA
37
Bubba Wallace MCH
10
Loris Hezemans KAN
32
Timmy Hill PHO
DNQ

Car No. 66 history

Carl Long driving the No. 66 at Road America in 2018.

The team fielded to No. 66 for 2018 season, with Timmy Hill driving. At the 2018 Coca-Cola Firecracker 250, Hill finished seventh, his best finish since 2012 (both at Daytona). Chad Finchum, who usually ran the No. 40, switched to No. 66 at Homestead-Miami Speedway as Long was in the No. 40.[42]

In 2020, Hill kicked off the season with a 3rd-place finish at Daytona. Hill also got two other top-20 finishes, at Talladega and Charlotte Roval.

In 2021, Hill was announced to drive the No. 66 full-time. However, Matt Jaskol drove for 4 races, David Starr for 11 races, C. J. McLaughlin for one race, Jason White for 2 superspeedway races, and Loris Hezemans for one race.

In 2022, Timmy Hill was originally going to return to the No. 66 for Daytona, but J. J. Yeley had more sponsorship. He had continued for the following few races. Later on, in a Twitter post, MBM announced that J. J. Yeley will drive the No. 66 full-time.

Car No. 66 results

NASCAR Xfinity Series results
Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 Owners Pts
2018 Timmy Hill 66 Toyota DAY
DNQ
TAL
27
DAY
7
CLT
32
39th 158
Dodge ATL
34
LVS
33
CAL
35
TEX
36
BRI
27
RCH
38
POC
39
MCH
31
KEN
37
GLN
36
LVS
34
DOV
27
Chevy PHO
34
CLT
30
Carl Long Dodge DOV
39
ROA
32
DAR
33
RCH
36
Chevy NHA
37
BRI
33
Stan Mullis IOW
33
IOW
33
John Jackson Dodge CHI
36
Tim Cowen Ford MOH
26
Brandon Hightower Dodge IND
37
Bobby Dale Earnhardt Toyota KAN
27
TEX
34
Akinori Ogata PHO
33
Chad Finchum HOM
31
2019 Timmy Hill DAY
19
ATL
28
LVS
23
CAL
34
BRI
17
TAL
29
DOV
16
CLT
35
POC
19
CHI
34
DAY
20
KEN
37
NHA
34
DAR
23
CLT
18
DOV
27
33rd 293
Tyler Hill PHO
20
TEX
28
MCH
35
Colin Garrett RCH
26
Stan Mullis IOW
28
IOW
23
Tommy Joe Martins GLN
28
MOH
18
ROA
25
IND
24
Chad Finchum BRI
DNQ
LVS
34
Mike Marlar RCH
38
Bobby Dale Earnhardt KAN
31
TEX
37
PHO
28
HOM
DNQ
2020 Timmy Hill DAY
3
CLT
34
DOV
36
DOV
34
RCH
36
RCH
36
TAL
14
CLT
19
39th 83
Stephen Leicht LVS
34
CAL
35
PHO
33
DAR
39
BRI
34
ATL
36
HOM
36
HOM
38
POC
27
KEN
35
KEN
34
TEX
35
KAN
37
DAR
35
BRI
36
KAN
35
John Jackson TAL
39
DAY
35
Chad Finchum IND
27
ROA
36
LVS
35
TEX
34
Harold Crooms DAY
35
Carl Long MAR
32
Stan Mullis PHO
28
2021 Timmy Hill Ford DAY
20
TAL
13
DAR
23
DAR
36
35th 327
Toyota DAY
34
HOM
16
LVS
37
PHO
14
ATL
20
MAR
30
DOV
30
COA
33
CLT
34
Chevy GLN
29
Matt Jaskol Toyota MOH
19
ROA
DNQ
IND
DNQ
LVS
27
David Starr TEX
20
NSH
24
POC
33
NHA
20
MCH
22
RCH
28
BRI
30
TEX
34
MAR
24
PHO
21
Ford KAN
36
C. J. McLaughlin ATL
37
Jason White DAY
15
TAL
28
Loris Hezemans Toyota CLT
35
2022 J. J. Yeley Chevy DAY
13
TAL
36
DAY
9
-* -*
Toyota CAL
22
COA
29
MAR
31
DOV
23
PIR
8
ROA
DNQ
NHA
23
IND
DNQ
DAR
32
KAN
22
BRI
33
TEX TAL CLT LVS HOM MAR PHO
Ford LVS
20
PHO
25
ATL
11
RCH
32
DAR
25
TEX
31
CLT
18
ATL
36
POC
28
MCH
20
Natalie Decker Toyota NSH
32
Timmy Hill Chevy GLN
14

Car No. 72 history

The No. 72 car was fielded as a start and park team to help fund the team's No. 13 car in the team's early stages. After a one-year hiatus, the team made its first attempt at the 2016 Darlington race. John Jackson raced the No. 72 at Darlington, finishing 39th. Timmy Hill attempted to get the car into the fall Kentucky race, but failed to qualify and took over the No. 13 for Mark Thompson.[43] The team returned for two races in 2017, once again running as a start and park entry.

Car No. 72 results

ARCA Racing Series

On November 28, 2016, MBM announced plans for Mark Thompson to race at the 2017 season-opening Lucas Oil 200 ARCA Racing Series race at Daytona; the race was rumored to be Thompson's final ARCA start, but he returned for the Talladega event in May.[44] Driving the No. 66 Phoenix Air Ford, Thompson qualified 15th, but finished 31st after he was collected in a nine-car accident on lap 49.[45]

Car No. 66 results

ARCA Racing Series results
Year Driver No. Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Owners Pts
2016 Mark Thompson 66 Toyota DAY NSH SLM TAL TOL NJE POC MCH MAD WIN IOW IRP POC BLN ISF DSF SLM CHI KEN
10
KAN N/A 180
2017 Ford DAY
31
NSH SLM TAL
31
TOL ELK POC MCH MAD IOW IRP POC WIN ISF ROA DSF SLM CHI KEN KAN N/A 145
2018 DAY
27
NSH SLM TAL TOL CLT POC MCH MAD GTW CHI IOW ELK POC ISF BLN DSF SLM IRP KAN N/A 95

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