Don't Mess With Texas 'Hot Rod' Fuller Battles to Regain Top 10 Points Standings HOUSTON, TX 9/19/05 This weekend's NHRA Fall O'Reilly Nationals in Dallas presents the perfect opportunity for "Hot Rod' Fuller, driver of the Houston-based David...
Don't Mess With Texas
'Hot Rod' Fuller Battles to Regain Top 10 Points Standings
HOUSTON, TX 9/19/05 This weekend's NHRA Fall O'Reilly Nationals in Dallas presents the perfect opportunity for "Hot Rod' Fuller, driver of the Houston-based David Powers Motorsports Top Fuel dragster to reclaim his position in the Top 10 points. The team stands only 52 points away from their goal and there's no better place to reach it than the famous Lone Star State.
"It's everyone's objective to get back in the points running this coming weekend," said David Powers, team owner. "Our operation originated in Houston and with Dallas being so close to home, this is one race we would really like to win."
The team chose to run a limited first season but plans to run all events in 2006 and beyond. However, even with the team's limited schedule they have still managed to stay competitive and right behind the number 10 position.
"Not only are we out to regain our points standing," said Fuller. "We're our also proud to announce that The 84 Lumber Company will be on as one of our sponsors along with Valvoline and Mac Tools."
84 Lumber has been a part of Power's homebuilding success and has continued to support him in his other interests. The 84 Lumber Company is the largest privately-held building materials supplier to professional contractors in the country. With more than 9,500 associates nation wide they are able to provide professional contractors, remodelers and serious do-it-yourselfers with quality building materials, supplies and expertise.
"Powers has a great relationship with 84 Lumber from his custom homebuilding company," stated an enthused Fuller. "I'm pretty pumped to show all of them what this Top Fuel dragster can do."