The battle to become the top female NASCAR Truck Series driver has just gotten fiercer. Hailie Deegan will not be the only female driver in the series, as veteran driver Jennifer Jo Cobb has announced her Truck plans.
To make matters better, the Fastener Supply Company is going to be her primary sponsor. So, fans will be able to see Cobb’s #10 Chevrolet with the company logo at every race in the 2021 Truck Series calendar.
Fastener Supply Company president, Donnie Shrum said, “After our initial sponsorship efforts with JJCR during the 2020 season, we are thrilled to partner with them for the entire 2021 season. Jennifer Jo Cobb reflects many of the same values that we embody as a company, such as entrepreneurship, putting her team members and sponsors first, and inclusivity in her employment practices.”
He praised her accomplishments in the field of ownership, as well as her driving prowess. In fact, she even completed her 200th career start in the Truck series. Other records include leading the most laps especially among female racers in the NASCAR arena.
On a similar note, the 47-year-old also had kind words for the Fastener Supply Company. She applauded them for their loyalty and hard work, especially in such a trying 2020 season. According to her, three key executives went above and beyond the call of duty to assist the team on several occasions.
Coming to the 2021 season, the brand logo will appear on the #10 truck’s hood at every race in 2021. Furthermore, a number of races will feature an exclusive paint scheme. This includes season-opening NextEra Energy 250 at Daytona International Speedway.
Without a doubt, Cobb will look forward to the new season. She can also look forward to a potential battle with Hailie Deegan for alpha female status. If Natalie Decker manages to land a Truck seat, this could soon develop into a three-way tussle.