A few days ago it appeared that BK Racing would run two cars at the season opening Daytona 500.
In addition to David Ragan and Matt Dibenedetto it was recently announced that Michael Waltrip will drive for BK Racing. On Monday it was announced that Robert Richardson Jr. will expand the BK Racing entry total to four.
Veteran crew chief Mike Ford will be calling the shots for the No. 26 car.
Sponsorship for Richardson’s entry comes in the form of Stalk It – an eco-driven longboard company that uses CornBoard in the construction of its custom, hand-crafted longboards.
“I feel very blessed with the opportunity to be back in the driver’s seat for Daytona,” said Richardson Jr. “I can’t thank Lane and Stalk It enough for coming on board. I’m looking forward to working with Mike (Ford) and the entire BK organization.”