Max Johnston Makes NASCAR Debut with BRANDT Professional Agriculture and Young's Motorsports
Australian Dirt Track Racer will Compete in NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Event at Eldora Speedway
SPRINGFIELD, Illinois (12 July 2017) – BRANDT, a leading agriculture retailer and manufacturer of agricultural specialty products, will join Young's Motorsports with Australian sprint car driver, Max Johnston, for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Eldora Speedway. Johnston will pilot the 02 BRANDT Professional Agriculture Chevy Silverado for the July 19th prime time event.
Joining BRANDT on the truck will be Australian distribution partners BARMAC, a division of Amgrow Australia Pty Ltd, and GLOBE Growing Solutions.
"We are excited to put Max behind the wheel for his NASCAR Truck Series debut as a representative of BRANDT both here and in Australia, said Rick Brandt, President & CEO of BRANDT. "The Eldora Speedway race is one of a kind and we look forward to seeing Max's skills on the dirt track."
"I'm humbled at the opportunity to race in one of NASCAR's top tier series with BRANDT Professional Agriculture and Young's Motorsports. Hard work and never giving up is something I live by and I want to apply that as I make my NASCAR debut," said Max Johnston.
The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Eldora Speedway will air Wednesday night, July 19, on FOX Business channel.
A leading agricultural company, BRANDT consists of three divisions—Specialty Formulations, Retail Agronomy and Dealer Support—serving growers around the globe. Founded in 1953 by Glen Brandt and his sister Evelyn Brandt Thomas to help Illinois farmers adopt new and profitable technologies, the company has experienced aggressive growth under the leadership of President and CEO Rick Brandt. Innovation, technology and strong customer service are a few of the core beliefs that drive BRANDT today. BRANDT’s focus is providing the products and services that give growers the best opportunity for maximum return while building a stronger, healthier and more abundant food supply.