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RoofClaim.com Not Returning to MBM Motorsports as Primary Sponsor in 2021

AVONDALE, ARIZONA – NOVEMBER 08: Timmy Hill, driver of the #66 RoofClaim.com Toyota, drives during the NASCAR Cup Series Season Finale 500 at Phoenix Raceway on November 08, 2020 in Avondale, Arizona. (Photo by Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images) | Getty Images

RoofClaim.com – one of the primary backers of MBM Motorsports’ NASCAR National Series efforts in 2020 — will not be returning to the organization for the 2021 NASCAR season.

MBM Motorsports owner, Carl Long, confirmed the departure of the sponsor in a reply to a comment on his latest Facebook post. “We were very fortunate to get a team sponsor last year with [RoofClaim.com], but with no fans and TV only showing top-five cars, they did not return.”

The company was listed as the primary sponsor for MBM Motorsports – and Hill Motorsports, owned by MBM Motorsports driver Timmy Hill — in a total of 20 events at NASCAR’s top-level in 2020, along with an additional 26 events between the sanctioning body’s lower two divisions.

In addition to the plethora of in-person events the company sponsored in 2020, RoofClaim.com was also the featured sponsor of Hill’s eNASCAR iRacing Pro Invitational Series effort, which saw the 27-year-old claim the victory at Texas, eventually being crowned the series’ unofficial champion.

Carl Long Motorsports (Facebook) confirms that RoofClaim.com will not return as a sponsor for MBM Motorsports in 2021. (Screenshot)

MBM Motorsports recently revealed that both Timmy Hill and Chad Finchum will be attempting to qualify for the 2021 DAYTONA 500, piloting the No. 66 and No. TBA Ford Mustangs. Finchum will attempt to make his first-ever DAYTONA 500, while Timmy Hill will try to make the race in back-to-back years.

Hill, Finchum and Stephen Leicht will all be returning to MBM Motorsports in some capacity next season, while the team is looking for a funded driver to fill one of the organization’s full-time rides.

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