Osmer’s Supreme Ford Adds HUB International for Daytona

Max Force Racing

Scott Rookie Challenge candidate Ronnie Osmer has teamed up with HUB International for Osmer’s first start at Daytona International Speedway.

“The last month has been kind of a blur with the opportunity to test at Daytona and now a shot at racing,” said Osmer. “Having a company with as much clout as HUB International partner with us is incredible.”

With over 10,000 agents HUB is one of the largest insurance brokers in the world, and represents a broad, deep, one-of-a-kind aggregation of insurance entrepreneurs. HUB offers a wide variety of personal and business insurance with over 400 brokerages in the US.

Hub International“We have been watching Ronnie work his way up through the racing ranks and we are excited about being part of his first start at Datyona,” offered Donald Pecot, Sr, Vice President, HUB International.

Osmer will pilot a Ford Fusion made possible by Louisiana Ford Dealer, Supreme Ford in the Lucas Oil 200 driven by General Tire on February 10that Datyona.

“Ronnie had a great test and a lot of people have worked really hard to get him back for the race,” team owner Thomas Praytor. “He should have a solid race, plus I really enjoy having another MIS-5 Flags Driver as my teammate.”

The ARCA Racing Series will be making its 55th appearance at the World Center of Speed on February 10th at 3:45 CST live on Fox Sports 1.

CHASSIS MF009: Supreme Ford’s 275+ employees are the power behind Osmer Fusion Chassis 009.

SPOTTER: David Pepper, General Manager ThorSport Racing.

PRIMARY SPONSORS: HUB International – Supreme Ford Slidell

ASSOCIATE SPONSORS: J-Wire, Inc. Larry Trumbaturi Drafting, Arata and Arata Law Firm, RobertsTechJobs.com, Nudraulix, Rettigs Auto Body, APS Automotive Painters Supply, Dueitt’s Battery Supply, Airgas, Golden Flake.

RONNIE OSMER: Osmer started racing in karts at 7 years old and moved through Bandoleros, Legends, Pro Challenge and Pro Late Models before making his first ARCA start at 15 in the ARCA Mobile 200 at Mobile International Speedway. While juggling fulltime student status at Pope John Paul High School, Osmer added a season of dirt late model racing in 2017. The Pearl River driver is already enrolled at Belmont Abbey College, majoring in Motorsports Management in the fall.

MAX FORCE RACING: Max Force Racing is based out of Mobile, Alabama and is fielding cars in its 21st season of competition.