AdvoCare Allows David Starr to Focus at Bristol
Just as in many forms of sports, momentum is a key part of a NASCAR teams success and momentum is exactly what the SS Green Light team has heading into this weeks race at the worlds fastest half-mile racetrack. Over the last six races, the team has strung together six lead-lap finishes that include two top-fives and five top-tens. During the recent run, veteran driver David Starr has moved from nineteenth to eleventh in the NCWTS point standings and looks forward to continued success this week.
The SS Green Light Racing No. 81 Toyota Tundra will have a fresh new look this week at the Bristol Motor Speedway as premier health and wellness company AdvoCare will back Starr’s effort. AdvoCare will also be supporting David in both the Nationwide and Sprint Cup races at Bristol this week as the fourteen-year NASCAR veteran attempts his first ever “triple” in all three touring series.
“I’ve been using and endorsing AdvoCare performance and wellness products for over nine years and I can honestly say I believe in them. They also have energy, weight loss and skin care products and I use them all. My favorite is AdvoCare Spark® which is a vitamin packet you mix in water,” explained Starr. “I’m a pretty energetic guy and I can feel the energy and focus I get from using AdvoCare products.”
Between his busy race schedule at BMS this week, Thursday evening David will make an appearance at the Food City Race Night where he will sign autographs in the AdvoCare booth from 6:00 to 8:00 on State Street in downtown Bristol.
“For a company as large, well established and successful as AdvoCare to choose SS Green Light Racing and the NCWTS to market their products to the NASCAR community is a great honor for both the team and myself. AdvoCare is a leader in the vitamin and supplement industry and we are going to do our best to put the AdvoCare Toyota Tundra up at the front of the field Wednesday night at Bristol.”
In nine previous NCWTS races at the .533-mile Bristol Motor Speedway, David’s average start is 15.6 and average finish is 14.8. He has one top-five and four top-ten finishes with his best finish of fifth coming in 2005.
“I’m so excited to get to Bristol this week; we’ve got a new partner, the team has so much momentum and our performance has improved tremendously as the season has gone on. Bristol is such a cool racetrack with so much history. There is always a lot of action and excitement both on and off the track, I can’t wait to get there.”
The Boot Campaign and Zachry will provide associate sponsorship on the AdvoCare No. 81Toyota this week.
The O’Reilly 200 is the 261st consecutive NCWTS start for the SS Green Light Racing team and the 281st career start for Starr in the Truck Series. David has four victories, 47 top-fives and 114 top-tens through his 14-year career including two top-fives and seven top-tens so far in 2011.
There are 40 trucks on the preliminary entry list for the O’Reilly 200.
SS Green Light Racing PR