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Hometown Boy, Dane Moxlow, to Compete in Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix in Mustang Boss 302s

Detroit, Michigan (21 May 2012) - Local business owner and Grosse Ile native, Dane Moxlow, will be piloting the #48 Eaton Steel/Trenton Forging/Detroit Motion Co. Mustang Boss 302s in the Pirelli World Challenge GTS Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix on June 2nd and 3rd.

Moxlow and his local sponsors believe in the rejuvenation of Detroit, and they're ready to show their hometown pride on the track with a hometown car. Eaton Steel, a family-run Detroit company for three generations, and Trenton Forging, a family-run downriver Detroit company for two generations, will be entertaining employees and customers trackside while showcasing the city that started out as the center of the manufacturing world. In addition, the two companies and Moxlow's own Detroit Motion Co. will be celebrating the return of the Detroit Grand Prix, the iconic race that dates back to its original Formula One days.

"Driving a race car at full-bore between buildings and through intersections is a dream come true for any being. Being able to race on the streets of my home city, in a locally built vehicle, in front of the people who built it is truly an honor. I am enamored by the 'comeback' of Detroit and being part of it is a unique experience. I cannot wait to showcase the series and vehicles to family, friends, and local businesses like Eaton Steel Bar Company, who has partnered with us for the return of this historical event. Many thanks to everyone that has made it possible to compete here," says Moxlow.

Moxlow and his sponsors feel that the return of the Detroit Grand Prix is great for the city and its residents. For more information on how to purchase tickets and be a part of this iconic and historic event, and to root for Dane Moxlow, a hometown boy in a hometown car, on June 2nd and 3rd, visit http://www.detroitgp.com/

Follow Dane on Twitter: @DMoxlow

Eaton Steel Bar Company is a sales and support services company for hot rolled and cold finished steel bar products located in Oak Park, Michigan. They add value to their customers by delivering the best in class products of engineered carbon and specialty alloy steel bar and services of managed inventories, cold drawing, precision cutting, heat treating, logistics, and metallurgical testing the in the market. They add value to their vendors by being one of the largest and strategic buyers of engineered steel bar products in the market.

Trenton Forging is a leading producer of custom impression closed-die forgings for a wide variety of industries, including automotive, mining, military and agriculture.
Trenton Forging has the distinction of being one of the first companies of any kind worldwide to be certified QS9000, and the first closed impression die forging company in the world certified QS9000/ISO9002. Visit us at www.trentonforging.com for more information or to request a quote.

Detroit Motion Co. is a boutique-style vintage motorcycle customization shop that prides itself on making reliable, safe, and unique motorcycles from an era where they were once anything but reliable or safe. www.detroitmotionco.com

Bard's Tale Beer Co. brews the world's first craft-brewed gluten-free beer. Over two million people in the United States deal with Celiac Disease or Gluten Intolerance. Bard's provides a brilliant gluten-free alternative to barley-based beer and still retains the taste of full-flavored beer you would expect from a micro-brew. www.bardsbeer.com Twitter: @Bardsbeer

Tiger Racing is proud to be sponsored by eBay Motors, Kenny Brown Performance, Lucas Oil, Ford Racing, K&N Filters, Eibach, Baer Brakes, Hawk Performance, One Hour Heating and Air Conditioning, G-Stream, ERP/JRZ, Tremec Transmission and Bassani Xhaust. A special thanks to Wellendorf Performance.

For further information or media inquiries, please contact:

Dane Moxlow
734-775-5068
Twitter: @DMoxlow

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