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  • 2015 Camping World Truck Atlanta

    March 1st, 2015

    Rookie Contender Gains Experience in the No. 54 Lucy Angel Tundra

    Justin Boston came to Atlanta (Ga.) Motor Speedway looking to put last weekend’s race at Daytona in the rear-view mirror. Although it was not exactly the race he hoped for, he and the KBM team overcame handling issues throughout the race to gain valuable experience and bring the No. 54 Lucy Angel Tundra home in 16th place.

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    February 25th, 2015

    Mooresville, N.C. (Feb. 26, 2015) – NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver, Justin Boston (“JBoss”) is excited to announce a new partnership throughout the 2015 Camping World Truck Series season with Hydraulic Cylinders, Inc. which is a national distributor of hydraulic cylinders.

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    February 24th, 2015

    MOORESVILLE, N.C. (Feb. 24, 2015) – Justin Boston is eager to put Daytona in the rear-view mirror and get back on track at Atlanta (Ga.) Motor Speedway this weekend in his No. 54 Lucy Angel Tundra. After getting caught up in a multi-truck accident on lap 14 in the season opener, the 25-year-old rookie contender has his sights set on a strong run at Atlanta.

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    February 23rd, 2015

    MOORESVILLE, N.C. – (February 23, 2015) Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM) announced today country music band Lucy Angel will be featured on Justin Boston’s No. 54 Toyota Tundra in the Hyundai Construction Equipment 200 at Atlanta (Ga.) Motor Speedway on Feb. 28. Lucy Angel is an American country music family trio consisting of mother Kate Anderton and her two daughters, Lindsay and Emily. They released their debut self-titled album in January, and are currently starring in a docu-series entitled “Discovering Lucy Angel,” which premiered on AXS TV in January.

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  • 2015 Camping World Truck Daytona

    February 22nd, 2015

    Rookie of the Year contender Justin Boston was ready to start the 2015 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series with a strong run at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway Friday night, but unfortunately that plan changed abruptly ending his night shortly after it began and resulting in a 29th-place finish.

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    February 17th, 2015

    MOORESVILLE, N.C. (Feb. 16, 2015) – Justin Boston will make his debut in the No. 54 BitPay Toyota Tundra this weekend for Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM) in the NextEra Energy Resources 250 at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway. As the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series kicks off the 2015 season, the 25-year-old Boston is hoping to kick off his rookie campaign with a strong performance at Daytona.

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    DOB: September 12, 1989

    HOMETOWN: Baltimore, MD

    RESIDES: Charlotte, NC

    HT/WT: 5'10"/ 185LBS

    Justin Boston is one of the top prospects in professional stock car racing today. Possessing far more than just talent behind the wheel, the dynamic twenty-five year old native from Baltimore, Maryland became an overnight sensation during his breakout stock car season in ARCA earning the coveted Scott Challenge Rookie of the Year title in 2013. Justin has also notched two wins at Toledo and Madison Speedway in 2014.
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  • Humble Beginnings

    Justin’s motocross career started at the young age of five.. He and his family would travel across the country each weekend and it wasn’t long until he started to rack up an impressive list of achievements. Justin had amassed trophies on the shelf representing over 300 wins and podium finishes, highlighted by winning the Maryland State Championships at Budd’s Creek and participating at the Loretta Lynn’s. However it wasn’t long until Justin added two wheels to his racing endeavors.

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    A Late Start

    Today's professional drivers… usually get an early start behind the wheel, whether it's turning laps in a quarter-midget or skidding around left and right turns in a shifter kart, you can almost guarantee a lifetime of experience before a driver reaches the pinnacle of NASCAR’s top levels.

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    Breaking the Mold

    Justin is looking to break that mold.

  • Not an easy transition

    While still in high school… Justin started making the eight-hour trek to Charlotte where he raced in a variety of legend cars and late model touring series. After high school, he moved to the Charlotte area to pursue racing on a full-time basis, but just as soon as he committed to chasing that dream, sponsorship backing became scarce. While he didn't have the chance to drive in 2010 and 2011, he spent time out of the seat building relationships and watching from the sidelines, both of which allowed him to join the powerful Venturini Motorsports with sponsorship backing from ZLOOP Computer and Electronics Recycling in 2012.

  • A Breakout Season

    With less than 20 career starts in a stock car, Justin found himself racing on the high-banks at the World Center of Speed: Daytona International Speedway. Teamed with the Venturini organization – led by two-time ARCA champion Bill Venturini and his son Billy – Justin had a solid rookie season in 2013, finding himself in contention to win races while still honing his skills behind the wheel. He ended his rookie season with 8 top-five and 16 top-ten finishes and the coveted Scott Brand Rookie of the Year award.

