DENTON – When Dexter Stacey races at Texas Motor Speedway in tomorrow’s O’Reilly Auto Parts Challenge, he will do so with the support of new sponsors Old Irish Bed & Breakfast – Wedding and Event Center in Denton and the newly opened 407 BBQ in Argyle.
Stacey will be wheeling No. 70 for Derrike Cope Racing with JP Motorsports. The young Canadian has driven in the ARCA, Canadian Tire, Camping World Truck and the Xfinity Series. KH Motorsports, owned by Stacey in 2013, ran its own car in the Nationwide/Xfinity Series.
Combining Texas hospitality with Irish charm, Old Irish Bed & Breakfast – Wedding and Event Center in boasts five cottages, hot tubs, a pub, a gazebo, gardens, and catch-and-release fishing ponds. The working ranch is home to alpacas, llamas, geese, ducks, chickens, dogs and cats. Large, country-style breakfasts are served on the weekends.
Jim and Rita Patrick opened the bed and breakfast in 2012. For information go to oldirishbb.com.
407 BBQ is an associate sponsor. It’s four miles from TMS at the intersection of I-35 and FM407. Find information here http://407bbq.com/
Old Irish and 407 BBQ logos will be featured on the car.
Along with a new driver, Team 70 also has a new co-primary sponsor on board with Abdito Vodka. E-hydrate will be featured on the hood, and Ice-Frost.com, DCR’s constant associate, will be represented on the car as well.