History making driver hopes to make history at legendary track
Hall makes Speed Zone debut!

(Charlotte, N.C.) The first full time Latin American driver in NASCAR racing history gets what could be his best or worst track experience of the 2006 season. " At Darlington, you either get it or you don't", were the words of the #49 Advil/Xtreme Hair Gel Crew Chief Kenneth Campbell.

"I hope he'll get it". Jorge Goeters will get his first ride on the track known as "too tough to tame", or the "Ol Lady in Black". "It's the track I've heard the most stories about from everyone at this race team", said Goeters. "Half of them love racing here, and half of them hate it".

Goeters hopes following Friday night's Busch race he will fall into the "love" Darlington category. "My Crew Chief Kenneth has already told me that at this track your not racing the other drivers so much as you're racing the track itself". One would think experience would be essential at a track like Darlington, but the #49 Advil/Xtreme Crew Chief doesn't necessarily think so.

"I think if you've been here and won, but if you've been here and haven't done well, it's a place you've probably developed bad habits." Goeters will be in the blue and yellow colors of Advil as his primary sponsor, while Xtreme Hair Gel will be an associate for The Diamond Hill Plywood 200. Also, Shane Hall will be in the #28 Speed Zone Energy Drink Race Car for The Diamond Hill Plywood 200. Jay Robinson Racing is excited to have such a great energy drink as a sponsor and looks forward to a long relationship in marketing such a product as Speed Zone Energy Drink. Speed Zone Energy Drink will sponsor Hall in the #28 car in Kentucky, Bristol, and the second Dover race of the season in addition to Darlington. Additionally Speed Zone Energy Drink will be an associate on the #49 Advil /Xtreme Hair Gel for the remainder of the 2006 NASCAR Busch Series Schedule.

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