5-Hour Energy Racing Shakes the Bad Luck and Fights to a Top-Ten in Texas
|5-Hour Energy Driver Steve Wallace|
The rain-delayed O’Reilly Auto Parts 300 at Texas Motor Speedway started with Wallace in the eighth position. The 5-Hour Energy Racing Camry quickly climbed to fifth in the race’s early going and Wallace kept it in the in top-15 for 197 of the race’s 200 laps to roar into a ninth-place finish.
After the checkered flag at The Great American Speedway, Wallace leapt four spots to 12th in the Nationwide Series driver standings. He currently stands a mere 16 points from taking over the ninth position heading to Talladega for the Aaron's 312.
|No. 66 5-Hour Energy Racing Camry|
The white flag is about to wave on the Racing Scavenger Hunt Contest. All you need to do is find the 15 race car tokens on the 5-Hour Energy website and social media spots. Each token is accompanied by a code number and a code word that they keep track of on the contest entry form. When all the tokens are found, submit your form and you'll be entered to win a one-year supply of 5-Hour Energy shots. But you need to shift it into high-gear because the checkered flag will drop on April 30, 2010.
If you think you can make it in the long-haul and want to enjoy and all-expenses paid trip to the final race of the season in Miami, then you need to get into the Weekly Race Results Contest. This is a determination of that 300-plus mile stamina. The contest is simple. All you have to do is list the position that the #66 5-Hour Energy car finished in for every week through Oct. 23.
If you have the stamina and enter all the correct positions, you'll be entered to win the End of the Season Race Package for Two to the final race in Miami, including airfare and hotel! The catch is that race results need to be entered within two weeks of the race completion, after which that race's contest entry period will be closed.
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