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Stock Car Steel To Sponsor Jason White In Bristol

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Stock Car Racing Topics:  Stock Car Steel, Jason White, Food City 250

Stock Car Steel To Sponsor Jason White In Bristol

Chris Knight
Pennington Motorsports
August 21, 2007

BRISTOL, Tennessee (Tuesday, August 21, 2007) - - Officials from Pennington Motorsports officially announced today the signing of Stock Car Steel as the primary sponsor of the team’s No. 08 NASCAR Busch Series entry for Friday’s Food City 250.

It will be the second NASCAR sanctioned event of the weekend for White, as he is also scheduled to compete in Wednesday’s O’Reilly 200 at BMS behind the wheel of the No. 7 Hooters Energy Drink Dodge Ram.

Mooresville, North Carolina based Stock Car Steel is a leader in Motorsports as one of the sole suppliers of metals to all three top’s NASCAR top divisions as well as a plethora of Late Model Stocks teams and other racing-based tracks and series around in Charlotte.

Stock Car Steel has been a long-time supplier of NASCAR driver Jason White and the new business venture between White, Pennington Motorsports and SCS (Stock Car Steel) has seen the relationship build into more, much more.

“We are extremely overjoyed about carrying Stock Car Steel’s colors and logos this weekend at Bristol Motor Speedway,” said White, who plans to make his 41st career NBS start Friday night. “To have the opportunity to carry the decals of such a leader in the Motorsports industry says a lot for our team as a whole. We are heading to Bristol with the intention of delivering a message, with a little luck, we’ll be successful.”

“We will attempt to make our second Busch Series start this season and Bristol has always been a track I’ve been very fond of. I hope that we’re able to produce some strong results in practice, qualify towards the front and inch our way to a potential top-10 finish.”

White added, “There’s no doubt that the extra track time during our primary focus on the NASCAR Craftsman Truck side will pay off for us on the Busch side. The track has been repaved and I had the opportunity to test on it and it was such a smooth track, a lot different that what we’ve been accustomed to in the past. The racing should be great and we’re looking forward to putting our Stock Car Steel Dodge in the mix.”

For more information on Stock Car Steel, please visit StockCarSteel.com

MEDIA CONTACT:

NAME: Chris Knight, Pennington Motorsports

PHONE: 239.834.9797

EMAIL: Knight849@aol.com

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