Following a successful NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series debut at Atlanta Motor Speedway, Ryan Vargas has added an additional race to his 2023 Truck Series schedule with On Point Motorsports.
Vargas will pilot the No. 30 Toyota Tundra for this weekend’s SpeedyCash.com 250 at Texas Motor Speedway. The No. 30 truck will have primary sponsorship from longtime partner Rangeline this weekend.
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“I’m really excited to head to Texas this weekend,” Vargas said to TobyChristie.com. “Texas is the site of my first top-10 in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, and to head there in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series with On Point Motorsports and Rangeline supporting it is a really big deal. Rangeline has been a big partner of On Point Motorsports for the last few years. To see them hop on board in such a big way is always really neat.”
In addition to the primary sponsorship from Rangeline, the No. 30 truck will carry associate sponsorship from PVI Industries, The Most Hated Apparel, and Williamsburg Contracting.
The young racer is excited to carry the branding of his partners this weekend.
“To be able to head to one of my better race tracks with not only some returning partners in Rangeline and Williamsburg Contracting, but two new partners in PVI and The Most Hated, it’s really special to me,” Vargas explained.
The 22-year-old, who finished 14th in his NCTS debut at Atlanta a couple of weeks ago, has high hopes for another great finish as Vargas scored an eighth-place finish at Texas Motor Speedway in NASCAR Xfinity Series competition back in 2020.
Vargas, a native of La Mirada, California, has made a total of 68 starts in NASCAR National Series competition. Vargas will look to snag his first-career NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series top-10 finish in only his second-career start in the series.