Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing (SFHR) sponsor POWERQUBE is expanding its role with the team to sponsor SFH development driver Kyle O’Gara in the 28th running of the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals this week in Tulsa, Okla.
“First of all I have to thank POWERQUBE for jumping on board with us for this week’s Chili Bowl Nationals,” O’Gara said. “I am very excited to be back in Tulsa running in this historic event.”
O’Gara will drive in the dirt track midget event for RW Motorsports, a team owned by Steve Weirich, a close partner of SFHR’s.
“It’s exciting to see the support of our development arm as we strive to expand the team in all directions,” SFHR co-owner Sarah Fisher said. “POWERQUBE’s team has been a part of the SFHR organization since its development and we look forward to continuing to grow together.”
Anticipating getting behind the wheel of the No. 27R POWERQUBE machine, O’Gara is looking forward to racing in the J.C.T. qualifier on Thursday, Jan. 16, competing for a spot in Saturday’s 55-lap sprint finale.
“This being my third career dirt midget race, we have a bit of work cut out for us, but we are ready for the challenge,” O’Gara added. “I also want to thank my brother Andy (O’Gara), Sarah (Fisher), Wink (Hartman) and everyone else at SFH Racing Development, along with Steve (Weirich) for this opportunity.”
Brian Stewart, President and CEO of POWERQUBE, is looking forward to sponsoring the No. 27R entry at the historic sprint car event.
“POWERQUBE is thrilled and proud to be partnered with Kyle (O’Gara) at this great event,” Stewart said. “We look forward to a long-standing partnership as both Kyle (O’Gara) and POWERQUBE continue to build their brands in the United States and around the world.”
Coverage of the Chili Bowl will be shown online on racinboys.com through Friday, Jan. 17. Saturday’s finale will be shown live on MAVTV American Real. Log onto mavtv.com for a complete listing of channels.