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While Kenny Wallace may spend Sunday’s on the SPEED channel he’s a race car driver first. One of the sports most popular faces and one of it’s most vocal voices, Wallace continues to run the Nationwide series schedule and will do so again this season with RAB Racing in their #09. Last season he finished 7th in the driver standings in that series.
This year RAB Racing and Wallace plan to run the Daytona 500. Wallace last competed in the Sprint Cup series in 2008 running at both Daytona and Talladega.
American Ethanol will sponsor the car and National Corn Growers Association president Garry Niemeyer says that “Corn farmers are excited to continue our relationship with RAB Racing and Kenny Wallace in 2012.”
The car will be a Toyota Camry according to the press release and the crew chief will be named later. Wallace has run 344 races at the Sprint Cup level with 6 finishes inside the top-5. On the Nationwide side he has won 9 races in 522 starts.
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Kenny Wallace will give it a go at The Great American Race - and he's got help to do it.
American Ethanol will sponsor Wallace as he attempts to qualify for the 2012 Daytona 500 (Feb. 26 live on FOX).
The SPEED TV analyst will enter the Great American Race behind the wheel of the No. 09 Toyota for Robby Benton's RAB Racing.
American Ethanol is also expected to sponsor...
Add Kenny Wallace to the list of drivers entered in the 2012 Daytona 500. Wallace, who finished seventh in NASCAR Nationwide Series points in 2011 with RAB Racing, will attempt to make the team’s first Sprint Cup race for car owner Robby Benton with sponsorship from American Ethanol, who will also sponsor his RAB Racing Nationwide Series effort in races this year. Wallace last...