Friday, December 9, 2022

MBM Motorsports Heads to Las Vegas With Cars Backed by Nevada-Based Companies

Auto Parts 4Less, shown here on the No. 13 MBM entry at Portland, will be one of the Nevada-based companies on the two MBM cars at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Photo credit: Matthew T. Thacker, LAT Images, Courtesy of Toyota Racing

When the NASCAR Xfinity Series haulers unload at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, the two MBM Motorsports entries will feel like the hometown team, as the No. 13 car — driven by Matt Jaskol — and the No. 66 car — driven by JJ Yeley — will be backed by Nevada-based companies.

As for the team’s No. 13 entry, Auto Parts 4Less, a longtime partner of Jaskol, will return to adorn the MBM Motorsports Toyota Supra.

Having their brand on a NASCAR race car during the playoffs season is a big deal for Auto Parts 4Less.

“We are very excited to partner with MBM Motorsports and continue building on our national branding campaign efforts. Having access to the NASCAR fan base during the playoff season brings great national exposure to our Auto Parts Marketplace,,” said Christopher Davenport, CEO of Auto Parts 4Less, Inc.

Jaskol, 37, and his sponsorship partner Auto Parts 4Less were originally slated for a full-time NASCAR Camping World Truck Series campaign with G2G Racing this season, but when things fell apart, Jaskol decided to take his talents to MBM part-time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series.

This race will mark the 10th time that Jaskol and AP4L have teamed up with MBM. In 2021, Jaskol made six NASCAR Xfinity Series events for the team (three in the No. 13, two in the No. 66, and one in the No. 61 which was shared with Hattori Racing Enterprises) and he failed to qualify for an additional two races last season.

Saturday’s race will mark Jaskol’s second NXS start of 2022.

Here is the No. 66 car that JJ Yeley will pilot for MBM Motorsports this weekend at Las Vegas. Photo Credit: MBM Motorsports.

The team’s No. 66 entry will feature sponsorship from three Nevada-based companies.

Diamondback Land Surveying, which is headquartered in Las Vegas, will serve as the primary sponsor for the race, while Modern Concrete, Inc., a company from Elko, NV, and Rollin Smoke Barbeque, a restaurant with five Las Vegas locations, will serve as associate sponsors for the race.

The 46-year-old Yeley, who began the year with aspirations of running the full NASCAR Xfinity Series schedule, has competed in 26 of the 29 races so far this season. Yeley has put together a really solid year for MBM, as he has scored two top-10 finishes (eighth at Portland and ninth at Daytona), four top-15s, and nine top-20s.

Yeley scored a 20th-place finish at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in the spring for the No. 66 team, he’ll look to add his 10th top-20 finish of the 2022 season on Saturday.

Both MBM Motorsports cars will also have sponsorship from, which has partnered with MBM Motorsports for several years.

Toby Christie
Toby Christie
Toby is the Founder, and Editor-in-Chief of Toby is also the co-host of The Final Lap Weekly Podcast. Additionally, he is a NMPA (National Motorsports Press Association) award-winning writer, and has followed the sport as a fan since 1993.

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