Coffee generally goes well with bread; Just ask any coffee house for their menu.
Brad “Bread” Perez hopes to provide further evidence of this claim as it occurred on Saturday NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Indianapolis Motor Speedwaydrives the #13 Toyota Supra GR for MBM Motorsport with sponsorship of Apex coffee roaster. If he makes it, it will be his Xfinity debut.
Pérez began his NASCAR foray in March by starting the Camping World Truck Series race at the Circuit of the Americas, where he finished 20th. Another start came in Sonoma in June with a run of 22 seconds. Both races came along Reaume Brothers Racingwho entered into a technical alliance with MBM in 2021.
The 25-year-old starts mainly in the Sports Car Club of America, while his off-track pursuits include working as a crew member for the Rackley WAR truck team and other odd jobs. He’s also a fan favorite on social media due to his friendly personality and work ethic.
“I’ll be trying to make my NASCAR Xfinity Series debut with MBM Motorsports this weekend at the famous Indianapolis Motor Speedway! I want to thank Apex Coffee Roasters, GreenTech Energy and Victory SIM for standing by me and continuing to believe in me.” Pérez posted on social media. “FINALLY to all the Laster family who have been so good to me, Dane Laster, Tamara Laster and Brayton Laster, you have all been a blessing in my life and I am proud to have AutoRepairVinStickers.com and JunkCarBlaster.com in the car on the most famous race track in the world”.
MBM takes number 66 full-time JJ Yeley, who is currently twenty-third in points with a top ten in Portland. He also drove the number 13, which will be split between several drivers in 2022 Natalie Decker, Chad Finchum, Timmy Hill, Matt Yaskol, Stan Mullis, Akinori Ogataand Will Rodgers. The number 13 currently sits 37th in owner points with ten starts and five DNQs, while Jaskol has his best finish at the Portland event with 18th.