MBM Motorsports is proud to announce DCX USA and 2D Rennsport will sponsor Dawson Cram in the #13 Ford Mustang for the NASCAR Xfinity Series Championship Race at Phoenix Raceway, scheduled for Saturday, November 5th.
DCX USA, LLC are industry experts in cloud and data center colocation, with applications in high-performance computing, artificial intelligence, and machine learning. Their six-acre data center campus in Goodyear, Arizona, DCX-GYR 1, is up and running, with additional locations in the central and eastern continental United States in development.
“We’re honored to sponsor Dawson and to have our brand associated with MBM Motorsports,” said DCX founder George Slessman. “The Phoenix area is our company’s home and the home of our new data center in Goodyear. At DCX, we’re all about the next phase in data centers and achieving results for our customers. Dawson represents the next generation of drivers, and MBM Motorsports is all about results on the track as well as for NASCAR fans. It’s a perfect fit.”
2D Rennsport, LLC will also provide support to the #13 team at Phoenix. 2D Rennsport is on a mission to develop talent and connect people in business and technology by hosting unique racing experiences. Their race experience packages can include track tours and race simulator time with a professional driving coach, invitation to team dinners, race weekend hospitality, and much more, with every experience tailored to the specific objectives of their clients. Learn more at 2DRennsport.com.
Representing DCX and 2D Rennsport on the track will be 21-year-old Dawson Cram. The Mooresville, North Carolina native already has a tremendous amount of experience in stock car racing, as he became the youngest NASCAR team owner in history when he and his father Kevin Cram co-owned Cram Racing Enterprises in the 2020 and 2021 seasons. Dawson has already accrued 30 Truck starts in his career, including two at Phoenix Raceway, where he will drive for MBM in the Xfinity Series for the first time.
“I am very excited to be teamed up with MBM Motorsports and the great people at DCX.us and 2D Rennsport for the season finale at Phoenix. I’m excited and honored to be a part of championship weekend, especially while being teamed up with such a great group!” said driver Dawson Cram.
The NASCAR Xfinity Series on-track action gets underway with a 50-minute practice on Friday, November 4th at 7 pm ET (4 pm PT). The starting field of 38 cars will be set with qualifying on Saturday, November 5th at 2:30 pm ET (11:30 am PT) and is available to stream on the NBC Sports App. The NASCAR Xfinity Series Championship Race takes place Saturday evening, with flag-to-flag coverage on the USA Network at 6 pm ET (3 pm PT).
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