Bump and Grind Auto Body sponsors renown Electric Dragster


[Chicago, Illinois] May 11, 2001 NetGain Motors, Inc. (NetGain), one of the most unique Motorsports Marketing companies in drag racing history, welcomes their newest sponsor, Bump and Grind Auto Body of Lockport, Illinois.


NetGain promotes alternative energy research by fielding their stable of "Battery Powered Dragsters" throughout the United Stated and Canada, and can currently be seen on tour for the National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) doing exhibitions with their vehicles. During the off season, these vehicles can be seen in the World of Wheels show car circuit all across America.


"NetGain's electric vehicles are some of the biggest audience attractions at the events we go to and we wanted our vehicles to have a high quality, eye catching appearance," said Kevin Zak, Vice President of NetGain. "We went into Bump and Grind not knowing what we wanted and were thrilled by the paint scheme they custom developed for us." Zak said.


"We exhibited our dragster, Bad Amplitude, for the first time after the new paint job at the NHRA's Federal Moguls in Joliet, Illinois. Many people came up to us and complemented us on the car's new appearance," said Karl Klein, Driver of "Bad Amplitude."


"The business of racing is all about audience appeal," said George Hamstra, President of NetGain. "Professional race teams have long been aware of Bump and Grind Auto Body's high quality finish work and many teams have been using their services for years. We are thrilled to be part of this family of great looking vehicles."


NetGain's vehicles are currently on tour at NHRA tracks around the country and can also be seen at numerous community events, such as the "American Solar Challenge" and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Worker's (IBEW) "Alternative Energy Expo."


For more information contact: Email: ngt@go-ev.com