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TBM Brakes Returns as Official Brake of Nick Lascuola Racing
Posted by: newsla on Mar 14, 2014 - 05:23 AM
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TBM Brakes Returns as Official Brake of Nick Lascuola Racing


Nick Lascoula Racing is pleased to announce that TBM Brakes has agreed to return for 2014 as the team's "official brake".

 

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"It means a lot to me and to our team that TBM Brakes will continue to work with us to make sure we have maximum stopping power with both our Legends Car and our Late Model for this season," driver Nick Lascuola said. "We appreciate the relationship we've built and look forward to carrying that into our first full season of "double duty" this year with both cars. TBM Brakes are made in America and they come from a racing heritage so I'm totally confident in their performance on the track no matter what the situation."

Simpson Race Products has also agreed to continue its' partnership with Nick and the team. "I highly recommend Simpson Race Products to every racer," Nick said. "I wear their suits, helmet, gloves and shoes and I love them all. We're thankful to have them back with us this year as we step up our game and transition into the Late Model car full-time."

Voting continues for another couple of weeks in round two of the Search for a Champion contest presented by Champion Spark Plugs.

Nick was one of 15 racers in this year's contest who have already been awarded a $5,000 sponsorship and are now in the running for the $50,000 top prize.

"We are grateful for everyone's hard work in voting for us so far," said the 16-year-old racer with a smile. "We know it takes time out of the day to intentionally go do that and it makes me smile that so many people are behind us and pulling for us in this contest. We're humbled that Champion has chosen us as one of the $5,000 recipients but a $50,000 sponsorship would change our season for sure so we're working hard and hoping for the best."

Voting runs through March 23rd, after which all votes, video views and criteria will be reviewed and the Grand Prize winner determined.



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