MOORESVILLE, N.C. — Young’s Motorsports confirmed that NASCAR modified standout and veteran NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver Danny Bohn will join the team for next month’s season opener at Daytona Int’l Speedway.
The 33-year-old Bohn will pilot the No. 20 Chevrolet Silverado sponsored by North American Motor Car.
Bohn’s relationship with the team is currently a one-race agreement with a vision to increase his schedule. He will complete the organization’s lineup for the Feb. 18 NextEra Energy Resources 250, joining previously announced drivers Spencer Boyd and Jesse Little.
“I am very excited about joining Young’s Motorsports for Daytona,” said Bohn. “Time and time again Young’s Motorsports have shown that they build very fast Chevrolet Silverados for the superspeedway races and I am excited to be able to drive one of them next month at Daytona.
“Young’s Motorsports is the most recent superspeedway winner in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and I definitely want to do my part to help keep that statistic alive working alongside my teammates Spencer (Boyd) and Jesse (Little).”
The Freehold, N.J., native has 33 Truck Series starts to his résumé, including four top-10 finishes.
“We love Danny, Daytona and NASCAR, and have always been a huge supporter of the racing culture and lifestyle,” said COO and co-founder of North American Motor Car Andy Hill. “I know I am really looking forward to watching Danny and the No. 20 Chevrolet Silverado race at Daytona next month. It’s going to be exciting.”
“I am so happy to have our Daytona lineup finalized,” offered Young’s Motorsports team principal Tyler Young. “All three of our drivers are extremely excited and very experienced when it comes to superspeedway racing. Their knowledge, passion, focus and motivation will be a huge benefit for our organization.
“We’ve proven to be winners in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and are determined to return to victory lane — it would be incredibly special to pull that off in the season opener at Daytona. We look forward to seeing what our team can accomplish, not only at Daytona but throughout the 2022 season.”