Henderson to Drive for Keselowski at Daytona ARCA Race

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Henderson to Drive for Keselowski at Daytona ARCA Race

Brian Keselowski Motorsports has announced that Sloan Henderson will drive the No. 29 Dodge in the Lucas Oil Slick Mist 200 at Daytona International Speedway.

"This offseason has been anything but an offseason," Keselowski said in a team press release. "We worked really hard to put things together and kick off this new venture. We really look forward to working with Sloan and will do everything in our efforts to help her launch her racing career in the right direction. I was very happy with her performance during our testing session and I am confident that she will put her best efforts into our team as well for a great outcome."

Keselowski, owner and driver of the K-Automotive Motorsports No. 92 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series team, is now the proud owner of Brian Keselowski Motorsports (BKM), fielding race cars in the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards (No. 29 and No. 92) and in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East and West (car numbers TBA) with new up-and-coming drivers, providing them their start into stock car racing.

K-Automotive Motorsports will continue to be the primary company for Keselowski's NASCAR Sprint Cup Series efforts in the future.

Said Henderson: "I'm truly blessed to have this opportunity to work with BKM and run in the ARCA Racing Series Lucas Oil Slick Mist 200 at Daytona International Speedway. After a great test session with the team, I'm excited about the possibility and feel comfortable that we can do very well."

Henderson, 19, is a freshman at Wright State University in Fairborn, Ohio, near Dayton. To read more about her and Brian Keselowski Motorsports, click below to access the team's full press release in the Team News section of ARCARacing.com at ARCA Nation.

Brian Keselowski Racing Announces Henderson as Daytona Driver

The Lucas Oil Slick Mist 200 on February 18 will open ARCA's 60th Anniversary Season. SPEED and ARCARacing.com will carry live coverage from the historic 2.5-mile oval.

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