MAKE Motorsports Reenergizes For Kansas
MAKE Motorsports heads to Kansas dedicated to linemen with TJ Bell’s return
Shelby, NC (May 8, 2014) – Today, MAKE Motorsports announces they will be honoring the dedicated men and women that are electrical linemen and keep America's power on with the help of industry support. Veteran driver TJ Bell will debut the #50 Electric Line truck Chevrolet Silverado at the Fox Sports 1 televised SFP 250. The race will take place at the Kansas Speedway this Friday, May 9th.
This is the first race in 2014 for TJ Bell with MAKE Motorsports. TJ has drove numerous races for MAKE Motorsports dating back to the teams start in 2010. TJ will continue to be the flagship driver out of the MAKE Motorsports camp in the #50 Electric Line truck Chevrolet.
The #50 Electric Line Truck will continue to sport the logo in honor of the hardworking electrical linemen on the hood. The #50 Electric Line Truck will carry the logo of the ‘Drivin’ for Linemen 200, which will be held at Gateway Motorsports Park on June 14th, on the bed top, The #50 will additionally carry the banner of Utility fleet Sales, who is helping to make this dedication possible, on the rear quarter panels. The partnership is to bring awareness to these often forgotten hardworking people through industry support. The TV Panel will feature the hashtag #drivinforlinemen which is to be used for all of the efforts in support of linemen.
TJ Bell, Driver of The #50 Electric Line Truck, says "It is great to be back behind the wheel and especially with MAKE Motorsports. It is a true honor to represent the American lineman. I spent a week at an elite training center trying to learn what these guys do and it is unbelievable how hard they work. They risk their lives to keep us energized.”
The SFP 250 will air on Fox Sports 1 on Friday, May 9th and begins at 7:30 p.m. ET.
About MAKE Motorsports
Hailing from Shelby, N.C., MAKE Motorsports is a race team that competes in the NASCAR Nationwide Series and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. The moniker “MAKE” is made up of the first letters of the first names of the owners’ children – Mark Beaver’s son Mikey and daughters Amanda and Emily, and Tracy Lowe’s daughter Katelyn. For more information about MAKE Motorsports, please visit www.MAKEMotorsports.com, facebook.com/MAKEMotorsports or find them on Twitter (@MAKEMotorsports).