Justin Youngquist announced Friday that Idaho-based company PowerSheen Tire Brite had partnered with Justin Youngquist Racing for the 2013 season earlier in the week.
PowerSheen has developed a groundbreaking tire dressing that protects and cleans tires that lasts up to four months. Not only that, PowerSheen users will not experience sling that other tire products create.
As it is a non-silicone based product, PowerSheen is a clear coat with a dry finish which does not attract dust like other silicone-based products. PowerSheen keep your tires looking better than new and blocks out UV rays which protects the tire from oxidation and cracking.
“We did some testing with the product and I was really surprised that there was no residue on the tire after we applied PowerSheen to it,” said JYR driver Justin Youngquist. “The tire looks like it should be wet but it is completely dry, I was really impressed,” said Youngquist.
Look for Justin to begin his season in mid to late May at Skagit Speedway and keep up-to-date with Justin Youngquist Racing on Facebook and Twitter.
Justin Youngquist Racing Partners with EF-65 For 2013
By Justin Youngquist Racing PR
Youngquist Racing and Youngquist Motorsports are thrilled to announce their
continued partnership with EF-65 Hand Cleaner for the 2013 racing season. Since
2011, EF-65 Hand Cleaner has been an outstanding supporter of Justin Youngquist
and Youngquist Motorsports.
Seattle-based company has partnered with professional drag racing team Don
Schumacher Racing and NASCAR team Ken Schrader Racing for the 2013 season in
addition to re-signing with local sprint car star Justin Youngquist.
versatile hand cleaner does not require rinsing which makes it a convenient,
safe, and effective product for Justin Youngquist Racing and Youngquist
Motorsports. EF-65 is a non-toxic, biodegradable, and eco-friendly product that
does not contain harsh chemicals or abrasives and removes grease, oil, and dirt
buildup from hands.
can be found at local retailers throughout the United States including Justin
Youngquist Racing partner NAPA Auto Parts. The EF-65 Corporation produces a
line of products to complement its original hand cleaner. The company’s entire
line, along with MSDS information and cleaning suggestions, may be found
by calling (800) 594-4465.
2012 Season Ends Sideways
By Justin Youngquist Racing PR
After engine troubles two weeks prior, Justin Youngquist ended the 2012 season on his side after contact on the 23rd lap of the 25 lap main event.
A race long battle with Kenny Rutz came to an end after the two young drivers made initial contact on the front straightaway and then again racing into turn one which resulted in the RiverCity Screenprinting number 56 of Youngquist to tip at the entrance of the corner. "I knew [Kenny] was really close every lap but wasn't sure which line he was running," said Youngquist. "Unfortunately it didn't end well for us, but there isn't a lot of things either of us could have done differently," said Youngquist.
A group of young diabetics were present at the race, cheering Justin on from green to checkered; the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation's first trip to Skagit Speedway. Justin, himself being a Type 1 diabetic, is a strong supporter and spokesperson of the foundation.