Kent, Wash.-based totally Flow Intl. Corp., a producer of ultrahigh-pressure waterjet cutting structures, will make its NASCAR debut with Joe Gibbs Racing on the Kansas Lottery 300 NASCAR Xfinity Series Race on the Kansas City Speedway on Oct. 19.
Driven through Joe Gibbs Racing’s Brandon Jones, the No. 19, Flow Waterjet Toyota Supra will hit the music wrapped in Flow’s teal shade scheme.
“Our Flow waterjet is a workhorse behind the curtain at Joe Gibbs Racing, contributing week in and week out to our fulfillment on the tune. It’s terrific to share the generation this is so crucial to our car’s performance beneath the hood, at the outside of the car with our loyal enthusiasts,” says Mark Bringle, technical companion activation supervisor of Joe Gibbs Racing.
Earlier this yr, Joe Gibbs Racing brought a Flow Mach 500 4020 waterjet with a Dynamic XD slicing head and HyperJet pump to the manufacturing operations at its Huntersville, N.C., facility.