Brian Rose NASCAR

Brian Rose makes a bold statement in his NASCAR circuit comeback

Brian Rose Motorsports (BRM) golden child, Brian Rose,  has been re-born after a 10-year sabbatical to the sport he seems to be a natural at.

(IJRnews.com 4/17/2011) Brian Rose has made it a habit of making mouth dropping impressions.  From his rookie year some ten years ago, where many believed him to be the next Earnhardt, to this year’s Talladega Superspeedway 3 Amigos 250, Brian is the walk-on-athlete every coach prays for.

Rose has been described by some columnist as a part-time driver.  But like a Major League Baseball designated hitter, he doesn’t have to play the full game to make an impact on the outcome. Rose may have lacked the most dominant or fastest car on the Talladega racetrack, but Brian Rose made up for it in raw skill, veteran patience, and a poised finish. Brian Rose climbed 12 positions during the final lap, to turn out a 7th place finish.

After several practice runs and only qualifying in 19th position, Rose knew his car was missing a little something.  The recent body change decision raised questions by Rose and his team as Rose indicated on his post qualifying interview[i].  However, Thursday afternoon with Friday race time is too late for drastic changes and you got go with what you got.

Rose did just that, knowing his only edge that he could utilize was taking advantages of drafts and being among the group, he relied on talent and poise versus pure vehicle as many top sponsored racers are afforded.  Rose told IJR if he was made aware of the white flag or had there been one more lap, the BRM driver would have most likely saw a top three finish.

Brian rose is no stranger to racing anything that has wheels and has been regarded as a gifted driver with endless potential.  Recently, Rose has pledged himself to focus on racing with the same passion that led him to the sport to begin with.  At only 31 years of age, and the obvious professional driving skills at hand, top NASCAR / ARCA drivers might be staring at the tail lights of the Brian Rose Motorsports driver sooner than anticipated (or at least the stickers that look like taillights as NASCAR vehicles have no operational headlights or taillights).

In the racing world where a mere second determines the cream of the crop from the rest, NASCAR fans apparently have something interesting to follow as with just a little added horsepower they could be witnessing the calm before the storm when it comes to drivers to watch out for.

 

 

 

 

ProFightNetwork follows the TapouT lead and joins NASCAR family, UFC might be next

Mixed Martial Arts is the fastest growing sport in the world and NASCAR is to the USA what soccer is to the rest of the world, so it makes sense to co-exist.

(IJRnews.com 4/18/2011) TapouT is easily the largest sponsor in the Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) arena and they were the first MMA leader to step into the drivers seat of NASCAR.  ProFightNetwork (PFN) is the top ranked MMA social site and top mma forum, and they are the second MMA leader to join the NASCAR sport.  Will the UFC be next?

On Monday April 18 2011, PFN via their CEO Chris Greenman, announced it was branching out from its core audience with a multi-year partnership with racing team Brian Rose Motorsports. IJR news contacted Greenman who told us this “None of my business ventures with Chuck Liddell or Randy Couture really ventured outside of MMA like this, but seeing how the fans love both sports, I think they will be the real winners here. Tapout seems to be a lot like the UFC and make really remarkable business decisions, I would be an idiot not to follow their lead.”

“Brian Rose Motorsports was very receptive of our involvement, we have a relatively small part of the car, there is room for other sponsors, heck I would be ok with the UFC being on the hood if Lawton Insurance services would give it up. I have been a NASCAR fan for years and jumped at the opportunity to have a spot on the car with Brian Rose being the driver.”

PFN was onsite at Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama to see their logo on both sides of Brian Rose Motorsports number 19 car, and it proved to be a rewarding experience according to Greenman.  He said, “Being down in the pits and connecting with all the people involved was a unforgettable experience, seeing Brian Rose overcome 12 drivers during the last four laps was as exciting as some of the best UFC fights I have ever been on hand to witness.  These guys are dangerous, you wont catch me driving 180 MPH swerving in and out of traffic playing bumper cars, no freaking way, I will take getting hit or kicked any day.”

PFN’s CEO revealed his biggest highlight for the NASCAR event besides the race was seeing the wife of Brian Rose wearing a ProFightNetwork sweatshirt in the pits during the race and not seeing UFC anywhere.  Rose finished 7th place at this year’s Talladega Superspeedway 3 Amigos 250 race after qualifying for 19th starting position.  IJR witnessed a remarkable ending to the 94 lap NASCAR series race.  The question is still out, when will the UFC officially announce its arrival in the NASCAR sport?

 

Raymond Anthony Spears, Senior Journalist, NASCAR content editor

International Journalism Review / http://www.IJRnews.com

502 298 5646  / InternationalJournalismReview@gmail.com


[i] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WykAH9kot2s

 

 

 

 

Brian Rose MotorSports driver makes spectacular finish at NASCAR series

 

Brian Rose Motorsports (BRM) golden child, Brian Rose, has been re-born after a 10-year sabbatical to the sport he seems to be a natural at.

rian Rose interview after qualifying

Pit crew highlights during race

(IJR News, April 19, 2011 ) Los Angeles, CA — Brian Rose has made it a habit of making mouth dropping impressions. From his rookie year some ten years ago, where many believed him to be the next Earnhardt, to this year’s Talladega Superspeedway 3 Amigos 250, Brian is the walk-on-athlete every coach prays for.

Rose has been described by some columnist as a part-time driver. But like a Major League Baseball designated hitter, he doesn’t have to play the full game to make an impact on the outcome. Rose may have lacked the most dominant or fastest car on the Talladega racetrack, but Brian Rose made up for it in raw skill, veteran patience, and a poised finish. Brian Rose climbed 12 positions during the final lap, to turn out a 7th place finish.

After several practice runs and only qualifying in 19th position, Rose knew his car was missing a little something. The recent body change decision raised questions by Rose and his team as Rose indicated on his post qualifying interview . However, Thursday afternoon with Friday race time is too late for drastic changes and you got go with what you got.
Rose did just that, knowing his only edge that he could utilize was taking advantages of drafts and being among the group, he relied on talent and poise versus pure vehicle as many top sponsored racers are afforded. Rose told International Journalism Review (IJR) if he was made aware of the white flag or had there been one more lap, the BRM driver would have most likely saw a top three finish.

Brian rose is no stranger to racing anything that has wheels and has been regarded as a gifted driver with endless potential. Recently, Rose has pledged himself to focus on racing with the same passion that led him to the sport to begin with. At only 31 years of age, and the obvious professional driving skills at hand, top NASCAR / ARCA drivers might be staring at the tail lights of the Brian Rose Motorsports driver sooner than anticipated (or at least the stickers that look like taillights as NASCAR vehicles have no operational headlights or taillights).

In the racing world where a mere second determines the cream of the crop from the rest, NASCAR fans apparently have something interesting to follow as with just a little added horsepower they could be witnessing the calm before the storm when it comes to drivers to watch out for.
Raymond Anthony Spears, Senior Journalist, NASCAR content editor
International Journalism Review / www.IJRnews.com
502 298 5646 / InternationalJournalismReview@gmail.com

Company: International Journalism Review
Contact: Raymond Anthony Spears, Senior Journalist
Phone: 502 298 5646
Email: InternationaljournalismReview[@]gmail.com

 

 

 

nascar, arca, Talladega, fantasy nascar, aaron’s 499, aarons nascar, Dale Earnhardt Jr, Juan Pablo Montoya, Carl Edwards, Jimmie Johnson, nascar qualifying times, brian

 rose, brian rose motorsports, brian rose nascar, restrictor plate

http://www.BrianRoseMotorSports.com

 

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.