The young driver will be behind the steering wheel of the no.3 Jordan Anderson Racing truck at Richmond.
Howie DiSavino III is about to make his NASCAR Truck Series debut. It has been announced on Tuesday that the 19-year-old driver from Chesterfield, VA will drive the no.3 Jordan Anderson Racing truck at Richmond Raceway on Saturday, April 17th.
DiSavino commented on the announcement: “I’m incredibly humbled about this opportunity to not only compete in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series with Jordan Anderson Racing but for the chance to race in front of my family, friends and partners.”
“This is undoubtedly the biggest race of my career, but I am up for the challenge,” he added.
Jordan Anderson also shared his thoughts: “I have been keeping my eye on Howie for a little while now, and when Austin [Theriault, manager] said he was available and exploring NASCAR opportunities, I wanted to jump at having him make his NASCAR debut in one of our trucks,” said Anderson. “My team and I have built this team from the ground up, and Howie shares the drive and determination that I admire in a driver. I’m looking forward to seeing him be successful.”
Howie DiSavino III has had 1 ARCA Menards Series race this year – he has finished 13th at Daytona.