Mingus Earns Career-Best Finish at Kansas

KANSAS CITY, Kansas. (May 11, 2015) – In the fourth race of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) season, Billy Boat Motorsports (BBM) headed to Kansas Speedway with Mason Mingus and the No. 15 Call 811 Before You Dig Chevrolet Silverado. The 20-year-old started 13th and finished 9th.

Mingus rolled off 13th when the green flag dropped on Friday, May 8th at Kansas Speedway for the Toyota Tundra 250. The Brentwood, Tennessee native avoided all cautions and never left the top-15 during the 167-lap event. The No. 15 Call 811 Before You Dig Chevy crossed the finish line 9th, earning Mingus and BBM a career-best finish in the NCWTS.

“We had a great weekend at Kansas,” said Mingus. “To go there and run in the top-10 is exactly what we needed to have some momentum to carry into Charlotte. Thanks to all the guys at BBM for putting together a great truck and working hard all weekend.”

Up next for Mingus and the No. 15 Chevy is the North Carolina Education Lottery 200 at Charlotte Motor Speedway on Friday, May 15th airing live on Fox Sports 1 at 8:30 p.m. EST.


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About Billy Boat Motorsports
With over 40 years in the motorsports industry, either behind the wheel, in the pits or behind the desk, Billy Boat has left his mark in the history books. After setting USAC records and racing in seven Indianapolis 500 events (including winning the pole in 1998), he has now turned his attention to NASCAR team ownership. Founded in 2001, Boat partnered with Mike Curb and Cary Agajanian to field an Indy car in the Indy Racing league from 2001 to 2003 which transitioned into fielding cars for Boat’s son – Chad – finding victory lane over 125 times in cars from quarter midgets to sprint cars, and now in the NASCAR ranks. Billy Boat Motorsports is a top-tier, championship-winning team looking to grow in the NASCAR industry.