Thomasville, North Carolina (November 1, 2010)--Rick Ware Racing(RWR) and KIDSEmbrace, a cutting edge manufacturer of children and toddler automobile safety seats look to capture magic once again with Stanton Barrett, this time at Texas Motor ...
Thomasville, North Carolina (November 1, 2010)--Rick Ware Racing(RWR) and KIDSEmbrace, a cutting edge manufacturer of children and toddler automobile safety seats look to capture magic once again with Stanton Barrett, this time at Texas Motor Speedway on November 6th in the NASCAR Nationwide Series in his #31 Chevy.
The last time Barrett and sponsor KIDSEmbrace were together was the May event at Darlington where the Hollywood stuntman led a handful of laps before falling to a 14th place finish at a track known for its brutality on race cars and competitors.
David Williams of KIDSEmbrace understands the market of NASCAR fans and has instilled the same high quality of safety that drivers utilize in their race cars to keep them safe every weekend. "Our seats feature the 5-point harness, head, neck, shoulder, and rib protection, just like the seats that are mandatory for NASCAR competition. We even use Sabelt harnesses just like those you would find in a NASCAR or top level European race car.", stated David.
KIDSEmbrace has taken their commitment to NASCAR and safety a step further and their first edition seat is a Dale Earnhardt Jr., National Guard seat, featuring the same uniform that Dale wears himself once he is strapped into race. "The parents love the seat but more importantly, the child actually wants to get in the seat! Children have a great imagination and when you place something as cool as a NASCAR seat for them to ride in they are instantly entertained. Making safety fun is a hard thing to do but KIDSEmbrace has created a line of seats that kids actually enjoy spending time in," stated Dave Williams.
"I'm really excited to be back with RWR and KIDSEmbrace," stated Barrett. "We had a great outing last time and I know we can do even better at Texas."
"The team has worked really hard this year improving the equipment and I look forward to getting behind the wheel for them again."
-source: rick ware racing