Originally written on Start 'N' Park Blog  |  Last updated 10/18/14
Great Clips, the longest-running sponsor in the NASCAR Nationwide Series (NNS), is title sponsor of Saturday’s race at Phoenix International Raceway (PIR) – the Great Clips 200. Winner Winner! Don’t miss the pre-race ceremony on Saturday at 1:30pm (local time) in which one of three lucky winners will drive away in their own brand new Chevrolet Camaro. Great Clips driver Brad Sweet will take the lucky winner for a ride around the track in their new prize! Debut of a new look for the No. 38 Great Clips Chevy… Say goodbye to the traditional red, black and white colors that Great Clips has sported on the No. 38 machine since the 2000 season, its first year as primary sponsor in the NNS. The new design, which will be the paint scheme for 2013, features vibrant colors and angular shapes based on Great Clips’ newly branded salons. Look your best this weekend at PIR… When the gates open for the weekend at PIR, Great Clips stylists will have their scissors in hand  and will be offering free haircuts to race attendees. Just stop by the Great Clips display! Donations will be accepted with all money raised going to Project H3. Project H3 was established to provide aid for long-term, vulnerable homeless veterans and their families. For more information see their website: http://www.azceh.org/project-h3 Kahne at PIR… Kasey Kahne will wheel the No. 38 Great Clips Chevy in this weekend’s Great Clips 200. Kahne has six NNS starts at the one-mile track and is credited with one pole, one top-10, an average start of 10.7, an average finish of 18.0 and a total of 45 laps led. In NASCAR Sprint Cup Competition, Kahne has one win under his belt (fall, 2011), along with two top-five and five top-10 finishes Kahne on racing in the Great Clips 200: “It’s gonna be a great weekend at Phoenix with Great Clips as the title sponsor of Saturday’s race. I’m looking forward to seeing all of the franchisees from the area as well as those that are coming from the corporate office in Minneapolis. I’m going to do everything I can to win this race for them! They are due a trip to victory lane and this is certainly the perfect weekend for it.”                 Kahne on the keys to success at PIR: “You need good forward drive off the corner and getting your car to turn all day off the corner will be the key at Phoenix. Each corner drives differently and you really have to have your car set up well in order to be competitive.”
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