Ragan to Debut 8-Hour Alert at Dover

 

Ragan to Debut 8-Hour Alert at Dover

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Thursday, 31 May 2012 07:34
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Ragan to Debut 8-Hour Alert at Dover FRM

David Ragan will bring the colors of MHP to the one-mile Dover International Speedway for this weekends 400-mile Sprint Cup Series event. Ragan will debut the companies 8-Hour Alert product on the No. 34 Ford. Fans are aware of their X-Fit and Power Pak Pudding brands, used weekly by the Front Row Motorsports pit crew, and now will have an opportunity to learn more about 8-Hour Alert.

The featured brand on Ragan's Ford this weekend is a dietary supplement available in tablet form. It is used to support feelings of energy, alertness and awareness for up to 8 hours. Each bottle provides enough servings for up to 14 energy-filled days. 8-HOUR ALERT is strictly intended for healthy adults 18 years of age and over who wish to combat normal drowsiness or fatigue and enhance energy, alertness and awareness for up to 8 hours. 

Ragan enters Dover International Speedway with 11 previous starts, all with Roush Fenway Racing. His best start is 14th and best finish is also 14th.


Comments from 8-Hour Alert Driver David Ragan Heading to Dover:

"MHP has been a lot of fun to work with this year. I enjoy working out, staying in shape and I've started using MHP this season. They came into the sport back at Daytona and we have had Power Pak Pudding and X-Fit on the car and also part of our pit crews. The supplements have helped our entire organization and I'm sure 8-Hour Alert will be just as helpful.

"We're going to need it to stay focused. I really think we're a better team than what we've shown so far. I look at some of the teams ahead of us, and I think we should be one or two positions ahead. And, really, it's just about the little things. Our MHP pit crew is getting stronger, faster and better. Our cars aren't bad, but we just need to concentrate to keep working on the whole package. We should be able to race in the top-25 each race. We're easily capable of doing that. If we can do that, we'll jump up two or three positions in points

"Hopefully we can start this month with a good race. Dover is a tough track, but it's also an opportunity for us to run well too. We need to stay aggressive at this track because things happen quickly. Be alert, I guess that is the best way to put it this weekend. A good race will be a top-25 and then we can start building on that."

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