Kingdom Racing's Brandon Wagner to Showcase His Indy Lights Car at the Creation Museum on July 29
Contact: Alan Litvak, Kingdom Racing, 832-878-7542, email@example.com
MEDIA ADVISORY, July 28 /Christian Newswire/ -- On Wednesday, July 29, Indy Lights driver Brandon Wagner will be showcasing his No. 32 Kingdom Racing car at the popular Creation Museum near Cincinnati, prior to competing in the Firestone Indy Lights 100 Race at Kentucky Speedway on August 1. The car will feature the Creation Museum's logo for the race, and Kentucky Speedway will offer museum guests race ticket discounts.
The Creation Museum, located in northern Kentucky and near the Cincinnati Airport, brings the Bible to life through a walk through history, featuring realistic scenery and computer-generated visual effects. Museum guests on Wednesday will have the advantage to meet Brandon, see the race car and transporter, as well as experience the 70,000 square foot high-tech museum. Wagner is scheduled to visit this Wednesday from 3pm to 5pm. "This is a wonderful opportunity to meet and greet guests at the Creation Museum, as we share a common goal in glorifying God." Kingdom Racing founder George Del Canto added "The Creation Museum is a powerful witness for the Lord and we are delighted to demonstrate our support for their efforts."
Kingdom Racing was founded with a unique mission: To Deliver God's Word through Motor Sports. The team's goal is to work with national entities to reach 1,000,000 men for Jesus Christ. Established in 2007, Kingdom Racing sponsored Davey Hamilton car entrants for the 2008 and 2009 Indianapolis 500s, becoming the first faith-vision team to compete in the history of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The team seeks partners to fund a full-time IndyCar Series entrant in order to further advance this kingdom mission. "The Lord has given us the IndyCar field to sow," said Del Canto, "and we intend to do so in a manner worthy of His name."
Ken Ham, founder and president of the Creation Museum, stated: "We are delighted to have Brandon and his Indy race car with us. It's wonderful to know that two major Kentucky attractions-the race this Saturday and our museum-can be used to proclaim the Gospel to so many people." Ham noted that this past weekend, the 800,000th guest came through the doors, and the museum has only been open a little more than two years.
Brandon Wagner, 21, started racing go-karts and winning at the age of 12. Wagner then went on to the United States Auto Club midget ranks and attained victory in the Ryan Newman Night USAC Midget race at South Bend Speedway in 2006. He has competed in four Indy Lights races this year, finishing 11th at the Freedom 100 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Alan Litvak (832) 878-7542