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It Was Bristol Baby!!

RWR took 4 cars to Bristol for last Saturday nights Bass Pro Shops NRA Night Race.  JJ Yeley was RWR's top finisher in 28th driving the PODS Moving and Storage #54.  Kyle Weatherman was next in the Belmont Classic Cars #52 coming in 31st.  BJ McLeod, driving the #51 Pinnacle Sports and Entertainment Chevy experienced a broken right suspension and finished in 32nd place and Josh Bilicki, finished 35th driving the AQRE.app #53 succombed to dangerous amounts of CO2 after a hose broke on his cooling unit.  

It was a great weekend with our sponsors as Nine Line apparel presented the Gold Star Families of Carteret County with a check for over $5,000 to put towards their monument building fund.  Other RWR sponsors, Jacob Companies and PODS also pledged $5.40 per every lap the #54 PODS Mustang ran, which ended up being 485 laps which was $2,619 from each sponsor to go towards the monument fund.  RWR is very proud of our sponsors and how they all work together on projects such as this.  

Next up for RWR and the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series is the throwback race in the Bojangles Southern 500 at Darlington on Sunday, September 1st at 6 PM.  We will reveal the paint schemes for the throwback race later this week, so be sure to check back with us!

 
 
 
 

 

Belmont Classic Cars returns to Rick Ware Racing at Bristol


Belmont Classic Cars returns to Rick Ware Racing, at Bristol Motor Speedway, in a special military tribute. The No. 52 Chevrolet will pay tribute to fallen hero, SGT James Slape.

SGT Slape, a Morehead City, NC native, was assigned to the NC Army National Guard’s 60th Troop Command, 430th Explosive Ordinance Company, based in Washington, NC. On October 4, 2018, SGT Slape paid the ultimate sacrifice after being wounded by an IED in the Helmand Province in Afghanistan. SGT Slape was honored on the No. 52 RWR Chevrolet in the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway Memorial Day weekend.

In addition to running a special paint scheme, Belmont Classic Cars and Nine Line Apparel have teamed up together to create a limited-edition t-shirt to raise money for the Gold Star Families Monument in Carteret County, honoring those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice in war, and their families. Starting August 29th, for every purchase, a portion of the proceeds being donated back to the monument.

“I am honored to be given the opportunity to carry SGT Slape’s name on my No. 52 Chevrolet at Bristol Motor Speedway,” commented Bayley Currey. “Andy and Dana from Belmont Classic Cars approached the team about wanting to honor SGT Slape at another race after having our night end early in Charlotte, and I can’t think of a better way to honor his sacrifices, than to help raise money for the Gold Star Families Monument in Carteret County.”

“We are honored and fortunate to be able to support this great cause. NASCAR and its fans are very supportive of the military community and we couldn’t think of a better way to honor the sacrifices that SGT Slape made for our country,” said Belmont Classic Cars owner, Andy Mistak.

As an added bonus for NASCAR fans, Belmont Classic Cars is giving away a VIP experience for two, for any new or existent followers on Instagram. For additional information on Belmont Classic Cars, visit www.belmontclassiccars.com.

— Rick Ware Racing —

Pocono Organics Joins Jacob Companies as Primary Sponsor on the No. 51 at Pocono Raceway


July 25, 2019 (Thomasville, NC) – Rick Ware Racing welcomes Pocono Organics alongside Jacob Companies as the primary sponsor on the No. 51 entry this weekend at Pocono Raceway. Piloting the Pocono Organics, Jacob Companies Ford is Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series veteran, BJ McLeod.

Pocono Organics, one of the largest public-facing regenerative organic farms in North America, is located on a 90-acre parcel of land in Long Pond, Pennsylvania. Pocono Organics has partnered with Rodale Institute, the global leaders in Regenerative Organic Agriculture practices and research, to manage the farm and further expand this mission and message. 

"We are very fortunate to be able to partner with Ashley Walsh, founder of  Pocono Organics, and bring awareness about Pocono Organics on our Jacob Companies No. 51 this weekend at Pocono," commented Don Perry, owner of Jacob Companies. "Pocono Organics is leading the way with how natural foods will be grown in the future. It is reassuring to know that their foods will be grown in a way that will help later generations have safe and healthy foods."

"RWR takes a great amount of pride in participating with different companies by helping promote them on the NASCAR stage. After reading up and learning more about Pocono Organics, I am especially proud to have them on our car this weekend. As a professional sports team, we all are very particular about what we eat and want to make sure that we are taking care of our bodies as much as possible. Pocono Organics is showing us the future, right now, on how foods can be grown naturally and be a healthier alternative," said team owner, Rick Ware. 

For more information on Pocono Organics, visit their website at www.PoconoOrganics.com.  For up-to-date information on Rick Ware Racing and sponsorship opportunities, visit www.WareRacing.com or follow along on social media; Facebook, Twitter or Instagram



Pocono Organics

www.poconoorganics.com

Pocono Organics is the vision of Ashley Walsh, granddaughter of Doctors Joe and Rose Mattioli who founded and built Pocono Raceway. Her dream was to create a non-GMO Regenerative Organic Farm that would have a significant, positive impact on local and global scales by becoming a source of healthy food options as well as an educational hub to advance the efforts of Regenerative Organic Farming.

 

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