"Ernie Elliott’s resume speaks for itself and working with him will only add to the future success of this race program," said Crew Chief Todd Gordon. "The new engine program is one of several changes we have made on the No. 27 Kleenex Racing Ford Fusion for the 2009 season and we are highly optimistic the end results will see Jason Keller in victory lane," Gordon continued.
The new engine program is one of many exciting things in store for the 2009 season at Baker Curb Racing. The team will be celebrating Kimberly-Clark’s 15th season in NASCAR, the longest standing, continuous primary sponsorship in the Nationwide Series. Piloting the car will be Nationwide Series veteran Jason Keller who holds the all-time record with more than 450 starts in the Nationwide Series and is first on the series career winnings list with more than $12 million.
About Baker Curb Racing
Combining speed and sound, Baker Curb Racing is bringing a new tune to Nashville and the NASCAR Nationwide Series. After acquiring Brewco Motorsports in the fall of 2007 Nashville businessman Gary Baker combined forces with record executive Mike Curb to found Baker Curb Racing.
Based out of the Nashville area, the team became a vision of Baker and Curb's based on their passions for racing and a desire to bring a new professional team to the city landscape to help satiate the desires of local NASCAR fans. With the Baker Curb combination, the dynamic duo is expecting to produce more trips to Victory Lane behind veteran Jason Keller who is behind the wheel of the No. 27 Kleenex Ford Fusion. To keep up with the latest news of the team, please visit http://www.bakercurb.com/