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Godfather Motorsports Unveils Trinity Oaks Ford
Posted by: newsla on Jul 04, 2013 - 03:32 PM
Godfather Motorsports Unveils Trinity Oaks Ford

Godfather Motorsports and driver Tyler Dippel unveiled their new, No. 1 Ford Super Late Model today on the campus of Trinity Oaks Senior Living Community in Salisbury, North Carolina.


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Even Mother Nature was a race fan on this day, pausing a weeklong deluge of heavy rain long enough for Trinity Oaks Administrator Bill Johnson and Marketing Director Ann Pressly to pull back the covers and reveal a shining black Ford Fusion Super Late Model, adorned with the Trinity Oaks logo and motto; "Never Slow Down."

Teenage driver Tyler Dippel, who will travel from his home in Wallkill, NY, to race in a number of Pro All Stars Series events in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia this season, mingled with a large crowd of Trinity Oaks residents and staff before firing up the car's 600-horsepower racing engine and rattling the windows of the facility.

"We had a wonderful day," said Godfather Motorsports owner Dave Moody afterward. "I was impressed with the number of residents who knew about and were interested in motorsports. I answered a lot of NASCAR-themed questions today, and I know we're going to see a number of residents and staff members at the speedways this summer."

"I had a lot of fun," agreed Dippel. "Everyone was really interested in the race car, and one lady asked me to give her a ride around the parking lot. It was like having 50 grandmas and grandpas, all at the same time!"

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