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Mane ‘N Tail Returns to StarCom Racing, Quin Houff in 2021 For Multiple Races Including Daytona 500

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Quin Houff and the StarCom Racing team will have some extra horsepower at Daytona International Speedway for the 63rd-annual Daytona 500. No, not under the hood. On it. Mane ‘N Tail, has extended their deal with the team for another season and will serve as the primary sponsor for the No. 00 car for multiple races this season.

While a total number of primary appearances for Mane ‘N Tail was not announced, the partnership will kick off in the season-opening Daytona 500.

Houff, 23, is stoked to get his second full-time NASCAR Cup Series season started.

“I’m so excited to be going into my second Daytona 500 with a great partner by my side,” said Houff in a team release. “I enjoyed having Mane ‘N Tail on our No. 00 Camaro last season. I am ecstatic to have them back with us for the 2021 season and the Daytona 500. Daytona is all about horsepower and we will have some extra on our side with them on our car.”

Houff had a rocky rookie season a year ago. The Virginia-native suffered four DNFs by way of accidents. However, as the season moved on, Houff made less errors on track and even scored his career-best finish of 13th at Talladega Superspeedway in the fall.

The young driver and team will look to take a stride forward together in 2021.

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