MOORESVILLE, NC (May 20, 2015) – JGL Racing is proud to announce Kyle Fowler will pilot the team’s No. 26 PowerAll Toyota for the running of the Hisense 300 at Charlotte Motor Speedway this Saturday. This will mark Fowler’s 16th career start in the NASCAR XFINITY Series but the first with JGL Racing.
“I am excited to be driving the No. 26 PowerAll Camry for JGL Racing, a team that has the same desires as I do to strive and progress to the highest levels possible this weekend at Charlotte,” stated Fowler. “The Hisense 300 is always a great race, everyone brings their A-game when they come to Charlotte because it is in the backyard of the teams and the hub of racing. The track lends itself to racing in multiple grooves and depending on how your car is handling the conditions progress throughout the race. I look forward to working with the team and getting our No. 26 PowerAll Toyota on the track.”
Fowler has four previous NASCAR XFINITY Series starts at the Concord, North Carolina track with a best finish of 23rd. He also competed in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series event at the track last weekend where he came home with a 20th place finish.
The No. 26 Toyota will be joined by primary sponsor PowerAll this weekend at Charlotte Motor Speedway. PowerAll is the award-winning #1 selling lithium battery power jump starter in North America, South America, Asia, Australia and Africa. Based in Los Angeles, California – PowerAll is an ISO 9001 and ISO/TS 16949 certified manufacturer of automotive and lithium battery products.
“It’s fantastic to be partnering with a new sponsor and introducing them to the sport of NASCAR,” added Fowler. “I have personally used their products myself and I’m constantly finding new uses for their innovative high-performance devices. They have become one of my most used and valued tools in my tool box.”
To learn more about PowerAll please visit them at www.thepowerall.com .
The running of the Hisense 300 will be this Saturday May 23rd at Charlotte Motor Speedway and can be seen LIVE on Fox at 2:00 pm ET. It can also be heard on Performance Racing Network (PRN) and Sirius Channel 90.