Bionic Band has sponsored Colorado NASCAR star Darren Robertson for a race at Tucson Raceway Park . Bionic Band was present at the race, introducing our products to race fans! Following is the press release for the event:
ROBERTSON RACING AND BIONIC BAND TEAM UP FOR TUCSON, SET SIGHTS ON AFRICA
DENVER, COLORADO (Monday, January 4, 2010) – NASCAR Whelen All American Series star Darren Robertson will make the trip to Arizona to represent Colorado at the Drivetech Racing School Super Late Model Phakisa Challenge race at ASA-sanctioned Tucson Raceway Park on January 8th and 9th. Robertson will be sponsored by Bionic Band, a product family created by Phoenix-based BMF Enterprises.
While a win at Tucson would be a great success for Robertson Racing and Bionic Band, a chance to race in Africa provides even more incentive. In addition to the $5000 first place prize money, the winner of the 150 lap Phakisa Challenge at Tucson will receive a paid trip to Africa to compete in the ASA Transcontinental Series FreeState 500k at the Phakisa Freeway Circuit in Welkom, Free State, South Africa. This includes a car provided by Drivetech Racing School, pit crew, and a guaranteed starting spot in the “Battle Between Two Continents.”
Robertson Racing and Bionic Band anticipate success as they merge their innovation into a common goal. Bionic Band is a new technology that, when worn close to your skin, aligns the protons in your body and provides added energy, balance, and strength. Bionic Band does this by tuning your body to its intended frequency, therefore protecting it from the frequencies radiating from things such as cell phones and computers. Robertson Racing joins a recognized group of Bionic Band team members, such as the Arizona Cardinals football team and several Olympic athletes.
Robertson Racing will meet Bionic Band’s technology with their own type of innovation in the auto racing world. Family based and goal oriented, Robertson Racing is always working to remain on the cutting edge of racing expertise. Twenty-three year old driver Darren Robertson has high hopes these efforts will pay off this weekend at the 3/8 mile semi-banked paved oval. “We have been fairly successful at Tucson in the past, and hope to come out of the weekend with a win,” Robertson stated. “I’m really thankful for the opportunity to team up with Bionic Band, and excited to see the results of wearing a Bionic Band during the race this weekend.”
Robertson will face a strong field of competitors from western racing hubs like Irwindale and Las Vegas, as well as ASA past winner Scott Rueschenberg and strong local competition, including the reigning Tucson Raceway Park champion Matt Levin. The event has generated a lot of interest and “might end up being simply the biggest race in Tucson Raceway Park history,” says Mark Ebert of Tucson Raceway Park.