A Maximum Attack on the 2013 Fidelity Power Systems ProIT Series

When it comes to the 2013 Fidelity Power Systems ProIT Series, Maximum Attack Motorsports is in it to win it.

And to help aspiring racers at every level of motorsports along the way.

“That’s what we do,” Maximum Attack Motorsports co-founder Brandon Lewis smiled and said. “There are a lot of different ways to enjoy driving and competing in motorsports – and at the end of the day nothing tastes better than victory.”

Maximum Attack Motorsports has joined forces with South Jersey road-racing teammates John Hainsworth and Tom Smith to launch a maximum attack on the 2013 Fidelity Power Systems ProIT series championship.

John Hainsworth

It’s a perfect marriage.

“John and Tom are both championship winning drivers – proven race winners in highly competitive fields,” Brandon continued. “We at Max-Attack have the technical resources and experience, and trackside support, to help them in their 2013 championship bid. This partnership is a winning combination, and another step in the growth of Maximum Attack Motorsports. As we continue to build our business and services, the entire racing community benefits.”

The partnership is already delivering results. Running under the Maximum Attack Motorsports banner for the first time on June 30th 2013, Hainsworth took victory in Round 2 of the 2013 Fidelity Power Systems ProIT series championship at New Jersey Motorsports Park’s Lightning circuit, with Smith finishing in 2nd. Hainsworth and Smith are tied for the 2013 championship lead after two events.

Tom Smith

Maximum Attack Motorsports lives, eats, and breathes racing, with experience in nearly every form of motorsports, and they can be found at a racetrack somewhere nearly every weekend with their arrive and drive, car preparation, trackside support, and driver development programs. In between race events, their shop services are helping local racers build, develop, and maintain their cars.

“When Maximum Attack Motorsports approached us with this partnership idea, we were excited by the possibilities right away,” said Round 1 winner Smith. “The folks at Max Attack are great people, truly committed to serving the needs of the racing community. We know them, like them, and reach out to them for help with the cars and the races. It was a privilege to race with them and work side by side to bring home a 1-2 result in our first race together.”

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