Brad Baker will be making his first '07 Busch Series start in the ...
Brad Baker will be making his first '07 Busch Series start in the #27 VIVA / Breast Cancer Research Foundation Ford Fusion. Baker qualified 22nd and finished 28th at Charlotte driving the #37 Kick Butt Energy Ballz / Brewco Ford on October 12th.
The Sam's Town 250 at Memphis Motorsports Park will be the third of three races where VIVA brand towels will partner with the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF) to help raise awareness and funds to combat breast cancer. October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and for the second consecutive year, VIVA will drive attention to this serious issue by showcasing a pink paint scheme and a pink ribbon symbolizing breast cancer awareness. The #27 Brewco Ford Fusion also ran the pink paint scheme at Kansas and Charlotte. Brad Baker and the Brewco pit crew will wear pink uniforms to support the BCRF. Also, the Kimberly-Clark trackside marketing display will have a special pink BCRF section.
Brad Baker on the Sam's Town 250:
"I'm really excited to drive the Viva / BCRF Ford Fusion at Memphis. I had the opportunity to test with Newt (Crew Chief Moore) and the #27 team at Nashville in an ARCA car recently, and we got the communication started that each team needs to be successful. I had a very good week at Charlotte with the #37 Kick Butt Energy Ballz Team, but now, in my second race, I've even more comfortable and looking forward to Memphis. I am very impressed with the dedication and work ethic by everyone on this team."
Brad Baker on the Breast Cancer Research Foundation:
"I'm honored that I'll be driving for Viva and the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. With our pink race car and crew uniforms, I hope that our team can continue to create awareness of breast cancer research and assist with raising funds for this foundation."