RICHMOND, Va. – After successfully serving gourmet tacos to the downtown Richmond business district for many lunch breaks over the past few years, the well regarded Boka restaurant has announced plans to enter their famed food truck into the Daytona 500 race next year. The Daytona 500, one of two Sprint Cup races, is often considered one of the most prestigious races in the country, and next year will mark the first time that a Boka food truck (competing as the “Boka Race Crew”) has competed. “We couldn’t be more excited about this opportunity,” commented Boka employee Mark Richardson. “We’ve spent years racing to the business district to get the best parking spot on Cary Street, and our maneuvering skills have become pretty solid thanks to the downtown traffic.” In a recent press release, the Boka Race Crew also mentioned that they’ve outfitted their leading food wagon to be race-ready, with multiple performance upgrades and mechanical enhancements. “We were going to throw some kind of nos in the fuel line, but we were worried that it may cause one of the meat grills to blow.” In keeping with their business model, the Boka Race Crew plans to serve their signature tacos before & after the event.