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RacingWest Fantasy Racing Game
The thirty minute show will feature NASCAR Driver Moses Smith. Moses, who is currently eighth in the 2009 NASCAR Camping World Series West, is entering his third full season. He recently received the prestigious “2008 Most Popular Driver” Award by his NASCAR fans. For the first time, balloting was conducted online resulting in an overwhelming global response to Moses.
BMR would like to thank the continued support of our race partners. We would like to welcome Copart Auto Auctions, a web-based automotive reselling agency, to the BMR family. For more information on Bill McAnally Racing and our race partners, please visit our website at www.billmcanallyracing.com. For more information on Moses Smith, please visit www.mosessmith.com. You can visit our sponsors’ websites at www.hasapool.com, www.whiteflyer.com, and www.tcitransportation.com .
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Copart, founded in 1982, sells more than 1 million vehicles each year online for insurance companies, banks, finance companies, fleet operators, dealers, the general public and others. Copart’s extensive inventory allows buyers to browse more than 50,000 vehicles each day.
Copart is a sponsor for Bill McAnally Racing during the NASCAR Camping World Series West series, appearing on the lower quarter panel and deck lid of the championship No. 20 NAPA Toyota of Eric Holmes and the decklids of the No. 16 HASA Toyota driven by Moses Smith and the No. 12 NAPA AutoCare Toyota driven by series rookie Paulie Harraka.
Holmes is first in the driver standings so far, with Harraka in 7th place and Smith in 9th. The Bill McAnally Racing team dominated competition at Toyota Speedway between 2001 and 2007, winning eight of 11 races. Holmes has registered three second-place finishes and one-third place finish in the past five races there.
The race, called the King Taco 200, will take place at 8:30 p.m. Saturday, July 4th, with practice at 11:30 a.m., 12:15 p.m. and 4:45 pm. Time trials are at 4:45 p.m. (all times PACIFIC). The race will be replayed on the SPEED channel July 16 at noon Pacific.