Wright City, MO- When the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series rolls into Martinsville Speedway for the Texas Roadhouse 200 presented by Alpha Energy Solutions, Landon Huffman will reunite with MB Motorsports to pilot the #36 Chevy Silverado.

Huffman drove the #63 Mittler Brothers Machine and Tool Chevrolet Silverado in August at Bristol Motor Speedway where he collected a top-20 finish in his series debut. The Claremont, N.C., native has built quite the reputation wheeling Late Model stock cars across the southeast.

“I am thrilled for another opportunity to work with Mike and his team on the national level. I felt like we made solid progress all weekend at Bristol and I’m looking forward to getting back behind the wheel of a truck at Martinsville.  I can’t thank Mike and everyone at MB Motorsports enough for allowing me to continue on this path and showcase what I can do.”

“Landon did a great job for us at Bristol,” notes team owner Mike Mittler.  “Bristol is a tough track even when your not making your first start in a truck and Landon was really impressive.  He was willing to help work on the truck, he was focused out on the track and he did great with the sponsors and fans alike.  You can’t ask for more from a young man than what he delivered.”

The Texas Roadhouse 200 at Martinsville Speedway is slated for 1:00 p.m. ET on Saturday, October 28th.  It will be will be broadcast live on FS1, MRN Radio and SiriusXM Channel 90.

• The Texas Roadhouse 200 will be Landon Huffman’s second NCWTS start.
• Huffman has 7 late model stock wins across multiple tracks over past 3 years
• Huffman attends UNC- Charlotte, majoring in Marketing

About MB Motorsports:
MB Motorsports is the sole surviving original team in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, having competed in every season since the series debuted in 1995.  The team has given many young drivers their start in NASCAR, including Sprint Cup Series winners Carl Edwards, Jamie McMurray, Brad Keselowski and Regan Smith.

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