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Mason Maggio, Floridian Motorsports Return to Truck Series at Atlanta

After narrowly missing the field for the season-opening Fresh from Florida 250 at Daytona International Speedway, Floridian Motorsports is returning to the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series at Atlanta Motor Speedway, in search of the team’s first-ever start.

That goal should be easily obtainable for the start-up team, barring a last-minute influx of entries, as the preliminary entry list for Saturday’s NASCAR Truck Series Fr8 208 is only showing 33 trucks — three entries short of a full field.

After attempting to qualify the No. 21 Floridian Motorsports entry into the field at Daytona International Speedway, Mason Maggio is set to return for another go-around, driving the No. 21 Ford F-150.

SI Yachts will serve as the primary marketing partner of the entry at Atlanta Motor Speedway, marking the first of multiple outings for the top boat dealer and yacht brokerage firm in the Northeast with Maggio in 2024.

Scott Osteen, the owner of Floridian Motorsports, tells that the organization has “worked a deal” with Josh Reaume and Reaume Brothers Racing, for the organization to utilize one of their trucks at Atlanta.

Earlier this month, Osteen officially revealed his plans regarding the newly-formed NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series operation in an exclusive interview with, as the single-truck operation planned to compete at Daytona International Speedway.

At that time, Floridian Motorsports had only confirmed a single race, the season-opener at Daytona International Speedway. Now, the organization is poised to make a second attempt, in hopes of this time making the field and scoring a solid finish.

Maggio, the 19-year-old pilot for Floridian Motorsports, first joined the scene of NASCAR’s National Series in 2022 and has since competed in both the NASCAR Xfinity Series and NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, racing for multiple different organizations including Reaume Brothers Racing, SS-GreenLight Racing, and MBM Motorsports.

Last season, Maggio competed on the newly reconfigured Atlanta Motor Speedway in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, finishing 35th after getting involved in an accident in the No. 20 for Young’s Motorsports.

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