Cameron Ferré and Miersch Racing will debut a new color scheme aboard the Miersch Racing A/Fuel Dragster for this weekend’s Las Vegas Nationals. And the color scheme is pink. Very pink. Cameron and team have linked up with sponsors Racepak, Holley/MSD, and Ted Wiens Tire & Auto Centers to bring awareness for Breast Cancer during Breast Cancer Awareness month.
“It’s amazing how many people are directly affected by breast cancer,” said Miersch Racing driver, Cameron Ferré. "My mom and other family members have been diagnosed, battled and survived a bout with breast cancer — so this stuff really hits home for me. I’ve seen what it can do to families and I want to help any way I can. Our team is honored to celebrate survivors and support anyone battling it currently. I encourage everyone to donate to their local cancer society any chance you get because you never know when it can hit close to home. A cure is just around the corner and we want help.”
The team comes into Las Vegas fresh off a very strong runner-up performance at the Chevrolet Performance U.S. Nationals in Indianapolis, IN. The team is eager to go one step further in Vegas.
“Vegas has been good to us the last few races,” said Miersch Team owner Larry Miersch. "We lost in the semifinals here in April and we are looking to better that and end the last few races on a strong note."
A limited schedule hasn’t kept this team out of the running for their first win as they are heavy contenders each time they show up to the races. Qualifying kicks off this Friday and you can bet Miersch Racing will be looking to hit the jackpot in Vegas, sporting a lot of pink for a good cause in the process.