Mike Harmon Racing’s No. 47 and No. 74 entries will have a pair of new sponsors in Saturday’s Super Start Batteries 188 at Daytona’s Road Course, thanks to the organization’s partnership with FeraDyne Outdoors and Wolfpack Racing.
Covert Scouting Cameras, along with the company’s newest line of minerals and attractants, Picture Perfect, will adorn the cars of Kyle Weatherman and Bayley Currey in the series’ second event of the 2021 season, and the second at Daytona’s Road Course.
Currey’s No. 74 will continue to feature partnerships with Vets for Child Rescue and Save 22, both organizations owned and operated by veterans.
“We felt that utilizing both MHR’s #47 and #74 Chevrolet Camaros to showcase two of FeraDyne’s complementary products was a winner for both FeraDyne and Mike Harmon Racing,” said Andy Weichers, President of Wolfpack Racing. “As an avid outdoorsman, I know the importance of camera and attractant performance, and to showcase that performance at the Xfinity Series Race at the Daytona Road Course was a ‘Picture Perfect’ fit.”
Both Currey and Weatherman participated in the Xfinity Series’ inaugural event at the 3.61-mile road course last August, with both drivers capturing top-20 finishes for Mike Harmon Racing.
“We are excited to introduce Picture Perfect alongside Covert Scouting Cameras.” Said Chris James V.P of Sales FeraDyne Outdoors. “Our racing program is designed to introduce new products, as well as showcase our industry leading brands to both the end user and our retail partners. We plan to not only have our retail partners as guests to the track but to also co-brand on the track in future car paint schemes.”
“Mike Harmon Racing is excited to welcome Picture Perfect and Covert Scouting Cameras. We’ve been very fortunate to have new partners coming onboard to start the 2021 season. Our drivers are excited to display these companies on their cars on a national scale.”