JD Motorsports looks for good finish in Phoenix 200
Daryl Harr joins Mike Wallace at Phoenix International Raceway
GAFFNEY, S.C. - After leaving Daytona without the finish the team deserved, the hard working JD Motorsports with Gary Keller group look to rebound at Phoenix International Raceway. Joining Mike Wallace in the No. 01 Verve Bold Chevy will be Daryl Harr, from Alberta, Canada, piloting the No. 4 iWorld Chevy.
With Daytona in the rear view mirror, the team hopes to capitalize at the one mile, low banked track located south of Phoenix in Avondale, Arizona. The team is pleased to announce Vemma, the industry leader in healthy energy supplements, has joined Mike Wallace as marketing partner for the No. 01 team. The team will rely on Wallace and his experience at the track to bring home a good finish for the Verve Bold brand.
Verve Bold is produced by Vemma, maker of multiple liquid wellness products. The company, whose name stems from the key ingredients in their signature blend: vitamins, essential minerals, mango steam, and aloe, also produces regular and zero sugar supplements. The great tasting energy drink can be taken anytime without the worry of harmful side-effects.
Daryl Harr will step into the No. 4 Chevy with backing from iWorld, taking over for Danny Efland who had a strong run at Daytona. Harr is no stranger to Phoenix, having completed both races out west for Johnny Davis last year. Both cars are looking for strong runs to boost their position in the all-important points race.
Mike Wallace Quotes: “I am extremely excited that Vemma has joined our No. 01 Chevy at Phoenix. This is a very neat track, and a city that I love to travel too. There is always so much going on throughout race weekend out there, and the fans make it even more exciting. The Verve Bold product is great for a natural boost, and our team looks to use it to move past Daytona onto Phoenix.
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