HRC - Employer Service Solutions comes on Board for James Hylton's Final Start JJORLANDO FL (Oct 11, 2006) - Stock car racing legend James Hylton will conclude his final season as an active driver on Sunday at Iowa Speedway. This season has...
HRC - Employer Service Solutions comes on Board for James Hylton's Final Start
JJORLANDO FL (Oct 11, 2006) - Stock car racing legend James Hylton will conclude his final season as an active driver on Sunday at Iowa Speedway. This season has been termed "The White Flag Season" and has seen Hylton compete in 15 ARCA RE/MAX Series events. "This season has really been an adventure" states the 72 year-old driver "I can't say enough about the way that the people in ARCA have treated me and my team...
Iowa race will also mark the addition of HRC -- Employer Service Solutions as an associate sponsor. HRC performs a host of Human Relations services for small to medium sized employers that do not have a dedicated HR function. Services provides include Regulatory Compliance Program and Policy Development, Family Medical Leave Act Programs, Employee Benefit Administration and Consolidated Billing, On-site / Interim Management Solutions & Services and Medical Practitioner Consulting / Support services. The HRC -- Employer Service Solutions website is: www.hrsolutions.biz
The Iowa Speedway race will also mark Hylton's 671st start in a major sanctioning body event. During the course of his career Hylton has competed in NASCAR NEXTEL Cup (601 starts), ARCA RE/MAX (56 starts), USAC Stock Car (1 start), NASCAR Busch (2 starts), IMSA (1 start), NASCAR Grand National East (6 starts) and NASCAR Grand American (3 starts).
Hylton has finished second in NASCAR NEXTEL Cup points on three occasions and has placed in the Top Ten in points 10 times. Hylton captured the 1966 NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Rookie of the Year award and was the winner of the 1970 Richmond 400 and the 1972 Talladega 500.
Hylton currently resides in 18th position in the 2006 ARCA RE/MAX Series point's standings. Hylton credits the leadership of ARCA for a large portion of his success this season. "Ron Drager and Joe Wells have been wonderful to us this season" said Hylton "they are under a lot of pressure to keep both the developmental teams and the independent teams happy. To my knowledge, they have done an excellent job with both. They have even brought the biggest name in the Motorsports racing world (Juan Montoya) into the series this year."
"I love ARCA plain and simple" states Hylton "they have been like a family to me this year and I am proud to be a part of such an outstanding organization".