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Topic - Ben Kennedy
Kyle Busch made a little history at a pretty big track.
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Ben Kennedy made signs, cleaned garbage cans and worked on the sewage truck. He even parked cars at Daytona International Speedway.
"I am just trying to learn as much as I can every time I go out there, so it is humbling to be included as someone to keep an eye on in the future," Kennedy said. "We are focused on having a strong run in the K&N East championship, and of course looking forward to getting the chance to race in trucks, so I just can't wait for what's next."
"I can't wait to make my debut at Bristol with Turner-Scott, and I am excited to get the chance to build on that this season," said Kennedy, the great-grandson of NASCAR founder Bill France and son of International Speedway Corp. CEO Lesa France Kennedy.