ABF Racing was launched in 2006 as a primary and associate sponsor of race cars fielded by Braun Racing in the NASCAR Nationwide Series (then known as the Busch Series). The Nicorette 300 race at Atlanta Motor Speedway on March 18, 2006, marked the inaugural appearance of the No. 32 ABF U-Pack Moving Chevrolet driven by Jason Leffler. Dave Blaney also piloted the No. 32 ABF car at select races in 2006 when Leffler moved into the No. 38 Chevrolet.
Braun fielded a trio of Toyota Camry entries in 2007. ABF was an associate sponsor for all three entries, including the No. 10 driven by Dave Blaney, the No. 38 driven by Jason Leffler, and the No. 32, driven in select races by Brian Vickers. ABF Racing helped make history when Blaney captured Toyota Camry’s first NASCAR Nationwide series pole at California Speedway.
In its third season, ABF Racing sponsored the car driven by Brain Vickers in eight Nationwide Series races beginning with the 2008 season opener at Daytona. Vickers piloted the No. 32 entry at Atlanta Motor Speedway, Texas Motor Speedway Michigan International Speedway, California Speedway, and Kansas Speedway.
During select events where Braun Racing’s stable expanded to three cars, Vickers and ABF Racing competed as the No.10 entry, including at Daytona International Speedway, Lowe’s Motor Speedway, and Bristol Motor Speedway.
When ABF was the primary sponsor, the racecar took to the track bearing the ABF name and insignia with the driver and pit crew all decked out in ABF Racing apparel. ABF also served as a full-time major associate sponsor of the No. 38 Great Clips Toyota Camry driven by Jason Leffler.
ABF Racing returned to the track in 2009 as an associate sponsor of the No. 38 Great Clips Toyota Camry driven by Jason Leffler. It was ABF’s fourth consecutive year as a sponsor of race cars owned by Braun Racing. Leffler, who had finished ninth in the 2008 NASCAR Nationwide Championship point standings, made a run for his first NASCAR Nationwide Series title in 2009 piloting the No. 38 car.
In 2010, ABF served as a primary sponsor of Braun Racing’s No. 10 Toyota Camry for seven races in the NASCAR Nationwide Series. Veteran driver Jason Leffler piloted the No. 10 ABF Camry. ABF once again served as an associate sponsor on the No. 38 Toyota Camry.
After the acquisition of Braun Racing by Turner Motorsports, ABF Racing partnered with Turner to sponsor its No. 30 Chevrolet in the NASCAR Nationwide Series. The ABF colors and logo are set to adorn the hood of the No. 30 Impala in four NASCAR Nationwide Series events, piloted by NASCAR Camping World Truck Series young gun, James Buescher.