Carter-2-Motorsports Has a Lot to Prove In 2007 STATESVILLE, North Carolina (Monday, January 8, 2007) - - When the green flag flies next month at Daytona International Speedway, Roger Carter, II with his Carter-2-Motorsports team will set sail...
Carter-2-Motorsports Has a Lot to Prove In 2007
STATESVILLE, North Carolina (Monday, January 8, 2007) - - When the green flag flies next month at Daytona International Speedway, Roger Carter, II with his Carter-2-Motorsports team will set sail for the first of 23 ARCA RE/MAX Series races in their freshman year of competition.
While gunning for several milestones this rookie season, Carter, II has bigger plans. Utilizing his 3400-pound stock car, Carter, II plans to promote his sponsor FreeFeds.org. A very unique and promising new avenue to the racing community in 2007 has the Carter-2-Motorsports team eyeing instant success and exposure.
FreeFeds.org. is a non-profit organization. Their sole purpose is to gain public support for adding parole for non-violent, non-repeat offenders to the federal prison system. They are of the belief that the federal justice system is in need of a total reform.
Free Feds Foundation supports all national, state and local incentives to instate the 5.3 million ex-felons in the United States with voting rights, so they will have their constitutional rights reinstated and have valuable input into our political system after almost 200 years.
"It's very true that we have a lot to prove this season, but we're up for the challenge," said ARCA RE/MAX Series Rookie-of-the-Year candidate Roger Carter, II. "In addition to our fight on the racetrack, we're continuing our fight off the track as well with our sponsors and our beliefs. We support our sponsor 100 percent and will continue investing all of our down time in making sure we spread the word about the Free Feds Foundation and H.R. 3072."
Overall, the Free Feds Foundation might be one of the most interesting sponsors to enter the racing world, but they are coming with burning intent, a package and a goal. While racing to a checkered flag may be one of Carter II's goals heading into his inception year, he is primarily racing towards broadening his horizons and reaching out to the race fans and non-to support the Free Feds Foundation.
"Everyone can help," he said. "We are looking for individual support and we are hoping that corporate American will step up to the plate and equally support our efforts. He added, "There is a lot to be done and I know our mission will help a lot of people when we succeed. We need all the support and backing the Free Feds Foundation can get and we look forward to talking, explaining and working with everyone all year."
Carter, II whose ARCA RE/MAX Series operation is based in Statesville, North Carolina will run Dodge Chargers in 2007. The team will run the No. 48 handed over from the legendary James Hylton who retired from ARCA competition following the 2006 season finale at the new Iowa Speedway.