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Fri, 01 Mar 2013, 19:50 PM

BetonBrogdon.com Goes Live to Help Drive Pro Stock Veteran into K&N Horsepower Challenge
Courtesy of Rob Geiger
Photo copyright 2013 Roger Richards





PHOENIX --

Rodger Brogdon
www.ProtectTheHarvest.com driver Rodger Brogdon needs fans to bet on him for a seat in the K&N Horsepower Challenge.

Fans can go to BetonBrogdon.com and vote to put the veteran Pro Stock driver in the K&N Horsepower Challenge, a special race to be held April 6 at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

The Challenge is an invitation-only event for eight elite drivers in the ultra-competitive Pro Stock class: Seven drivers with the most qualifying points since last year's Challenge, and one voted in by the fans. That's where Brogdon needs your help through BetonBrogdon.com.

Fans can also learn more about Brogdon, the K&N Horsepower Challenge and the K&N Horsepower Challenge Sweepstakes by logging on to BetonBrogdon.com.

Brogdon has been racing Pro Stock full time since 2009 and finished in the top 10 in the final points standings in 2010-2011. Last year, Brogdon's team went through a transition period after acquiring an in-house engine program. Brogdon sat out six races but still managed to finish 12th in the points standings.

Visit www.ProtectTheHarvest.com, www.MavTV.com and www.LucasOil.com for more info.





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