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Blake Alexander partners with Your Car. Your Data. Your Choice at NHRA Northwest Nationals

National Pronto Association Ford Mustang Funny Car racer Blake Alexander picks up a new sponsor for the Magic Dry Organic Absorbent NHRA Northwest Nationals.
01 Aug 2019
Jacob Sundstrom, NHRA National Dragster Associate Editor
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Blake Alexander will race at the NHRA Northwest Nationals with Your Car. Your Data. Your Choice. as a sponsor on his National Pronto Association Ford Mustang Funny Car. The national education campaign is working to bring attention to car data access and control, which has implications for millions of car owners and drivers nationwide. 

“Just as Dan and I need to see every data point my car is feeding us while on the track, car owners and drivers should be able to access similar information for their everyday car, and be able to share it with the trusted crew chief in their life,” said 2018 Top Fuel event winner Blake Alexander. 

“I’m honored to include Your Car. Your Data. Your Choice. on my car because data analysis is part of my strategy, and without data, I can’t compete to win,” noted Alexander. “There’s more to racing than the number of horses you have.”

Parts Plus Top Fuel racer Clay Millican competed at the NHRA Thunder Valley Nationals with Your Car. Your Data. Your Choice. on the side of his dragster. The two racers, both former Top Fuel event winners, have teamed up to bring awareness to what they feel is an important issue for car owners.  

“It’s their car, it should be their data. Full stop,” said Millican.

Millican heads to Sonoma with back-to-back final-round appearances and won multiple events in 2018. 

Alexander heads to the NHRA Northwest Nationals following a No. 8 qualifier at the NHRA Sonoma Nationals and a quarterfinal appearance. He won two national events in Top Fuel in the 2018 season before purchasing a Funny Car team. Alexander is competing on a part-time basis in 2019 and enters Seattle chasing his first win in a Funny Car.