Fastline Motorsports welcomes back Tim Hortons Hamilton-based team to compete in NASCAR Canadian Tire Series HAMILTON, Ontario (January 26, 2007) -- Fastline Motorsports is pleased to announce the return of Tim Hortons as a sponsor for 2007 of...
Fastline Motorsports welcomes back Tim Hortons
Hamilton-based team to compete in NASCAR Canadian Tire Series
HAMILTON, Ontario (January 26, 2007) -- Fastline Motorsports is pleased to announce the return of Tim Hortons as a sponsor for 2007 of Team Fastline and NASCAR Canadian Tire Series drivers Jeff and Jim Lapcevich.
"Tim Hortons is proud to be a sponsor of Fastline Motorsports. We've had a long-standing relationship with the Lapcevich brothers since 1990 and it's great to see that all of their hard work and dedication has resulted in some spectacular victories," stated David McMullen, Vice President, Regional Marketing and National Promotions. "In addition, we appreciate their on-going support of the Tim Horton Children's Foundation throughout the years."
About Jeff Lapcevich:
Jeff Lapcevich finished the 2006 CASCAR Super Series with four top-ten and two top-five finishes including a win in the Griddly Headz 100 at the Grand Prix of Edmonton and a second place finish on the Mosport International Raceway Road Course. Jeff Lapcevich began his career on road circuits, and the experience acquired in this form of motorsport has developed into a successful career on the CASCAR tour, as he has won six road course events in the past four years in CASCAR.
About Jim Lapcevich:
In 2006, Jim Lapcevich captured seven top-ten finishes in the CASCAR Super Series and two top-five finish with a fourth place finish at the Mosport International Raceway Road Course and at the Grand Prix of Montreal. With a strong background in oval track events, Jim Lapcevich has progressed from the Saturday night "bull-rings" to become one of the top drivers in CASCAR, with several victories in this national series. With a strong competitive desire, Jim will always be in the hunt vying for that checkered flag.
About Fastline Motorsports:
The Fastline Motorsports, www.FastlineMotorsports.ca, team cars are based on the 2007 Chevrolet Monte Carlo body with a 107.5-inch wheelbase, which sits on top of the tried and true McColl Racing Enterprises chassis. The 355-cubic inch small-block Chevrolet engine from AP Racing Engines produces over 500 horsepower, and this power is transferred to the car's rear wheels by a four-speed transmission. Headed by father Joe Lapcevich, and with an experienced and devoted crew of 12 others, this two-car team demonstrates the professionalism, ability, and confidence to represent this exciting sport both on and off the track.
About NASCAR Canada:
NASCAR Canada supports the continued growth of the NASCAR fan base and further extends the popular NASCAR brand in Canada through sponsorship and licensing opportunities, marketing initiatives, multi-platform media programs and grassroots projects. Established in June 2004, NASCAR Canada is a joint relationship between NASCAR and TSN, and is operated by TSN Events.
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