Timmy Hill will attempt to make the field for the Daytona 500 for the second time in his career in 2022 and he’ll do so with MBM Motorsports in the No. 66 Ford Mustang with sponsorship from Bumper.com, a vehicle history report company.
With the swap to the Next Gen car for 2022, MBM Motorsports, like every team, have been putting in long hours trying to become prepared for the new year. With the signing of Bumper.com as their sponsor for the Daytona 500, it’s time to hit the track running.
“I am excited to represent a great company, Bumper.com, at the Daytona 500,” driver Timmy Hill said. “Everyone at MBM Motorsports has been working hard this offseason and we are excited to get to Daytona to show off all the hard work we have put in this offseason.”
For Bumper.com, the partnership with Hill and MBM presents a unique opportunity to reach car nuts farther and wider than they’ve ever had the chance before.
“Our partnership with MBM Motorsports and Timmy Hill will allow us to connect with car enthusiasts on an entirely new level,” said Alessandro Mannino, director of product at Bumper.com. “And what better way to reach car lovers than by partnering with a top race team at one of the biggest car racing events in the world—the Daytona 500.”
According to MBM Motorsports team owner Carl Long, the folks at Bumper.com have served as a springboard for the team from an energy standpoint.
“The energy that Bumper.com has brought to MBM Motorsports over the last few weeks has been tremendous,” team owner Carl Long said. “We are excited to introduce them to fans that are passionate about cars and empowering them to use their services to obtain fair pricing and accurate data as they search for the car of their dreams new or old.”
Timmy Hill served as the Cinderella story of the 2020 Daytona 500, as he beat the odds and made the field for The Great American Race. Hill finished 27th in the race after a crash knocked him out on lap 200. This time around, Hill will look to not just make the race, but to contend for a top finish.
MBM Motorsports made the Daytona 500 field in 2018 with Mark Thompson driving the No. 66 entry and Hill in 2020. The team hopes it can add 2022 to the list of their Daytona 500 appearances.