LOUDON, NH (July 15, 2016) – Tommy Baldwin Racing (TBR) will honor the memory of longtime NASCAR Whelan Modified Tour Championship Car Owner, Mario Fiore with a special paint scheme on their Advanced Patient Care (APC) / Nikko RC No. 7 Chevrolet this weekend at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Fiore passed away last month of an undisclosed illness at age 65.
The No. 44 team was always part of the NASCAR Modified conversations from the 1970’s through the early 2000’s within the context of winning. In 2000, Fiore and company took Championship honors with Jerry Marquis behind the wheel.
In addition to the Series title, Fiore’s team won championships at five New England short tracks over the years.
Baldwin ran a poll on their Facebook page for the fans to vote on their favorite paint scheme. The iconic Teddy Bear Pools Pontiac was the overwhelming choice.
“Modified racing lost a man who made history in Northeast Modified racing,” said Tommy Baldwin, “He had a competitive spirit but, he was always willing to help another racer. He was one of the most well-respected people in the modified community. I’m glad we have the opportunity to tell his story and showcase the car which represents a lot of success.”
Amongst the drivers that won races for Team Forty-Four are Marquis, Reggie Ruggiero (pictured), Rick Fuller, Greg Sacks and Mike Stefanik.
HUNTERSVILLE, N.C. (July 14, 2016) – BK Racing announced the signing of Skuttle Tight as an associate sponsor on David Ragan’s No. 23 Brandeis Camry at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Skuttle Tight has previously sponsored Ragan’s many racing endeavors throughout the years.
With many years of experience in the construction industry, Skuttle Tight sets out to address the many issues of the conventional attic hatch entry system. They currently produce an all-in-one attic access entry system which is insulated, uses a gasket, is easy to install, and is virtually invisible. Skuttle Tight is committed to having the highest quality, affordable product on the market. They currently have production capabilities of up to 300,000 units per year.
“We have been a big supporter of David Ragan in the past with his late models,” said Chad Kompelien, CEO of Skuttle Tight. “To have Skuttle Tight on board his NASCAR Sprint Cup Series car is really special for us.”
“We are proud to welcome Skuttle Tight to BK Racing,” said Chief Marketing Officer Doug Fritz. “Their commitment to David Ragan and his racing over the years is exactly what we look for in a partner for our team.”
HUNTERSVILLE, N.C. (July 12, 2016) – BK Racing announced today that Brandeis Machinery will sponsor David Ragan’s No. 23 Toyota Camry at the upcoming Combat Wounded Coalition 400 on Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Since 1908, Brandeis Machinery (a division of Bramco) has sold, serviced, and rented mining and construction equipment, products, and services in partnership with their suppliers from a base in Kentucky and Indiana. They offer full parts/service/planned maintenance packages and a rental lineup.
Brandeis is your full-service equipment dealer, offering new equipment, used equipment, heavy equipment rentals, parts, service, and rebuilds. For more information visit www.brandeismachinery.com
“For 108 years, Brandeis Machinery has been winning for our customers, and we are looking forward to a winning weekend with David Ragan,” says Tony Estes, Senior Vice President of Brandeis Machinery.
“We’re really looking forward to heading to Indianapolis Motor Speedway,” said Ragan. “Our Brandeis Machinery Camry looks great and we’re in the midst of a two-day test session right now to add to our notebook ahead of the race.”
“Brandeis Machinery has strong ties in Indiana and we are proud to welcome a regionally based company to our team for such an iconic race,” said BK Racing Chief Marketing Officer Doug Fritz.
The Crown Royal Presents the Combat Wounded Coalition 400 airs on NBCSN on Sunday, July 24, 2016, at 3:00 pm ET.