Go Fas Racing Announces Associate Sponsor

Corey LaJoie

Go Fas Racing is proud to announce that they have added David’s Electric as an associate partner for the 2020 season for select races!

David’s Electric will be represented as an associate partner on the No.32 Go Fas Racing Ford for the first time this weekend at Daytona International Speedway for the 62nd Annual Daytona 500. They will also be represented at Kentucky Speedway and both races at Bristol Motor Speedway in the 2020 season.

David’s Electric is a family-owned heavy-commercial electrical contractor serving the London, Kentucky area. Call David’s Electric at 606-878-4343 for any of your commercial electrical needs!

“As a lifelong racing enthusiast, I’m so excited to be part of the team for four races this season. It’s very exciting to kick the season off with our logo on the No.32 Ford for the biggest race of the season, the Daytona 500. I’d like to thank Terry Blankenship from Visone RV for the introduction and I’m really looking forward to a great year working together with the GFR team,” said David’s Electric owner David Poerio.

“We’re very thankful for the new partnership with David’s Electric,” said Go Fas Racing General Manager Mason St. Hilaire. “Being a small team like we are we are able to partner with these other small businesses and help each other grow. There’s a lot of great things going for our team on-and-off the track right now and our new partners like David’s Electric help us continue to forge our way forward. I hope all NASCAR fans in the London, Kentucky area consider David’s Electric for their electrical needs!”

Don’t miss David’s Electric’s first race as a partner of the No.32 Go Fas Racing Ford. The company logo will be represented on the lower-rear quarter panel of Corey LaJoie’s Ford Mustang as he looks for back-to-back top-10’s in the Cup Series at Daytona.

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