SunFrog Partners with Brandon Brown at Daytona

Brown Gains Sponsor for Season Opening Race at Daytona

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The Cinderella Story from last year’s NextEra Energy Resources 250 at the Daytona International Speedway, returns piloting the No. 44 SunFrog Chevrolet Silverado. Kendall Bartoloni, Brown’s Marketing Director, revealed to OnPitRoad.com that SunFrog will join the team at Daytona next weekend in the NextEra Energy Resources 250.

A few days following the announcement that Brandon Brown and Tommy Joe Martins had joined forces for the 2017 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Season, Brandon Brown has gained a sponsor for the season opening race at The Daytona International Speedway.

Last season, Brandon Brown joined forces with NCASE-IT where he became the Cinderella story with his team when he gained a Top-5 finish and entered the following weekend at Atlanta fourth in NASCAR Camping World Truck Series points. From Atlanta to Kansas, he was able to gain three straight Top-20 finishes but then at Dover, a suspension issue ended his day and streak of Top-20 finishes. Brown made seven more starts following Dover including a DNS and a DNF. At Gateway, an engine failure ended his day before it even got started. At Talladega, Brown was having a successful day until he was involved in the “big one”.

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About Christian Koelle 20 Articles
My name is Christian and I am a contributing writer here at OnPitRoad. I have been writing about NASCAR since July of 2015 but I've been around the sport my whole life. I attended my first race at the Atlanta Motor Speedway in October of 2005. I made my at-track writing debut at the Bristol Motor Speedway in 2015 and made my Media-Center Debut at Iowa Speedway in 2016.

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