BELL MICRO RETURNS TO CHAMP CAR TEAMING UP WITH RSPORTS LOVELAND, Colorado (April 6, 2007) -- Bell Micro, one of the largest value distributors of storage and computer products, is proud to announce their return to the Champ Car World Series ...
BELL MICRO RETURNS TO CHAMP CAR TEAMING UP WITH RSPORTS
LOVELAND, Colorado (April 6, 2007) -- Bell Micro, one of the largest value distributors of storage and computer products, is proud to announce their return to the Champ Car World Series Paddock with RSPORTS and Justin Wilson for the 2007 season.
The Bell Micro brand will be exhibited on Justin Wilson's No. 9 CDW/RSPORTS car as he races for the Vanderbilt Cup in the 2007 Champ Car World Series.
Bell Microproducts is an international, value-added provider of a wide range of high-technology products, solutions and services to the industrial and commercial markets. Our offering includes RAID, NAS and SAN storage systems, servers, fibre channel, software, computer components, peripherals and a wide range of maintenance and professional services. Bell Microproducts is an industry-recognized specialist in storage products and is one of the world's largest storage-centric value-added distributors.
"We are thrilled to be associated with a world class team such as RSPORTS and drivers Justin Wilson and Alex Tagliani," states Don Bell, President and CEO of Bell Microproducts. "We are optimistic that this will be a great season."
"We are very pleased to have Don Bell and Bell Mircoproducts join RSPORTS," said RSPORTS team co-owner Dan Pettit. "I am happy to continue a strong relationship that we had developed last year. Bell Microproducts is a tremendous company and I think that RSPORTS and the Champ Car World Series will continue to provide them with a great marketing opportunity."
Justin Wilson will return to the #9 CDW Cosworth/DP01/Bridgestone in 2007 after three successful years in the Champ Car World Series that included 35 top-ten starts, 29 top-ten finishes, four poles and three victories. His consistency on the track makes him a fierce competitor, earning him a second place in the Champ Car World Series Driver's Championship race in 2006 and was the recipient of the 2006 Greg Moore Legacy Award for his combination of outstanding on-track talent and dynamic personality.