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Premium Motorsports Goes Local with Spencer Boyd for Gateway
June 16, 2016

Concord, N.C.  (June 15, 2016) – Premium Motorsports and NASCAR rookie Spencer Boyd of St. Louis, MO are excited to announce that they have teamed up to race the Driving for Linemen 200 Brought To You By Altec on June 25 at Gateway Motorsports Park.  This marks Spencer’s first race in his hometown since moving to Charlotte to chase his racing dreams.

“I grew up in Creve Couer, a suburb of St. Louis, with Gateway Motorsports Park as my home track.  My super supportive family made the decision to move to Charlotte a few years back so I could pursue a NASCAR career, but St. Louis will always be home” says Spencer Boyd.  “This whole year has been a dream come true and almost surreal.  I hope I can put on a good show in my hometown and make my friends, family and heck, all of St. Louis proud!”

Jay Robinson, owner of Premium Motorsports, adds “Spencer proved that he could hang with the veterans in his NASCAR debut at Martinsville.  When I saw him drive from 27th to 5th I knew he was special and someone that I wanted to see drive my truck.” 

A great number of people and companies have been working to make this partnership a reality.  Sponsorship announcements will be forthcoming, but there is one spot left for a Missouri sponsor to come on board.

The NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Driving for Linemen 200 Brought To You By Altec at Gateway Motorsports Park will be held on Saturday, June 25, 2016 and will be broadcast live at 7:00 p.m. EST on Fox Sports 1 and radio stations affiliated with MRN.

Beef Jerky Outlet Hosts NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Driver
May 23, 2016

NASCAR Truck Driver, Spencer Boyd will Sign Autographs at 12p.m. on May 26th


North Carolina is gearing up for the Coca Cola 600, and the Beef Jerky Outlet in Concord is celebrating with an autograph session from NASCAR World Truck Series driver, Spencer Boyd. Boyd will be signing autographs and taking pictures with fans at noon on May 26th.


WHO: The Beef Jerky Outlet in Concord will host NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver Spencer Boyd. Boyd made his debut in the series on April 2, 2016, driving the #63 truck for Mittler Brothers Motorsports. He’s also known for his first place finish in the 2014 Hickory Motor Speedway Super Truck Championship.


WHAT: Fans are encouraged to come meet up-and-coming NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver, Spencer Boyd. Racing enthusiasts will have the chance to take a picture with Boyd and grab an autograph. While they wait for their turn to meet the driver, race fans can peruse the delicious treats available at the Beef Jerky Outlet.


WHERE/WHEN: Spencer Boyd will be at the Beef Jerky Outlet in Concord, located at 7741 Gateway Ln NW, Concord, NC 28027, on Thursday, May 26 at 12p.m.


WHY:  The Beef Jerky Outlet is celebrating the Coca Cola 600 race weekend and invites fans to join in the fun. By teaming up with NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver, Spencer Boyd, the Beef Jerky Outlet hopes to combine delicious jerky with the excitement of the races.

Spencer Boyd Races Into Top 5, Incident Ends Phenomenal Debut
April 2, 2016

In his NASCAR Camping World Truck Series debut, Spencer Boyd started the #63 Go-Parts RAM in the 27th spot, but he didn't stay there for long.  Spencer worked his way through the field methodically, picking off competitors one by one.  There were several close calls, including one maneuver by Spencer that was noticed by the FoxSports1 announcers who spotlighted Spencer's work.

Spencer ran very smooth and consistent laps, spending most of his day inside the Top 15.  As the laps drew down, Spencer moved the Go-Parts RAM into the Top 5.

After a re-start with just a few laps to go, Spencer made a move for fourth but the truck he was passing on the inside got loose and Spencer tried to avoid hitting him, which, in turn, caused the 63 truck to get hit from behind, spinning Spencer out.   A broken line would end Spencer's day, with a finish in 28th position.

The official results sheet doesn't reflect just how well Spencer ran.  When you can make it into the Top 5 at Martinsville- in your series debut- you had a good day.

Says Spencer, "This past weekend has been one that I have dreamt of since I was 5 years old. To get to run at Martinsville Speedway in a NASCAR Camping World Truck for the hometown team Mittler Brothers Motorsports was amazing. These guys put in a ton of late nights to get the #63 RAM ready for my debut. From arriving at the track to leaving on Saturday night it was a learning process from driving the track to knowing where to change clothes."

Spencer also wanted to make sure some key people werer noticed for their efforts. "Tom Rice helped me a lot as my PR guy and helped make this all possible. I have to thank for taking a chance on a rookie and I look forward to growing our partnership in the future. We had a great race and Tripp Bruce did awesome calling the shots while Coleman Pressley was spot on as my spotter up in the sky. I was surrounded by guys that have won everything you can think of in NASCAR, so there were a lot of great stories told this weekend. Joey Arrington supplied an excellent engine from Race Engines Plus and I know we are all excited to run one of his again. Wilkerson Automation has been one of my long time supporters and it was great to see their logo on Fox Sports 1! I also have to thank Hendrick Dodge of Concord, Atlantic Pin Striping, Toth Landscaping, Tomahawk Shades, Champion Spark Plugs, And ZAK Products. We finished 28th but were up to 5th and ran In the top 15 for a majority of the day! Stay tuned for updates about my future races!"

Spencer Boyd To Make NCWTS Debut In Go-Parts Dodge RAM At Martinsville
March 9, 2016

MB Motorsports looks to serve as the launching pad for yet another young driver with the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series debut of Spencer Boyd and his sponsor, Go-Parts.  Spencer, who has had a successful run in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series, will pilot the No. 63 Go-Parts Dodge Ram, powered by War Hawk Performance in the Alpha Energy Solutions 250 on April 2, 2016 at Martinsville Speedway.

“I am beyond excited to be making my first start in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series with Mike Mittler,” says Spencer.  “Growing up in St. Louis, MB Motorsports was the local NASCAR team, so I’ve followed them since I was a kid.  This really is a dream come true.  There are so many people to thank for helping me get to this point, now I just want to make them proud by putting on a good show for my family, my partners, and certainly Go-Parts who is also making their NASCAR debut.”

Go-Parts is an auto parts retailer that has built a strong reputation on servicing customers in a variety of automotive arenas.  From online sales to collision shop distribution, the company strives to provide a unique, effective, and affordable buying experience.  Boasting one of the industry's highest Customer Satisfaction ratings, Go-Parts remains focused on helping consumers find great parts at incredible prices.  The company is owned and operated by it's parent organization, Parts Dynasty Corporation.

"Partnering with Spencer is a logical choice for us," states Parts Dynasty Corp. CEO, Sean Kennedy.  "With NASCAR fans' love for cars, we wanted to reach out to them by engaging in the sport we all love.  Martinsville is only the beginning, as we have plans for involvement in several races this season, while interacting with fans of Spencer, and the sport, via social media and racing-specific promotions."

Kennedy continued, "In 2015, we launched Go-Parts Racing, our racing-centric retail portal.  We hope that grass roots racing enthusiasts who spend time at their local NASCAR Home Track visit us online and take advantage of promo code "Boyd63" to get discounts on their next Go-Parts Racing purchase.  We look forward to seeing everyone at the track!"

Mike Mittler, owner of MB Motorsports and Mittler Bros. Machine & Tool, adds “Spencer is a team owner’s dream.  He races to win, as his record shows, and he is a student of the sport.  It is a delight to work with such a down to earth young man and we expect great things from Spencer Boyd in the future.”

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