Synergy Racing changes gears with Daytona Prototype program New sponsor, driver line-up on tap for upcoming Porsche 250 ALTON, Va. (July 11, 2006) -- Synergy Racing announced today changes to its Daytona Prototype program for the remainder of...
Synergy Racing changes gears with Daytona Prototype program
New sponsor, driver line-up on tap for upcoming Porsche 250
ALTON, Va. (July 11, 2006) -- Synergy Racing announced today changes to its Daytona Prototype program for the remainder of the 2006 Rolex Sports Car Series presented by Crown Royal Special Reserve, including a new sponsor and driver lineup beginning later this month at the Porsche 250 presented by Bradley Arant at Barber Motorsports Park.
GlycoMax Performance Drink served as the primary sponsor of drivers Burt and Brian Frisselle and their run in Synergy Racing's No. 8 Porsche Doran for the majority of the 2006 season. Due to the exhaustion of GlycoMax's sponsorship allotment for this season, the Frisselle brothers have relinquished their position behind the wheel of the No. 8 Porsche Daytona Prototype for the remainder of the season.
"Burt and Brian have been with Synergy Racing since 2005, and they have been a tremendous asset to our team and to the development of our DP program," said Cole Scrogham, Synergy Racing team co-owner. "Burt and Brian are extremely talented young drivers, as well as highly driven and focused young men. I'm confident they have a bright future ahead of them on the racetrack."
Synergy Racing is currently seeking new sponsors and drivers for its Daytona Prototype. The team has a private drivers' test scheduled for next Wednesday, July 19, where the No. 8 Porsche Doran will debut its new aero package. Scrogham expects to make an announcement of the team's plans for the Porsche 250 shortly thereafter.
The Porsche 250 presented by Bradley Arant will be held at Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham, Ala., July 28-30.