BRAUN RACING EXPANDS TO THREE-CAR OPERATION AFTER ALLIGNING WITH TWO NASCAR BUSCH SERIES TEAMS MOORESVILLE, N.C.(January 18, 2007) -- Braun Racing is pleased to announce the alliance of its organization with two long-standing NASCAR Busch ...
BRAUN RACING EXPANDS TO THREE-CAR OPERATION AFTER ALLIGNING WITH TWO NASCAR BUSCH SERIES TEAMS
MOORESVILLE, N.C.(January 18, 2007) -- Braun Racing is pleased to announce the alliance of its organization with two long-standing NASCAR Busch Series teams, Biagi Bros. Racing and ppc Racing. As a result of the partnership, Braun Racing will field three NASCAR Busch Series Toyota Camry entries in the 2007 season.
Jason Leffler (No. 38) and Dave Blaney (No. 32) will be joined by John Andretti who will drive the No. 10 Toyota Camry during the 2007 season. The No. 10 will once again carry sponsorship from Camping World and its vendors.
"I'm very excited about this opportunity for Braun Racing to align itself with two very strong Busch Series teams," said Braun Racing Owner, Todd Braun. "With the knowledge of these two previous owners, Braun Racing will be even stronger in the 2007 season. In 2006 Braun Racing merged with Akins Motorsports and that partnership proved beneficial for both teams so we have high expectations for this alliance. We have created one team with the combined experience of four seasoned owners allowing us to compete on a level playing field in a series dominated by Nextel Cup team owners."
The alliance with Biagi Bros. Racing and ppc Racing adds to Braun Racing's existing network of marketing partners. Great Clips, Fan1st.com, Camping World and its vendors and suppliers, Hass Avocados from Mexico, and ABF Freight, and Fraternal Order of Eagles will all play a major role in the 2007 Busch Series season at Braun Racing.
With three experienced drivers and the support of Toyota, a proven on-track competitor, 2007 looks to be a record breaking year for Braun Racing and its partners.
-credit: braun racing
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