MBM Motorsports drivers

Natalie Decker

Natalie competes part time in both the NASCAR Xfinity series and the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. She currently is the highest finishing female in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series with a 5th place finish at Daytona International Speedway. atalie has a ton of fans supporting her career in NASCAR. She is one of the most liked drivers in the field with over 614 thousand followers and more being apart of the NATALIE NATION fan group.

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Chad Finchum

Chad Finchum began racing at age seven starting his career racing go-karts at Dumplin Valley Raceway in Tennessee. By age 13 he had logged 200 go-kart wins on dirt and asphalt. He then moved to full-bodied cars, often racing late models at Kingsport Speedway in Tennessee. Chad is a great character on and off the track and has gained respect from his other competitors.

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Matt Jaskol

Matt Jaskol is an American professional auto racing driver who has competed in a variety of series including kart, open-wheel, and stock car racing. Jaskol was a member of the Red Bull Driver Search and competed in Formula BMW USA, where he won Red Bull’s first race in North America in 2004. He also won the American Speed Association Speed Truck Challenge championship a year later. He would later race in the Indy Pro Series and the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series. Prior to that, he received international fame as a cast member on the ABC reality show Castaways, surviving 41 days in the jungle without food or shelter.

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Timmy Hill

In 2011, Hill began racing in the NASCAR Nationwide Series at Phoenix International Raceway. Later that season, he had the best finish of 11th at Road America and finished 17th in the point standings, winning the Rookie of the Year award. Timmy is the son of former NASCAR driver Jerry Hill and brother of current NASCAR driver Tyler Hill. They both compete in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.

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Jj Yelley

JJ Yeley ran full seasons with Joe Gibbs racing in both the Nextel Cup series and the NASCAR Busch series in 2006. In both series, he drove the No. 18 chevy. In 2006, Yeley finished 5th in the Busch series point standings scoring three poles, nine top 5’s and twenty-two top 10s. JJ has been racing for almost 20 years and currently competes in the Xfinity series for MBM Motorsports.

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