KBM starts the 2014 Truck season with Daytona.
A solid pit strategy and a never give-up attitude allowed the Florida native to rally from as far back as 29th to finish 15th in his fifth start at the .526-mile "Paperclip."
The results in Friday night's, fifth race on the 2013 schedule, forced the No. 18 down two spots in the NCWTS driver point standings to 11th.
A solid effort by the 22-year-old Miami Springs, Fla. native has allowed him to gain 12 positions in the NCWTS driver point standings since Daytona and currently sits comfortably inside the top-10 with 125 points.
The Onion hits a milestone this weekend with race at Joliet.