Lafferty to Chicago, with MB Motorsports
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
July 19, 2012
(Concord, NC) – Chris Lafferty and MB Motorsports are pleased to announce that they will be teaming up this week for the American Ethanol 225 this Saturday night under the lights at Chicagoland Speedway. Piloting the No. 65, Chris Lafferty is happy to be bringing his nationally syndicated FOX Sports TV show “Chris Lafferty’s Motorsports TV” to ride on the hood of the MB Motorpsorts truck. This will mark Lafferty’s first career start at the 1.5 mile tri-oval. Lafferty and Mike Mittler have been working on teaming up for some time and both are looking forward to this weekend.
“I’m extremely excited about the opportunity to kick off this partnership with Mike Mittler in Chicago. MB Motorsports and Mike Mittler have had a long and highly respectable tenure in the truck series and I can hardly believe that I’m getting the opportunity to drive for Mike (Mittler)”, said Lafferty. Fans of Lafferty will be glad to know that “Chris Lafferty’s Motorsports TV” has been given the green light for season two of this nationally syndicated hit “edu-comedy” on FOX Sports Network.
About “Chris Lafferty’s Motorsports TV”
“Chris Lafferty’s Motorsports TV” is an exciting hit show that began airing nationwide on Fox Sports Network earlier this year that gives fans an in-depth, behind the scenes look at the motorsports industry; told in a way that only Chris Lafferty can tell.
Filming for season two will begin soon covering even more behind the scenes look at the motorsports industry as well as numerous appearances with big name NASCAR and racing stars alike! Stay tuned to www.LaffertyTV.com or find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/LaffertyTV for all the latest news, previews and special offers!
To learn more about sponsorship opportunities with Chris Lafferty, Lafferty TV or Lafferty Motorsports, contact David Neal at David@laffertymotorsports.net. You’ll be happy when you discover the power of what “Lafferty TV” can do for you!
All of the action can be seen on SPEED, qualifying is set for 4 p.m. Saturday with 150 laps of action-packed racing beginning at 8 p.m. (all times eastern).