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Sunday, June 11, 2006

Dianetics Racing

LOS ANGELES, CA — Dianetics, the world’s #1 bestselling self-help book, is revving up to compete in America’s #1 spectator sport – NASCAR racing. Bridge Publications, the publisher of L. Ron Hubbard’s perennial bestseller, has joined forces with Kenton Gray, an up and coming NASCAR rookie, who has experienced personal success using Dianetics.

“We began working with Kenton in 2001 when he was part of the successful Dianetics motorcycling team. So when he came with his proposal to race with the Dianetics name in the NASCAR circuit, we knew we had a winner,” said Danielle Methvin, spokeswoman for Bridge Publications. “We have been supporting competitive sports teams and athletes as sponsors or advertisers for two decades including Indianapolis 500 and 24 Hours of Le Mans race cars. NASCAR racing has captured the attention of sports fans around the world and we are proud to sponsor a driver who has the potential to be a champion.”

Gray’s edge is his concentration, which he says has greatly improved by the use of Dianetics techniques in gaining confidence and certainty behind the wheel. “It’s markedly improved my focus and my consistency,” he said. “Through Dianetics I’ve handled stress and increased my performance and ability to compete—both on the track and in life,” continues Gray, “that is why I’m proud and excited to now have the Dianetics Racing Team sponsoring my car.”

The new “Ignite Your Potential” Dianetics Racing Team is headed by Kenton Gray, founder of Freedom Motorsports Group, Inc.

A racer since the age of 10, Gray is not only a standout behind the wheel—placing first in five races over the past year and top-five in dozens of others—he is also an instructor at the LA Racing Experience on one of the best short tracks in America, Irwindale Speedway in Southern California.

The California racer’s hard-charging style is shared by his Freedom Motorsports’ CEO, Grant Cardone. He, too, credits Dianetics for much of his success. Cardone, a multi-million dollar real-estate investor and motivational speaker, appears internationally at over 150 conferences and motivational events for sales and business development each year.

“My immediate goal for this new team is to competitively and consistently be racing in the NASCAR Busch Series,” says Cardone, “The Dianetics Racing Team has tremendous potential because Dianetics ignites your potential.”

Kenton Gray and the Dianetics Racing Team’s next race takes place on June 24, 2006 at the Irwindale Speedway.

For information on the Dianetics Racing Team, contact Danielle Methvin at Bridge Publications, Inc., at (323) 953-3320 or go to

CONTACT: Danielle Methvin
Media Relations
(323) 953-3320