By Brent Furdyk.

Frankie Muniz has just announced a career change, and he’s in for a fast-paced future.

On Wednesday, Jan. 11, the “Malcolm in the Middle” alum took to Instagram to announce he’ll be driving the No. 30 Ford Mustang for Rette Jones Racing, with a goal of winning an ARCA National Series Championship in 2023.

“Finally making my dream a reality, this one is for my son and showing him that you can always chase your dreams,” he wrote.

Muniz also issued a statement. “Ever since childhood, it’s been my dream to pursue racing in NASCAR,” Muniz explained, as reported by Yahoo! Entertainment.


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“I look forward to not only demonstrating my ability on the track and just how serious I am in progressing in my racing career, but also showing my son and family what it is to chase your dreams and re-invent yourself,” he added.

Muniz, who’s raced cars as a hobby for the past two decades, will make his debut as a pro driver on Feb. 18 at Daytona.





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