LIFELOCK TO SERVE AS PRIMARY SPONSOR OF NO. 49 BAM RACING DODGE IN RICHMOND CHARLOTTE, N.C. (September 4, 2007) - BAM Racing is pleased to welcome LifeLock as primary sponsor of the No. 49 Dodge driven by John Andretti for this weekend's...
LIFELOCK TO SERVE AS PRIMARY SPONSOR OF NO. 49 BAM RACING DODGE IN RICHMOND
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (September 4, 2007) - BAM Racing is pleased to welcome LifeLock as primary sponsor of the No. 49 Dodge driven by John Andretti for this weekend's Chevy Rock & Roll 400 at Richmond International Raceway.
LifeLock, the leader in identity theft prevention, helps consumers to render their personal information useless to thieves, backing up its service with a million-dollar guarantee. LifeLock also offers the nation$B!G(Bs only child identity theft prevention service.
"BAM Racing is proud to partner with LifeLock for the remainder of the 2007 NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series season," said team owner Beth Ann Morgenthau. "The service that LifeLock provides - identity theft prevention - is critical to our team and our fans. We look to bring additional education on the issue of identity theft to the forefront of the NASCAR community."
News and Notes
* John Andretti has 20 NEXTEL Cup Series starts at Richmond International Raceway. He has an average start of 25.2 with a best start of 5th (05/15/99) and an average finish of 21.0 with a best finish of 5th (09/12/98).
* BAM Racing has eight starts at the .75-mile D-shaped oval with an average start of 36.2. The team has one top-20 finish at the raceway with a track-best finish of 19th (09/10/05) and an average finish of 27.4.
* The public can pay tribute to the military service of a family member or friend by purchasing a Tribute Star that places the name of the honored service member or veteran on the No. 49 Dodge. To support Paralyzed Veterans through the excitement of NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series racing, visit pvastartribute.org.
John Andretti on Richmond International Raceway "Richmond International Raceway is one of the best racetracks we go to all year. It's not a short-track but it's not big either. Richmond is real racy and a lot of fun. I haven't raced a Car of Tomorrow at Richmond, so this will be a new experience for me. It really doesn't matter what type of car you bring to the track, it will be just as fun."