White Grateful Following First Racing Experience in Australia

Inside Line Promotions - LINDSAY, Okla. (Jan. 30, 2017) - Harli White recently returned to the United States following her first trip to race in Australia.

"This biggest thing is I learned a lot as a driver," she said. "I think racing the 410ci (engine) will help me tremendously with the 360. The competition was really, really tough. I learned a lot driving-wise. My confidence is up and I'm super pumped for the season to start in the United States."

White, who had never driven a 410 winged sprint car prior to the trip, competed in 13 races at three different tracks throughout December and January. She said the highlight was being a part of Team USA when it won the Origin of Speed event, which showcased eight states and territories, at Valvoline Raceway in Sydney, New South Wales, on Jan. 12.

"It was such a cool event to be a part of," she said. "To team up with U.S. drivers and work as a team, which doesn't happen in racing, was a really cool experience. I think the trophy will be held at the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame so that's really special to be part of something that will be recognized there."

White said the trip was amazing for many reasons on top of the valuable experience she received behind the wheel.

"I really want to thank Paul and Gail Stirton and the A-One Charge Air Coolers team for the opportunity and support as well as Luke Stirton for letting me drive his race car," she said. "Thanks to all the wonderful fans and tracks and crews. Every track we went to had a great safety crew. We felt comfortable and the hospitality was great. The fans were amazing and really supported me."

White added that the trip was eye-opening and puts her in a great position when she kicks off the United States season next month at East Bay Raceway Park in Tampa, Fla.

"Racing throughout the offseason helps me not only physically, but mentally as well," she said. "I feel like I have an advantage for not leaving the seat for more than a half a month this offseason. I'm blessed and it was a great opportunity and I hope I get to do it next year."

White said her remaining apparel from the Australian trip is being shipped to the United States and will arrive in March, when it will be available for sale to her U.S. fans.


Feb. 23-25 at East Bay Raceway Park in Tampa, Fla., for the Ronald Laney Memorial


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White has various t-shirt designs ranging from youth small to adult 4XL available for purchase at her race trailer every time she competes and at http://www.harliwhiteracing.net/shopping/ .

Contact: Ben Shelton (msrmafia@gmail.com)
January 30, 2017

Blake Spencer Launches into the Cyber World; East Bay Up Next

St. Augustine, Florida (01/30/17) – Blake Spencer and Revolution Racing are the latest addition to the MSR Mafia and have launched a brand-new website at www.BlakeSpencer.com .

Blake is embarking on his 13th year of racing in 2017. This season will find Spencer piloting both the Revolution Racing #6 Bozard Ford Longhorn Chassis Super Late Model and the Revolution Racing #6 QuickLane Tire & Auto Longhorn Chassis Crate Late Model.

The 2017 season began for the team at Bubba Raceway Park (Ocala, Florida) on Thursday night during the opening round of the annual Bubba Army Winternationals. With 41 NeSmith Dirt Late Model entries in action at the 3/8-mile oval, Blake qualified sixth fastest in his group before registering a 3rd-place finish in his qualifier to lock into the 10th-starting spot for the feature. The finale would find Blake racing in the Top 10 throughout the event before crossing the finish line in 10th.

Friday's program found another $2,000-to-win event taking center stage for the NeSmith Dirt Late Model competitors at Bubba Raceway Park. Blake's luck wouldn't be as good as the night prior. After getting behind in qualifying, Spencer would struggle to rebound, and his night came to an early end with an 8th-place finish in the B-Main.

After seeing the $10,000-to-win finale delayed to Sunday by Mother Nature, Blake earned the 17th-starting spot for the 100-lap main event after winning a consolation race. Unfortunately, he would be an early retiree in the finale, and was credited with a 22nd-place finish.

“We had a much better car than what our results indicated, but we are still getting a few bugs worked out here and there,” said Spencer. “We’ve got a really great team in place, so I’m really excited about this season.”

For full results from the events, please visit www.NeSmithRacing.com .

This week will keep Revolution Racing in action in their home state as they make the trip to East Bay Raceway Park (Gibsonton, Florida) to compete in a trio of Crate Late Model events. Thursday night will be headlined by a $2,000-to-win event, while Friday’s finale will pay $2,500 and Saturday’s main event will post a $3,000 top prize. For more information on the event, please visit www.EastBayRacewayPark.com .

Blake Spencer and Revolution Racing would like to thank their principal and associate sponsors including Bozard Ford, Advocare, Robert & Sons Aluminum Inc, Ocean Grove RV Supercenter, Quick Lane Tire & Auto Center, Schaeffer Racing Oil, Hoosier Race Tire, Modern Images, Longhorn Chassis by Revolution Racing, Swift Springs, Racecar Engineering, Dynamic Drivelines, Sunoco Race Fuels, Ponte Vedra Golf Carts, Overhaul Services Inc., Bozard Parts & Performance, Radical Side Hydrographics, Penske Racing Shocks, NAPA Auto Parts, and MSR Mafia Marketing Services.

Please keep your browsers locked to www.BlakeSpencer.com for the latest team news and information.