Sponsors With Us for the SPRINT Showdown!

I want to ask you to help me thank the sponsors that are with us in Charlotte for the SPRINT Showdown.


Royal Teak is continuing their partnership that was started in Darlington. Royal Teak is one of the largest manufacturers of premium patio/casual furniture in the world, offering a wide range of Solid Teak and All-Weather Wicker collections. One of their goals is to ensure that during their manufacturing process that they are protecting the environment. Their facilities allow them to consolidate warehousing from their factories and then seamlessly distribute their product to their nationwide dealer network. Orders are quickly processed and shipped within days of ordering. Visit and click the 87 car to get special discounts.


We also welcome Rahenkamp Design Group as an associate sponsor for the SPRINT Showdown. Rahenkamp Design Group is a leading eminent domain and litigation support, land use planning, landscape architectural and development management firm in the State of Florida. Founded in 1986 by Registered Landscape Architect Eric E. Rahenkamp, Rahenkamp Design Group has provided quality work for over twenty years. Based in Tampa, Florida, in the Palma Ceia district, the firm has worked on various projects located throughout the State of Florida and the United States.


See the full press releases here.


Maddie's Place Rocks! with us for Talladega Nationwide!

Maddie's Place Rocks! is with us for the Nationwide race at Talladega this weekend. And to boot we've got an in-car camera so you can see what it looks like on the track from the Toyota Camry.



Great food, great entertainment - a concert venue and restaurant near downtown Montreal. Huge bands like Foreigner and Lynyrd Skynyrd, and fabulous steaks and seafood in the restaurants. Check them out; they even set up a new website - click here to view. And be sure to mention that you heard about them through me and you'll get 10% off of your dinner bill. Can't go wrong with that!


Alert Today Alive Tomorrow FDOT Sponsorship

Safety doesn't happen by accident! That was the message that we were helping to spread this weekend at Daytona.



We teamed up with the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) to communicate the important message from the Alert Today Alive Tomorrow campaign.  The bottom line is that  pedestrian safety is in all of our hands.  The FDOT's slogan is "Safety Doesn't Happen by Accident" and their goal is to reduce pedestrian fatalities by building awareness of some simple steps:




This was collaboration between the Florida Department of Transportation, Daytona International Speedway, NASCAR and NEMCO-Jay Robinson Racing to promote economic vitality, as well as the safety of Florida residents and visitors, during Speedweeks in the racetrack area.


Pedestrian safety is a high priority; we are all pedestrians at some point.


The simple steps above will protect pedestrians and bicyclists, which is our number 1 priority.


Click here to learn more about FDOT's Alert Today Alive Tomorrow campaign, and here for more information about FDOT.


NASCAR Acceleration Weekend 2013

Are you ready to kick off the 2013 season? I sure am!


NASCAR has got this cool deal where fans can come out and meet the drivers, see the new Sprint Cup car up close, and experience a bunch of other stuff. It's part of a big weekend at the NASCAR Hall of Fame that includes the induction ceremony today.



I'll be part of the 9:30am autograph session tomorrow (Saturday, February 9th). Click here to see all the drivers that will be there, location, and entry. At $20, this is a really good deal.


Hope to see you out there tomorrow!  Thanks for being the coolest fans!


John Hunter Update

First I hope everyone is having a great start to 2013!


There are so many fronts to update you on, but I wanted to start with John Hunter. We started the year with the Allison Legacy Series championship banquet, where John Hunter received his trophy. He really had an impressive year last year, winning 14 races in that series - something no other driver has done. Some pictures:


Here's the crew:


...and the family crew:


Then this weekend John Hunter raced in SpeedFest at Watermelon Capital Speedway. Practices showed good speed improvements, and after qualifying he lined up 2nd to start the race. He remained in the thick of things in the first half of the race, but couldn't get the car started for the second half. When it finally did fire, he lined up last, and had a long way to go to make up ground - which he amazingly did. It was impressive to watch him drive past EVERYBODY on the track and take the lead. He was leading in the final laps, but there were so many cautions and caution laps (that don't count as race laps) that he ran out of gas, taking the possibility of a win away. But he certainly put on a driving clinic.



John Hunter is looking to race the K&N Series East this year as well as Super Late Model, all pending how sponsorships line up. There is still a chance to get your company on his car, just use the sponsor form that we have on this site.


John Hunter has his website going:  You can also find him on Twitter by clicking here and on Facebook by clicking here.


And stay tuned, as pretty soon we'll be able to talk about the exciting things we've got going on for the Sprint Cup and Nationwide programs this year.


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