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16 Nov 2005

LONDON – (PRESS RELEASE) -- As the NASCAR racing season winds down officials with announced the winners of its VIP weekend trip to Miami to see the final race in the Chase for the Nextel Cup Championship.

As the official primary sponsor of the No. 37 Dodge Charger, is sending 30 lucky people to get an inside look at the final race of the season. In addition to getting to watch the race from a luxury box on Sunday, the winners and their guests will get to take part in a special "meet and greet" with Mike Skinner, the driver of the No. 37 Dodge Charger.

Among the highlights for the No. 37 car during the 2005 season were leading three laps at Michigan International Speedway this summer and finishing 22nd at Talladega Superspeedway.

The Miami race marks the conclusion of the 36-race NASCAR Nextel Cup season. The car has secured a 39th place finish in the owners standings, four away from the coveted 35th position that would guarantee the car a spot in each race, but an impressive feet none the less for an independent team making its full-season debut in 2005.

R&J Racing looks to build off the accomplishments of this season and has its sites set on cracking the top 35 for next year. Marketing Director Will Griffiths said there are a lot of similarities between the independent team and his site.

"We are a good fit for each other. There is a lot of ambition and desire on both sides. They want to build a strong race team, and are going to do that in another year or so, and we want to continue to build our brand as the leading place for gamers of all kinds to come and play anytime," he said.

Skinner feels the racing team has made huge strides down the final stretch of the season that he has been behind the wheel and after last weekend's race in Phoenix he felt the bar was raised even higher.

"If we bring the same kind of effort to Homestead, it should be a real good race for us," Skinner said after the race in Arizona. "I'm impressed with what happened here this weekend. It was nothing but positive. Even with the crash, I'm really happy about what happened out there."

Ronnie A, from Aventura Florida, was one of the lucky winners for the VIP weekend at Miami-Homestead, and he said he is thrilled to get the chance to see NASCAR racing from a different perspective.

"I can't wait for this weekend," he said. "I have been playing at for a while now and have been following the progress of the team all season. To get the chance to meet them and see them up close and personal is going to be awesome. This will be like no other race I have ever been to before, that is for sure." broke new ground in 2005 when it became the first, and to date only, online sports entertainment brand to be the primary sponsor of a Nextel Cup Series car. Mike Skinner has been driving the Dodge Charger for the last three races and looks to qualify the car this weekend in what is expected to be a crowded field of entrants for the final race of the season.

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