Esports
03 Jun
-
03 Jun
Event finished
Formula 1
R
Styrian GP
09 Jul
-
12 Jul
Next event in
35 days
MotoGP
06 Aug
-
09 Aug
Next event in
63 days
R
Austrian GP
13 Aug
-
16 Aug
Next event in
70 days
NASCAR Cup
31 May
-
31 May
Event finished
07 Jun
-
07 Jun
Race in
4 days
IndyCar
06 Jun
-
06 Jun
Practice in
3 days
WEC
13 Aug
-
15 Aug
Next event in
70 days
R
Bahrain
19 Nov
-
21 Nov
Next event in
168 days
Supercars
R
26 Jun
-
28 Jun
Next event in
22 days
R
17 Jul
-
19 Jul
Next event in
43 days

BITD: PCI Racing Terrible's 250 preview

shares
comments
BITD: PCI Racing Terrible's 250 preview
Apr 28, 2005, 3:20 AM

PCI Racing debuts retro-paint scheme for Terrible's Town 250 Signal Hill, California April 21, 2005 Lightning is soon to strike the deserts of Nevada when Scott Steinberger and Jesse Jones debut their Toyo Tires paint scheme on ...

PCI Racing debuts retro-paint scheme for Terrible's Town 250

Signal Hill, California April 21, 2005 Lightning is soon to strike the deserts of Nevada when Scott Steinberger and Jesse Jones debut their Toyo Tires paint scheme on the Fabtech Trophy Truck. Where there is lightning, there is fire. PCI Racing's Jesse Jones is ready to grab the other side of the luck stick as he takes on Fabtech teammate, Kyle Taylor, who edged him out in the season opener at the Parker 425.

Steinberger is raring to go after sitting sidelined due to broken parts in the first 75-miles of the San Felipe 250. He said, "I have missed out the last couple of years on the BITD Terrible's Town 250 race and we are looking forward to a chance at grabbing a handful of the Bad Guy's cash!"

The new paint scheme will have a familiar look as the Fabtech Racing Team blends some of its history with the fresh new Toyo Tires for a special Retro paint scheme for this great event. Due to some engine parts shortages after the San Felipe 250, Old Number 7 will take on number 76 in efforts to earn PCI Racing's, Jesse Jones, points at this year's Terrible Town 250. Teammate Scott Steinberger will qualify the truck on Friday and start this year's race with Jesse Jones taking over driving duties at the halfway point.

PCI Racing® will be racing this weekend with heavy hearts. Kristen Beacham, wife of Race Prep Services Barry Beacham, mother of Taylor and Jordan, lost her battle with cancer and passed away this past Monday. Barry's passion for off road racing is only surpassed by his love for his family. Our thoughts and prayers will be with the Beacham family, as we ready for the Terribles Town 250 race. The entire PCI Racing® team will be dedicating our race efforts in the loving memory of Kristen Beacham. We will always remember Kristen's bright smile.

-pci-

Next article
CORR: Scott Taylor 2005 season preview

Previous article

CORR: Scott Taylor 2005 season preview

Next article

Bridgestone racing news 2005-04-29

Bridgestone racing news 2005-04-29
Load comments

About this article

Series Offroad
Drivers Kyle Taylor