DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - The Sprint Cup Series "mystery team" is no longer mysterious.
BK Racing, which bought the assets of the former Red Bull Racing organization, announced its plans for the 2012 season.
The team will field two full-time entries for the coming season with Landon Cassill driving the No. 83 Toyota and David Reutimann and Travis Kvapil in a No. 93 entry.
Reutimann is set to pilot the No. 93 in the Daytona 500 with Kvapil taking the wheel for the remainder of the schedule.
The team ownership group is comprised of Wayne Press and Scott Gunderson with Harry McMullen serving as General Manager.
"All of us have been involved in the Sprint Cup Series over the past few years," Gunderson said. "However, this is still a new team with a focused outlook of where we want to go. We're going to grow this team with commercial partners that we'll announce in the near future. We feel confident that we can immediately be competitive and only improve as we continue to build the team."
Cassill, who spent last season driving for Phoenix Racing, is excited about this new opportunity.
"BK Racing is already miles ahead of most start-up teams that I've seen," commented Cassill. "The race shop, equipment, ownership group, leadership and crew members are in place for us to race at Daytona, but also continue to be prepared for success for the rest of the season. We have a lot more to do, but there is a strong base here."
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