Venturini Motorsports Partners with Portable Power Leader GO PUCK

Venturini Motorsports

Talladega, Alabama (May 5, 2017) – Venturini Motorsports (VMS) is proud to announce a new partnership with Florida-based portable power company GO PUCK. Developed from racing technology, GO PUCK wearable power provides mobile freedom in a device driven world.

Tom Hessert“We are very excited to partner and ‘power-up’ Venturini Motorsports at Talladega,” said Diego Velasquez, VP of Marketing for GO PUCK. “Venturini is widely-known name in the world of motorsports and long-time staple in the ARCA Racing Series. It’s a great honor to partner with such a great organization. Providing the team with GO PUCK’s Wearable Power is a privilege as it will help the team and drivers on and off the track to stay connected with their fans.”

Producing the current Indy Car spec battery as well as holding patents on the Tesla Model S Supercharger, GO PUCK has expanded its reach to consumer tech, building the GO PUCK product line as compact, lightweight and durable battery solutions for usb-powered mobile devices.

Go PuckWith dual ports and multiple charging capabilities GO PUCK leads the field in Wearable Technology.

VMS and GO PUCK will unveil their new partnership this weekend during the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards General Tire 200 at Talladega Superspeedway. GO PUCK will be featured on the No.25 driven by former Talladega race winner and six-time series winner, Tom Hessert.

Venturini Motorsports (VMS), fielding cars for over 30-years in the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards, is one of the premier NASCAR driver development programs in the country. Multiple team championships and consistent on-track success, VMS has evolved into one of the most recognizable names in motorsports. Since 2007, VMS has assisted in the career development of notable NASCAR drivers such as Joey Logano, Erik Jones, William Byron, Justin Allgaier, Alex Bowman, Brian Scott, Ryan Blaney, Brennan Poole, Daniel Suarez, and Brandon Jones. Over the years the Venturini name has become synonymous with modern-day racing in America. In 2012, the Venturini family was inducted into the National Italian American Sports Hall of Fame and now find themselves enshrined with such sports icons as Joe DiMaggio, Mario Andretti, Vince Lombardi, Tommy Lasorda and Rocky Marciano.