Arms Up Motorsports' James Dayson Locks In More Sponsors for Toronto
 July 9, 2013| 
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VANCOUVER, BC, Canada - Vancouver native James Dayson, racing for ArmsUp Motorsports out of Wisconsin, is ecstatic to announce the signing of three new sponsors in time for the Honda Indy Toronto and the pair of Analytic Systems USF2000 Grand Prix of Toronto races. Joining the USF2000 National Championship driver is Corrective Kinetics, Ener-C and Standard Trade.


Corrective Kinetics is a Vancouver-based personal training company specializing in elite strength and conditioning and corrective exercise programs. 


Owner Lance Barrett who trains Dayson was quoted as saying: “Corrective Kinetics is looking forward to its association and sponsorship with James Dayson Racing. James is an individual whose greatest strength lies in his ability to inspire others, and is a perfect example of the type of client my business works with.”


Dayson is unique in that he only began racing at the age of 33, jumping into a race car for the first time in October 2011. He is fulfilling his life long dream and inspiring others who want to pursue their respective goals and dreams, no matter what the age or obstacle.  


“I have loved racing since I was a child and when I had the opportunity to do it I grasped it and jumped head first into the deep end," said Dayson. "I love the challenge and I’m driven by my desire to succeed and prove to everyone that I can be successful if I put my mind to it and do the work and training. I’m grateful to be racing with such a great team in ArmsUp Motorsports."


Also joining James Dayson Racing is Vancouver company, Ener-C. Co-owner Richard Pollack stated: "Pauling Labs, the maker of Ener-C, is beyond excited to be a part of the team. Ener-C is the all-natural super energy booster. Ener-C is full of the electrolytes the USF2000 drivers need to compete and win. The combined excitement of the USF2000 series and Ener-C supplements will make a winning combination, particularly with James Dayson behind the wheel."


Pauling Labs is a company whose foundation is built on developing world-class natural health supplements. The company’s mission is to promote natural health and well being. Their desire is to not only reduce suffering from illness, but also increase sports performance and recovery with their unique and super delicious products.


The last of the new signees is Standard Trade, a Vancouver-based company manufacturing in the USA. Standard Trade is an assembly of truthful hands crafting denim with heart, with pride and with a standard of quality that harkens back to another time. Our denims are woven in the same way as those worn by the hard-working men and women who built our great cities a century ago – one painstaking steel beam at a time.


President Darrin Kenigsberg said: “Standard Trade strives to support pioneers in their respective trade. We are honoured to be behind James Dayson from our hometown Vancouver, BC.”


Dayson is presently sitting in second place in the USF2000 National Championship, 16 points adrift of first place heading into this weekend's upcoming double-header at the Toronto Indy where he will race on home soil for the first time. 


“I’m stoked to finally race in Canada and I have a large contingent of family and friends coming to support me," added Dayson. "I’m thankful for my new sponsors and hope to get a great result for them, my team and fans."


Follow Dayson on twitter @jimmydracing.


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