Troy, Mich. — Delphi announced this past week that Dave Bausinger of Dave’s Pro Auto Service in Williamsport, PA was the winner of the first of four grand prizes in Delphi’s 2010 Destination: Victory Lane technician contest.
As the prize, Bausinger and his son, Michael, recently travelled to the Hendrick Motorsports facilities in Charlotte, N.C., to attend Delphi’s day-long photo shoot with Mark Martin, driver of the No. 5 Delphi Chevrolet and his crew chief, Alan Gustafson.
In addition to meeting Martin and Gustafson, the Bausingers participated in the photo shoot, took tours of Hendrick Motorsports and nearby Charlotte Motor Speedway, watched the teams practice pit stops, and also received autographed memorabilia. Their one-of-a-kind experience included a behind-the-scenes look at the Hendrick team’s design studio, body shop, engine shop and race prep facilities.
During the photo shoot, Mike Bausinger pitched in as Mark Martin’s stand-in while the crew prepared the set. “This trip was a once-in-a-lifetime event for us and I thank Delphi for making it happen,” said Dave Bausinger.
There are still three more grand prizes available including trips to Sprint Cup Chase races, weekly prizes of 42” TVs or Delphi-branded merchandise, plus instant prizes awarded every day. Technicians can register for a chance to win at www.delphi.com/victorylane.
If they register to enter the site, they can follow Delphi’s driver, Martin, and his Hendrick Motorsports’ teammates Jimmie Johnson, Jeff Gordon and Dale Earnhardt, Jr. In addition, technicians have the opportunity to send race or technical questions to Alan Gustafson. Delphi’s Destination: Victory Lane promotion runs through December 12, 2010. Official rules can be found at the Destination: Victory Lane website.
Technicians who register on the site can learn more about Delphi’s fuel management, engine management, heating and cooling products, and training services backed by more than 100 years of OE experience for major vehicle manufacturers worldwide. They will also have access to exclusive Delphi-related content, technical tips, production information and much more.
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