CONCORD, N.C. (December 20, 2007) – Roush Fenway Racing driver Jamie McMurray announced today a new look to his website www.JamieMcMurray.com. This afternoon, McMurray’s website will showcase a brand-new look and feel for the 2008 racing season. Along with the new website, race fans will have a chance to enter an online contest for the chance to win a signed 2007 IRWIN Industrial Tools firesuit worn by McMurray this season.
“I’m excited about launching the new website this afternoon,” said McMurray. “There are a lot of new features to the website – we added a photo gallery, a video section and what I’m most excited about an information page for the Jamie McMurray Foundation. I’ve been asked so many times by fans where they can find information about the foundation and where they can send donations. I didn’t have that in the past and now there is a page solely dedicated to the foundation.”
For the launch of the new webpage, McMurray has donated a signed 2007 IRWIN Industrial Tools firesuit that race fans can enter an online contest for a chance to win the suit.
“We are running the contest from now until January 22, 2008. This will give everyone an opportunity to go online, check out the new site and sign up for a chance to win the signed firesuit.
“The site is a great place for fans to read about everything we have going on both at the track, as well as away from the track. They can check on the site for appearances, see the race results and even check out the pictures from race each weekend,” said McMurray.
About Jamie McMurray Foundation
The Jamie McMurray Foundation (“JMF”), formed in May 2006, will promote awareness of, and raise funding for, research, education, and support for individuals and families afflicted with autism. The JMF is dedicated to bringing the financial backing and support of the NASCAR community, together with the passion and commitment of the autism community, to promote better understanding of this challenging disability.
About Roush Fenway Racing
Roush Fenway Racing is NASCAR’s largest team operating 13 motorsports teams. Five in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series with drivers Matt Kenseth, Jamie McMurray, Greg Biffle, Carl Edwards and David Ragan; four in the Nationwide Series with Kenseth, Biffle, Edwards, McMurray, Ragan, Erik Darnell and Colin Braun; and three in the Craftsman Truck Series with Darnell, Braun and Joey Clanton; and one in the ARCA RE/MAX Series with Ricky Stenhouse Jr.