  • Turning Heads

    In his two seasons in the ARCA Series, Justin has driven his No. 25 ZLOOP/JACO Environmental Toyota Camry to victories at Toledo and Madison, 15 top-five finishes, 29 top-ten finishes, and five poles in 41 starts. Justin also has made his NASCAR CWTS and NNS debut in 2014, recording a top 10 finish (9th) with Joe Gibbs Racing in his first career start. This level of accomplishment has quickly made him one of the leading drivers in the NASCAR developmental ladder.

  • JBoss

    #jboss

    DOB: September 12, 1989

    HOMETOWN: Baltimore, MD

    RESIDES: Charlotte, NC

    HT/WT: 5'10"/ 185LBS

    Justin Boston is one of the top prospects in professional stock car racing today. Possessing far more than just talent behind the wheel, the dynamic twenty-five year old native from Baltimore, Maryland became an overnight sensation during his breakout stock car season in ARCA earning the coveted Scott Challenge Rookie of the Year title in 2013. Justin has also notched two wins at Toledo and Madison Speedway in 2014.
  • Justin’s motocross career started at the young age of five.. He and his family would travel across the country each weekend and it wasn’t long until he started to rack up an impressive list of achievements. Justin had amassed trophies on the shelf representing over 300 wins and podium finishes, highlighted by winning the Maryland State Championships at Budd’s Creek and participating at the Loretta Lynn’s. However it wasn’t long until Justin added two wheels to his racing endeavors.

  • Today's professional drivers… usually get an early start behind the wheel, whether it's turning laps in a quarter-midget or skidding around left and right turns in a shifter kart, you can almost guarantee a lifetime of experience before a driver reaches the pinnacle of NASCAR’s top levels.

  • Justin is looking to break that mold.

  • While still in high school… Justin started making the eight-hour trek to Charlotte where he raced in a variety of legend cars and late model touring series. After high school, he moved to the Charlotte area to pursue racing on a full-time basis, but just as soon as he committed to chasing that dream, sponsorship backing became scarce. While he didn't have the chance to drive in 2010 and 2011, he spent time out of the seat building relationships and watching from the sidelines, both of which allowed him to join the powerful Venturini Motorsports with sponsorship backing from ZLOOP Computer and Electronics Recycling in 2012.

  • With less than 20 career starts in a stock car, Justin found himself racing on the high-banks at the World Center of Speed: Daytona International Speedway. Teamed with the Venturini organization – led by two-time ARCA champion Bill Venturini and his son Billy – Justin had a solid rookie season in 2013, finding himself in contention to win races while still honing his skills behind the wheel. He ended his rookie season with 8 top-five and 16 top-ten finishes and the coveted Scott Brand Rookie of the Year award.

  • In his two seasons in the ARCA Series, Justin has driven his No. 25 ZLOOP/JACO Environmental Toyota Camry to victories at Toledo and Madison, 15 top-five finishes, 29 top-ten finishes, and five poles in 41 starts. Justin also has made his NASCAR CWTS and NNS debut in 2014, recording a top 10 finish (9th) with Joe Gibbs Racing in his first career start. This level of accomplishment has quickly made him one of the leading drivers in the NASCAR developmental ladder.

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BitPay is the global leader in bitcoin payment processing with offices throughout North America, Europe, and South America. The company has raised over $32 million from top investors including Index Ventures, Founders Fund, and Sir Richard Branson.

Hydraulic Cylinders Inc. is a full line supplier of hydraulic cylinders. As the name implies, all we do is hydraulic cylinders. This focus fosters a culture that understands when a customer needs a replacement cylinder, they need to know that it’s right.

ZLOOP Computer and Electronics Recycling Centers mission is to alert consumers nationwide that eWaste is serious waste, and we make it easy to recycle. Recycle your computer, printer, electronic device, phone system, and your cell phone at one of ZLOOP Computer and Electronics Recycling Centers nationwide Authorized Drop Off locations today.

Since 1994, REI has been an industry leader, providing our customers with cutting edge technology to meet their waste and recycling challenges. REI offers safe, cost effective equipment, financing, installation and service.

Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM) essentially began with Kyle’s first purchase of a Legends Car in 2003 to provide an outlet for Kyle to hone his driving skills. Over the years, KBM filled a trophy case with Legends Car and Late Model hardware. Kyle Busch Motorsports is now the home of the No. 51 and No. 54 Tundra’s in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. And No. 51 Super Late Model. The victory hardware keeps coming and is welcomed in the new 77,000 sq. ft. KBM race shop. Kyle Busch Motorsports has captured the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Owners Championship 2 of the last 4 seasons. (2010 and 2013)

Since its inception in 1979, TRD has developed cutting-edge race engine technology for a wide range of motorsports activities and has played a significant role in Toyota Racing history. The unique in-house operation includes complete engine design, development and assembly, as well as production and development of engine component manufacturing. Additionally, with its entry into the sport of NASCAR, TRD has grown its vehicle engineering capabilities in its new North Carolina-based facility.

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