Bost Motorsports

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Bost Motorsports is a former NASCAR Busch Series team. It was owned by Danny Bost and driven by a variety of drivers.

The team made its debut in 2002, originally a splinter of Bickford Racing. Running the No. 34, Daniel Johnson started 35th but finished 40th due to oil pressure problems. Carl Edwards also made his Busch Series debut for Bost at Gateway, driving the No. 9 Waterloo Tool Storage Chevy to a 38th-place run after suffering valve problems.

Jeff Fuller began 2003 with the team, qualifying 41st and finishing 24th. Rookie Regan Smith then signed a contract to finish out the year with Bost, posting three top-twenty finishes. He skipped the Aaron's 312 as he did not obtain a licence from NASCAR, with Tina Gordon driving to a tenth-place run instead. After the Winn-Dixie 250, Smith was released. Justin Ashburn, Wayne Edwards, Brian Tyler, Jeff Streeter, Dana White, Phil Bonifield, Bill Hoff, Blake Mallory, and Jerry Reary shared the ride for the rest of the season.

After Reary failed to qualify for the season-ending Ford 300, the team disappeared and has since shut down.

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