It debuted in 2004 at Chicagoland Speedway as the #13 Arc DeHooker Dodge under the banner Daytona Speed Inc.. Although the team failed to qualify for the race, it made the field the next week at Pocono Raceway, qualifying 38th and finishing 43rd. It was Sack's first NASCAR Nextel Cup Series start since 1998. The team qualified for two more races that year, each ending with a DNF. In February 2005, Ed Rabbe Jr., who co-owned the team at the time, took off to form the #73 team with the ARC DeHooker sponsorship.
The 73 team was supposed to be an eventually a second car of the DSI stable. Sacks is expected to take the issue to court, saying Rabbe violated his terms of the contract. The team ran two races in 2005, both at Pocono, both resulting in DNF's.