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Old Spice/John Force Racing

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Old Spice and drag racing's most successful funny car team, John Force Racing (JFR), join forces to raise money for charity with victory towel auction. Rookie funny car driver Mike Neff will be behind the wheel of the new Old Spice Ford Mustang in the 2008 NHRA POWERade Drag Racing Series. Collaboration is inspired by success of victory towel auctions with Tony Stewart's Nationwide Series team. "I'm a big fan of Old Spice, and we're excited to partner with a brand that brings such strong commitment to our team and the world of racing," John Force says. Fans can bid on JFR victory towels following each win by visiting www.OldSpice.com or 1http://www.JohnForceRacing.com. All proceeds will be donated to the Ronald McDonald House...

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