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Love’s Travel Stops Returning to Front Row Motorsports, No. 34 Entry for Multiple Races

BRISTOL, TENNESSEE – JULY 15: Bubba Wallace, driver of the #43 World Wide Technology Chevrolet, races Michael McDowell, driver of the #34 Love’s Travel Stops Ford, during the NASCAR Cup Series All-Star Open at Bristol Motor Speedway on July 15, 2020 in Bristol, Tennessee. (Photo by Jared C. Tilton/Getty Images)

Love’s Travel Stops, a leading travel stop network, will return to Front Row Motorsports in 2021, extending an impressive streak of nine consecutive seasons with the Ford-backed team.

“Words can’t express my gratitude for all of the support that Love’s Travel Stops has shown us over the last eight seasons,” said Front Row Motorsports Owner, Bob Jenkins. Jenkins added, “Love’s has been such an integral part of Front Row Motorsports and our team has made tremendous strides with our time together – and a big part of that is because of their partnership.” In closing, Jenkins went on to say, “My employees at MDS Trucking have been stopping at Love’s Travel Stops for a hot shower, good food, rest and fuel, long before their involvement in NASCAR and I can’t thank them enough for the excellent service that they’ve continuously shown my drivers.”

The deal for 2021 will once again give Love’s primary space on the Michael McDowell’s No. 34 Ford for the 2021 Daytona 500 on February 14. Additionally, Love’s will serve as the primary sponsor for some of the newest races added to the 2021 Cup Series schedule. The Bristol Dirt Race in March, a trip to Circut of the Americas in May, and a trip to Nashville in June all will feature the yellow and red colors of Love’s on the No. 34 entry. The paint scheme itself goes largely unchanged for the new season.

This is the fourth consecutive season that Love’s will serve as the anchor sponsor for McDowell.

“2020 was a really exciting year of racing for our No. 34 program as we recorded multiple Top-10 finishes and were able to really mix it up with the cars at the front of the field,” said McDowell. He continued by saying, “My goal has always been to win a race at the Cup level; and with this year’s schedule, which incorporates more road course races than ever before, I feel really confident that this could be the year that we put the No. 34 Love’s Travel Stops Ford Mustang in Victory Lane.”

The 2021 NASCAR Cup Series season goes green on February 14 at 2:30PM for the 63rd running of the Daytona 500. The broadcast will be carried on FOX, the FOX Sports App, and the Motor Racing Network.

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