NEW PORT RICHEY, Fla. — X-Games gold medalist and two-time Stadium Super Truck Series champion Sheldon Creed will be the featured guest on episode 18 of Race Face TV, airing weekly on Wednesday nights at 8 p.m. ET at racefacetv.com.
The 19-year-old from El Cajon, Calif. is known for his diversity to drive anything with four wheels, competing in the Stadium Super Trucks, where he has accumulated six wins in 12 starts this season. Creed is also running in the Trans Am Series, ARCA, K&N, NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and NASCAR XFINITY Series.
Creed joins NASCAR Driver Development specialist Lorin Ranier and Race Face TV regulars Tom Baker and Rod Wortham to discuss his diversity of racing schedule for the season, comprising 28 different races with 8 different teams throughout the year.
“I don’t know of any other driver that has the ability not only to drive, but compete in so many different types of cars … not to mention driving for eight different teams,” said Race Face TV host Rod Wortham.
Race Face TV is all about giving young drivers the opportunity to get in the spotlight, tell their story and share their dreams.
Tune in to Race Face every week to find out “Who’s Next” in the world of motorsports!
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About Race Face TV
Race Face is a newly-launched internet TV show designed to spotlight “Who’s Next” among the increasing number of young drivers trying to reach the top levels of auto racing.
Hosted by industry veteran Rod Wortham and Katie Butchino, airing on MNOTV.com and produced through MNO Productions, the half-hour program has already featured several rising and top names among the motorsports youth movement, including NASCAR K&N Pro Series and ARCA Racing Series competitor Kyle Benjamin, NASCAR Whelen All-American Series North Carolina Rookie of the Year Ryan Millington and 2015 Hickory Motor Speedway Super Truck champion Tyler Dayton.
Race Face is broadcast every Wednesday night at 8 p.m. ET at www.mnotv.com.
The MNO Productions crew is always looking for up-and-coming drivers, willing to share their racing stories and dreams, to feature during new episodes of Race Face. To apply to be on the show, visit the Race Face website at www.racefacetv.com.
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