51 FIFTY Energy Drink to have 3 Teams Competing in the NASCAR K&N Pro-Series Race at Stockton 99 Speedway this Weekendadmin
Livingston, California April 30, 2013
This Saturday May 4th, 2013, 51 FIFTY Energy Drink will have three cars competing in the NASCAR K&N Pro-Series race at the Stockton 99 Speedway. Drivers Carlos Vieira, Ryan Philpott and “Young Gun” Jacob Gomes are looking forward to an exciting race on the 1/4 mile track.
Carlos Vieira #51 has been racing since 2007 but has only raced a handful of races in the NASCAR Pro Series. He is looking forward to race this division at Stockton because that is where he has raced other divisions in the past. He hopes his experience at Stockton will result in a good finish on Saturday.
Ryan Philpott #52 has been racing full time in the Pro Series. Last year he finished 10th place in points. Ryan has many years of experience with championships to show that he has what it takes to get his 51 FIFTY Energy Drink Ford to the front this weekend.
Jacob Gomes #86 at the age of 20 is poised to be the next superstar. He has natural talent that has played a crucial part in all of his main event wins. Jacob is currently racing in not only the Pro Series but also in the NASCAR Whelen Series and the SRL South West Tour. Look for big things to come from this kid.
51 FIFTY Energy Drink has been growing strong ever since it was released in June of 2011. With stores throughout California and now in Nevada, 51 FIFTY is becoming the hottest energy drink around. Besides having their own NASCAR team, they also have a Supercross team and are working on a Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) team. Visit them at www.51fiftyenergydrink.com for more information.
All three drivers will not only be representing 51 FIFTY Energy Drink but they will also be Racing for Autism. Race for Autism is a campaign that raises awareness and money to help families living with autism. Driver Carlos Vieira has been behind this campaign since 2007. Since then, Race for Autism has raised over $200,000 to help many families in need. For more information on Race for Autism please visit www.raceforautism.net.