Maine racing fans will have their eyes on the #29 truck in the NASCAR Camping World Series race in Daytona this week.

Fort Kent's young driver, Austin Theriault, makes his truck series debut at the most famous track in the country.

The 20-year-old Aroostook County kid will drive the #29 Ford truck owned by NASCAR Sprint Cup champ Brad Keslowski. He will drive the truck in 13 of the 23 races during the season.

The NextEra Energy Resources 250 race is Friday night.