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Linder Industrial Machinery Becomes Primary Sponsor For Colby Howard, JD Motorsports at Daytona

Colby Howard’s 2021 No. 15 Linder Machinery Chevrolet Camaro. Photo Credit: JD Motorsports.

With just a couple of days until the NASCAR Xfinity Series season-opening Beef. It’s What’s For Dinner. 300 at Daytona International Speedway, we now know who will serve as the primary sponsor for Colby Howard’s No. 15 JD Motorsports Chevrolet Camaro in this event.

Linder Industrial Machinery has stepped up and will adorn the JDM machine with their blue and yellow colors.

“I am excited to start the year off by welcoming Linder as a primary sponsor of my No. 15 JDM Chevy,” Howard said in a team release. “With my family being heavily involved in the construction industry, we know the fine folks at Linder very well. This will be their first time joining the racing world, and I look forward to the start of a great relationship. I am also proud to tie in Project Hope Foundation, who I worked with very closely last season, as they will share space on the car. I think we will definitely turn some heads when we see this awesome blue and yellow Camaro hit the track.”

Howard, who will run a full schedule in 2021, started 22 NASCAR Xfinity Series events a season ago for JD Motorsports. In those 22 starts, his best finish of 12th came at Daytona International Speedway, so there should be reason for optimism for Howard going into this race.

Howard will be part of a JD Motorsports four-car full-time lineup that includes Landon Cassill, Jeffrey Earnhardt and Ryan Vargas.

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