Nessa Motorsports had hard at Mesa Marin

Nessa Motorsports debuted their new Ford F150 at the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series race at Mesa Marin Raceway on March 26. Plagued by rear-end problems all weekend, driver Eddie Provence barely managed to get in less than two hours practice.

Nessa Motorsports debuted their new Ford F150 at the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series race at Mesa Marin Raceway on March 26. Plagued by rear-end problems all weekend, driver Eddie Provence barely managed to get in less than two hours practice. Rather than take a chance of having to miss the race, rookie David Star was put into the truck for the Saturday afternoon race. Starting 31st with a provisional entry, David managed to get the car to 29th place before the rear-end expired again.

The next race for Nessa Motorsports will be in Memphis on May 13th. Nessa Motorsports is still in search of primary sponsors for the Memphis race and the other five races they will enter this year. These events provide significant exposure and an excellent marketing opportunity for any company looking for maximum exposure. Racing today is the largest spectator sport in the world and the advertising advantages are endless.

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