Toni Breidinger, one of the most well-known NASCAR drivers on social media, will compete full-time for Venturini Motorsports in the 2024 ARCA Menards Series season, the team announced on Friday (Jan. 26).
Breidinger is breaking barriers for women in motorsport as she drives the No. 25 Toyota full-time for the second time since 2022.
Breidinger had a great season last year Aka seriesShe raced part-time for Venturini Motorsports and finished ninth in the standings with four top-5s and seven top-10s.
Venturini Motorsports owner Billy Venturini is pleased to have Toni Breidinger back behind the wheel of the No. 25 Toyota. Team boss praised Breidinger (via arcaracing.com):
“It’s great to have Toni back with the team full-time. Her growth behind the wheel is as impressive as I’ve seen in other drivers over the years; she’s really found herself. Toni is a great driver to work with.” This is a real asset to our team. I expect great things from her and the team this year. “
Tony Bradinger Will be paired with captain Cayden Lapevich for the upcoming 2024 ARCA season.
Toni Breidinger excited to spend another full season with Venturini Motorsports
The 24-year-old Californian made his ARCA Menards Series debut with Venturini in 2018 at Toledo Speedway, finishing P10. She has 16 top-10 finishes in 37 ARCA Series starts.
Breidinger expressed her feelings about returning to Venturini Motorsports as a full-time driver (via arcaracing.com):
“I’m really excited to run another full season with Toyota Racing and Venturini Motorsport. Working with Toyota Racing and Venturini Motorsport has given me the tools and resources to develop as a driver.”
“This is a great opportunity for me and I’m ready to take advantage of this moment. There’s a lot of work that goes on behind the scenes to make this come together, and I’m grateful for the support I can provide to pursue my dream.” I’m really grateful to my partners who not only believe in me, but believe in female athletes. I’m ready to start the season with Toyota and VMS at Daytona.”
Toni Breidinger made history last year by finishing 15th in his NASCAR Truck Series debut at Kansas Speedway. It was the best result for a female driver in her debut at Kansas Speedway. Truck series.