ARCA: Brady Boswell to Make Series Debut at Nashville for Mason Mitchell Motorsports

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MOORESVILLE, N.C. — official team release — photo —

2014 ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards championship team, Mason Mitchell Motorsports (MMM) has added X-1R Pro Cup (now the CARS Tour) veteran Brady Boswell to its driver lineup for the 2016 season.

Boswell, 19 from Watkinsville, Georgia, will make his ARCA Racing Series debut in the “Music City” in Nashville at the Fairgrounds Speedway driving the No. 98 Chevrolet on April 9th. Along with racing, Boswell attends the University of North Georgia full-time.

“I am very excited to take the next step in my career,” Boswell stated. “My dream of making it to NASCAR is now one step closer. This will be a great step that will give me the opportunities to showcase my talent and allow me to learn new things that will be valuable in my career in the future.”

“I am honored to have partnered up with MMM for my ARCA debut. When you partner up with a team it is very important that the team you choose is a competitor in the series. I feel that they have great experience within the team and put a lot of time into achieving success. “

2014 ARCA Racing Series champion and owner of MMM Mason Mitchell believes Boswell has all the tools to be successful in his ARCA debut.

“I feel honored to get the opportunity to work with Brady at Nashville,” Mitchell said. “He is a great talent and I believe this will be a great opportunity for us as a team and him as a driver. Our short track program has grown over the offseason and I believe we can improve upon the third place finish here from one year ago.”

Boswell won the X-1R Pro Cup rookie of the year award in 2013 while finishing fourth in points.  The late model standout compiled 12 top-five’s and 21 top-10’s in 23 starts from 2013-2014. Boswell’s also made starts in the CRA Super Series, Southern Super Series and the Viper Pro Late Model Series.

2015 marked the first time since 1992 that ARCA raced at the Fairgrounds Speedway. Austin Wayne Self raced the No. 98 to a third place finish in the 200 lap event.

CREDIT: Mason Mitchell Motorsports

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