MOORESVILLE, N.C. – Tommy Baldwin Racing has tabbed Bryan Narducci to drive the No. 7NY modified for the Twisted Tea Open Modified 80 at Stafford Motor Speedway on June 14.
Midstate Air Compressors and Compressed Air USA will serve as the primary sponsor on the No. 7NY for Narducci during the event.
Connecticut-based Midstate Air Compressors provides high quality, fast and reliable air compressor sales and services at an affordable price. Compressed Air USA is an online store that provides a step-by-step process allowing for compressed air to be shipped directly to the customer at an affordable price.
Midstate Air Compressors and Compressed Air USA will also serve as a primary sponsor at select NASCAR Whelen Modified races throughout the year with TBR.
“We are extremely excited to be partnered with Tommy Baldwin Racing for the 2019 modified season, and show everyone how simple it is to purchase compressed air,” said Midstate Air Compressors owner Sal Calvo. “Our product applies to a lot of the modified fan base, and we couldn’t think of a better way to show our support than in the motorsports industry.”
“I’m excited to be given the opportunity to drive for such a prestigious team and carry that No. 7NY on the car,” added Narducci. “It might take a little bit to get used to that much power, but I have a couple years of experience at Stafford Speedway. Tommy always brings a fast race car wherever he races, so I’m hoping to have a good run. Thanks to Midstate Air Compressors and Compressed Air USA for helping making this race possible.”
Narducci comes from an extensive line of race car drivers. He is the grandson of Ron Narducci, a New York Stock Car Ass’n Hall of Famer and NEAR Hall of Famer, as well as longtime modified driver Jerry Pearl.
Last year, Bryan Narducci was named the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Division III National Champion, R.A.D. Auto Machine Rookie of the Year and Stafford Motor Speedway Most Popular Driver.
“I’m excited to welcome Midstate Air Compressors and Compressed Air USA on board our No. 7NY Modified,” noted team owner Tommy Baldwin. “They have a lot of great ideas about their business model that will work well promoting within the short tracks in the Northeast.
“Watching Bryan over the years developing as a race car driver has been fun so far and I can’t wait to see what he does in the No. 7NY,” Baldwin continued. “We need to give these young guns a chance to see what they have.”