Danny’s favorite track and the shortest track in NASCAR’s season, Martinsville Speedway, hosted the United Rentals 200 this past weekend. With the end of the season approaching quickly Danny kept it consistent with a p.14 start and finish.
Once again as always, Danny kept the North American Motor Car/On Point Motorsports Toyota Tundra out of the typical short-track chaos. Fighting a brake problem, Danny stayed in the thick of the hunt bringing home yet another top 20 performance, his 9th of the season.
“It was fun to get back to short track racing at the 📎. We were hoping for another top 10 but came up a little short at 14th,” stated a tenacious as ever Bohn. Danny and the On Point Team head to Phoenix to close out the 2021 season this Friday.
Danny and the On Point Motorsports team stuck to the plan and landed an 8th place finish this weekend at Talladega. With more than 20 trucks involved in multiple accidents, Danny played it smart and stayed back to steer clear of the mess. He avoided the overaggressive driving that is typical for Talladega and in the end it paid off as he grabbed his second top 10 of the season.
Regarding the tough race, Danny said “We dodged a few bullets throughout the day but got a little wounded at the end. We were P8 at the line with a rf flat. Looking forward to my favorite track next on the schedule!” Martinsville is set for Saturday, October 30th at 1 PM.
Round two at Las Vegas Motor Speedway this past weekend and Danny and the OnPoint Motorsports team brought home a top 20. As always, Danny maneuvered his way through the carnage that took out at least 5 trucks during lap 71. The checkered flag waved as Danny took p.18.
“We survived the day and kept it in one piece to knock off another top 20 finish.” said Danny following the race. The trucks are set to race at Talladega on Saturday, October 2nd.
Danny Bohn will be representing the Rust-Oleum colors this Thursday at Bristol Motor Speedway in the UNOH 200 presented by Ohio Logistics Camping World truck race. Danny is excited about the opportunity with Rust-Oleum to be racing at Bristol he mentions “Bristol is one of my favorite tracks on the schedule, and to have the opportunity to race with Rust-Oleum is an honor. This year is their 100th-year anniversary for Rust-Oleum as a company, and I’m thankful to run their colors at Bristol to celebrate that milestone.”
Bryan Wilson, Director of Sales at Rust-Oleum mentions “I have personally worked with Danny (Bohn) since 2009 and am excited to see the Rust-Oleum 100th Anniversary truck race at Bristol”. Danny and the entire On Point Motorsports team are excited to have Rust-Oleum onboard for this week’s Bristol race.
The 100th-anniversary Rust-Oleum colors will be on track this September 16th at 9 pm et on Fox Sports 1. To find out more about Rust-Oleum products, check out www.rustoleum.com.
The In It To Win It 200 at Darlington Raceway this Labor Day weekend was a great race for Danny and the On Point Motorsports team. Starting in p.27 and ending stage 2 in p.23. The team got as high as p.13 during stage 3 with hopes for one final caution to pit for a fresh set of tires. That caution never came but the team made a solid finish in p.20.
“The uniqueness of Darlington makes it tricky but also a lot of fun to race at. It was nice to have a solid day at Darlington as we approach the final stretch of the 2021 season!” said Danny following the race.
Danny and the team are looking forward to getting ready for Bristol on Thursday, September 16th!
Another action packed weekend in the books! Danny Bohn, driver of the No. 30 On Point Motorsports Toyota Tundra sponsored by North American Motor Car and Rivers of Recovery, caught the attention of FOX 8 journalist Chris Weaver after his double-header race weekend this past June. Bohn raced his NASCAR Camping World Truck Series at Pocono Raceway in PA on the afternoon of Saturday, June 26th, then immediately jetted off to NC where he ran his Modified at Bowman Gray Stadium that evening. Bohn and Weaver connected just in time for Danny’s second double-header weekend of the season, giving Weaver the opportunity to trail along with Bohn to catch the action firsthand.
Their first stop was the North American Motor Car headquarters in Danbury, CT on Friday, August 9th. North American Motor Car recently announced they would remain the primary sponsor of the No. 30 NASCAR truck for the remainder of the season, finishing off their third year and first full season with Bohn. From there, they headed off to Watkin’s Glen International—aka “The Glen”—for the NASCAR Truck Series United Rentals 176. Bohn started off in P11 but placed 28th due to complications with the truck. The race was ultimately rained out on Saturday, ending early with 11 laps to go. After the race, Bohn and Weaver hopped on a plane and headed back down South for race number two of the day at Bowman Gray Stadium. Bohn, a Bowman Gray veteran, rounded off the evening by placing 11th in his No. 65 Modified car.
To check out the FOX 8 footage from the weekend, visit our home page. For more information on North American Motor Car, their services, and updates on their new state-of-the-art facility, visit NorthAmericanMotorCar.com.
In it’s inaugural NASCAR race, Knoxville Raceway hosted the truck series on Friday, July 9th on its iconic dirt track and it was quite the show.
With its fair share of expected wrecks, scheduled and timed pit stops, it was something new to get adjusted to but the On Point Motorsports team and Danny had a solid truck to work with. Starting in p.23, it was a game of survival. After not 1, not 2 but 4 overtimes, Danny started the final restart in p12 and snuck into 10th place to finish out the Cornbelt 150.
“A top 10 finish was exactly what the team needed and I hope we keep this momentum going for the rest of the season” said Danny following the race.
Memorial Day weekend kicked off under the lights at Charlotte Motor Speedway for the The North Carolina Education Lottery 200.
After a tough practice, Danny Bohn started in p.32. Danny did a great job of avoiding troubles and accidents throughout the race and luckily, the three truck wreck during the final stage left no driver injured. Danny ended the race in the top 25 at p.24.
“Charlotte Motor Speedway was another bucket list race track for me to race at. We faced many hurdles throughout the day but still came home with a p.24 finish. I am looking forward to climbing back in the truck at Nashville SuperSpeedway on June 18th” said Danny.
Our team had a blast meeting so many fans in the fan zone with our Jeff Gordon no. 24 car photo booth and our 3 swag bag giveaways throughout the weekend. We appreciate everyone who stopped by and hope to see new and familiar faces at more races in the future.
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