(MILLVILLE, N.J. – May 28, 2014) – Justin Boston broke into the victory column recently, winning his first-ever ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards race.

Now, the Baltimore, Maryland native will have a homecoming of sorts when he races at New Jersey Motorsports Park this weekend. He also will have plenty of momentum behind him.

“I really like road course racing and I am excited for our chance this weekend at New Jersey Motorsports Park,” Boston said. “We ran in the top-five for most of the race last year and I think our ZLOOP Computer and Electronic Recycling Centers – JACO Environmental Toyota Camry will unload stronger than it left the track last year.”

Boston will try to build on the strong showing Venturini Motorsports has had at the track. Since 2008, Venturini Motorsports has collected 20 starts at the Millville, N.J., facility. Between 17 different drivers, the Concord, N.C.-based organization has two top-five finishes, seven top-10 finishes, an average starting position of 13.35 and an average finishing position of 16.1.

Boston will pilot Chassis VMS No. 75 in the Great Railing 150 at New Jersey Motorsports Park. This chassis made its race debut on February 27, 2010 at Palm Beach International Raceway with Mikey Kile. The chassis has history at New Jersey Motorsports Park, Palm Beach International Raceway and Road America piloted by drivers including Boston, Kile, George Miedecke, and Brennan Poole. Boston last drove this Kevin Reed-prepared Toyota Camry from the eighth position and finish in sixth place at New Jersey Motorsports Park in 2013.

At New Jersey last year, Boston qualified eighth and finishing in sixth-place in 2013.

Since entering the ARCA Racing Series in 2013, the 24-year old has logged 26 starts, earning nine top-five finishes and 17 top 10’s.

Race coverage for the Great Railing 150 will be aired live starting at 1:30 p.m. ET on Sunday, June 1 with timing and scoring as well as a live internet broadcast through the ARCA Racing Network (ARN) online at arcaracing.com.

Boston carrying momentum into New Jersey