Team Sticker Dude teams with Toyota Motor Sales, USA Team owners, Steven Federico and Luke Zoetmulder, are proud to announce the Toyota Tundra as the Official Pit Support Truck of Team Sticker Dude Racing. Team Sticker Dude Racing has...
Team Sticker Dude teams with Toyota Motor Sales, USA
Team owners, Steven Federico and Luke Zoetmulder, are proud to announce the Toyota Tundra as the Official Pit Support Truck of Team Sticker Dude Racing.
Team Sticker Dude Racing has partnered with Toyota Motor Sales, USA to promote the all-new 2007 Toyota Tundra, as the team travels throughout the Midwest, competing on the Lucas Oil World Series of Off-Road Racing 2007 Tour.
The Toyota Tundra Crew Max will be put through the paces, hauling crew members and a support trailer to all seven stops of the 2007 WSORR Tour. When the Tundra isn't on "the job", it will be on display, for race fans and truck enthusiasts alike, in the Team Sticker Dude Racing pit area. The goal of this partnership is to draw the truck consumer to the Toyota Tundra and into the local dealership for a closer look. It will be a great sales tool for the Toyota dealers in every market Team Sticker Dude Racing visits.
"Whether we carry a truck full of pit crew members, or haul the race team support trailer, the 2007 Toyota Tundra will easily handle the load," commented Steven Federico.
"The World Series of Off-Road Racing is the ideal marketplace to draw the attention of potential truck buyers," added Luke Zoetmulder.
The all-new, designed and built in America, 2007 Toyota Tundra is the truck that's changing it all.
In 2006, Toyota produced more than 1.55 Million vehicles and 1.4 million engines at its North American manufacturing facilities. By 2008, Toyota will have the annual capacity to build nearly 2 million cars and trucks in North America. Annual purchasing of parts, goods and services from North America suppliers totaled more than $29 Billion.
Veteran competitor, Steven Federico, competes in the ultra-competitive WSORR PRO-Light (compact pickup truck) division in his #24 Toyota Tacoma. Steven hopes to compete with Toyota Tundra in the high-horsepower ranks of PRO-2WD in the near future.
Luke Zoetmulder competes in the "Formula One" of off-road racing, the WSORR Super Buggy division. Luke will pilot his Toyota-powered buggy against the best Super Buggy drivers in the country.