BMiller Racing, a radio controlled car race team formed by professional basketball player Brad Miller, has launched an interactive website to give hobby enthusiasts an opportunity to follow the latest news on the team, check out driver setup sheets, and ask questions regarding the competitive world of RC racing or the hobby in general.
BMillerRacing.com officially launches with an RC giveaway of quality prizes provided by A Main Hobbies. Those who visit BMillerRacing.com between now and February 22, 2012 and sign-up for the site’s e-mail subscriber list will automatically be entered into a free drawing for prizes, including a ProTek R/C P-8 Super Hauler Bag, a ProTek R/C Prodigy 610 DUO charger, three different ProTek R/C TruTorque tool sets, ProTek R/C LiPo charging bags, and A Main Hobbies’ latest release, EcoPower Li-Poly batteries. Winners will be notified by e-mail the week of February 27, 2012.
Miller, who is a current member of the NBA’s Minnesota Timberwolves, formed BMiller Racing this past summer, and has watched the team grow from two racers to 11 team drivers and four support drivers in just a matter of months. Sponsored by A Main Hobbies, the BMiller Race Team competes weekly in races in Northern California as well as Illinois and Wisconsin.
“We have a great group of drivers from all backgrounds who like to go out and have fun racing, but most importantly enjoy supporting the RC hobby,” states original team member Terry Wickum. “We’re there to help any way we can, from assistance with car setups to general driving tips. There’s nothing more fun than getting together with friends, run some packs, and see how we can all get faster, and all leave with big smiles. Now with the launch of the website we can provide support to a wider range of hobby enthusiasts and help shed some light on the exciting aspects of radio controlled cars.”
BMillerRacing.com currently features team driver profiles with vehicle setup sheets as well as the team’s latest news, recent results, and upcoming schedule. For those who surf the site, there is also an opportunity in the Meet The Team section where visitors can ask the drivers a question via e-mail. As the site continues to grow, “how to” videos will be produced to show the latest in race prep and vehicle maintenance.
For more information, visit www.bmillerracing.com