In the 2017 IMSA Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge USA by Yokohama
The first green flag went up at the Sebring International Raceway in Sebring, FL March 15-16, where Haacker’s car ran in two races.
The next two venues, with two races each, will be the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, TX May 4-6 and the historic Watkins Glen International in Watkins Glen, NY June 30-July 2. Television coverage of the races will be available via the Sinclair Broadcast Group family of stations, available in over 80 markets across the U.S. and represented by 154 stations. As part of its sponsorship deal, Monster Digital will be bringing racing fans an exciting “driver’s eye view” of the action with a high-performance Monster Digital Vision VR camera mounted in Haacker’s race car.Company Will Sponsor the Kelly-Moss Road and Race Driver’s Car in Six Races Beginning at Sebring. Monster Digital®, Inc. (NASDAQ: MSDI), a designer, developer and marketer of high-performance, affordable action cameras, virtual reality (VR) cameras and VR headsets, is proud to announce it will sponsor 2016 Pirelli Porsche GT3 Trophy Cup Platinum champion Tom Haacker, of the Kelly-Moss Road and Race team for six races in the 2017 IMSA Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge USA by Yokohama.
Monster Digital Executive VP, Steve Brownsell, noted: “We couldn’t be more excited to sign on as the main sponsor of the Kelly-Moss car driven by Tom Haacker in this year’s IMSA Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge USA. Everyone here at Monster Digital will be following the action as we cheer on our car for these races. Monster Digital’s line of action and VR cameras are all about capturing the action, and we’re especially thrilled that this event will give us a great opportunity to really put our Monster Digital VR camera through the paces by mounting it in Tom Haacker’s speeding car!”
Monster Digital will enjoy prominent signage at the racing events, including hood and double-side logo displays on Haacker’s car, as well as logos on the champion’s suit and a prominent display on the transport trailer.
Tom Haacker is a relative newcomer to racing. The resident of La Quinta, California, had focused on his business and family until 2011, when he quickly made an impression during his debut season that included a memorable drive at The 25 Hours Of Thunderhill to anchor the team to a second-place overall finish. Haacker continued on a quick learning curve over the following seasons, earning a number of podium appearances in Porsche GT3 events, and by 2016 he was ready for a full assault that brought multiple championships.
Monster Digital: 40-Year History of Pioneering Breakthrough Products
The legacy of the founders of Monster Digital goes back 40-plus years to the creation of the world’s first floppy disk, which was sold exclusively to IBM in 1982 for use on IBM’s first personal computer. In the preceding years, the company built a reputation on expertise in the data memory and storage industry. However, in late 2016 Monster Digital decided to move its entire focus to action cameras, VR cameras and VR headsets.
About Monster Digital, Inc.
Monster Digital, Inc. (NASDAQ: MSDI) is a company committed to bringing premium action sports cameras, accessories and data storage products at an affordable price to market. Founded with deep roots in innovation and manufacturing, the veteran leadership team brings unmatched experience and know-how to these growing categories. The combination of the Tandon Corporation legacy in computing and technology with the iconic Monster brand name known for premium products positions Monster Digital to become a global leader and household name. Monster Digital, Inc. owns 15 patents in the data memory sector, was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in Simi Valley, California.
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source: Sara Trujillo, trujillopr.com