Heading to Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Xxxtreme Motorsport is preparing for their 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series debut with driver JJ Yeley.

Welcome aboard, Phoenix Warehouse: Joining Xxxtreme Motorsport for a multi-race deal throughout the 2014 season, Phoenix Warehouse of New Jersey and California is a first-time sponsor to NASCAR.

Phoenix Warehouse is a full-service logistics warehouse and distrubution company founded in 1976. Their clear objective has been and remains, "Provide comprehensive and superior logistic services to a myriad of industries."

Team owner John Cohen on welcoming Phoenix Warehouse to NASCAR: "We are happy to have Phoenix Warehouse of both New Jersey and California on our car this weekend at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. It's always great to bring new sponsors into NASCAR and see how our sport can grow their brand awareness." 

JJ Yeley on his debut with Xxxtreme Motorsport at LVMS: "I am very eager to make my debut in the No. 44 Phoenix Warehouse Xxxtreme Motorsport Chevrolet. Las Vegas Motor Speedway is where I started my career ten years ago, I am excited to get back out on track and back competing against other drivers while starting with a fresh team. I am looking to take my new team to a higher level and get some great finishes this season."

About Xxxtreme Motorsport

Xxxtreme Motorsport, owned by John Cohen, operates the No. 44 Chevrolet driven by J.J. Yeley in 2014. 

Xxxtreme Motorsport burst onto the scene in 2009 in the NASCAR Nationwide Series. The team made their move to the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series in 2012 and looks to 2014 as a new stage in their young organization. Cohen has indicated that the team will compete full-time beginning at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

Visite Xxxtreme Motorsports on the team website and on Twitter

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