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ColorFast Industries Inc
912 W Hwy 67
ColorFast Industries is a distributor of products for ceramic tile, laminate and woodworking as well as the painting industry. ColorFast Industries offers seam filler caulks, grout colorant, and grout cleaners, painters sealants and much more.
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Contact: Dexter TuttleTelephone: 909-514-1458
...Dexter Tuttle, President of Color Fast Industries and Tuttle Motorsports has just announced a new partnership with Menards to sponsor a car in the N.H.R.A. Funny Car Drag Racing Circuit for 2004.
has been involved with motorsports and racing for many years, and is excited to have Color Fast Industries
sponsor a Nitro Funny Car.
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Dexter Tuttle, President of Color Fast Industries and head of Tuttle Motorsports, has been involved with motorsports and racing for many years, and is excited to have Color Fast Industries sponsor a Nitro Funny Car.
In qualifying, Millican driving Dexter Tuttle's Parts Plus / Liquid MPG Top Fuel Dragster qualified in the 15th position with a 4.05 at 250 MPH.
But that didn't stop Millican, Tuttle and crew chief Jimmy Walsh from coming up with a strategy for a quicker tuneup to get past the potent Matco Tools car.
(Concord N.C.) Clay Millican driving Dexter Tuttle's Parts Plus
- Liquid MPG Top Fuel Dragster competed at the NHRA Four Wide Nationals, April 11-13.
Phoenix - After a great start to the season at the NHRA Winternationals, Clay Millican driving Dexter Tuttle's Parts Plus
/ Liquid MPG Top Fuel Dragster fought traction at the Car Quest Auto Parts NHRA Nationals.
Millican and Tuttle
Have an Exciting Debut at the
(Pomona) Clay Millican made his debut in Dexter Tuttle's Parts Plus
- Liquid MPG Top Fuel Dragster at the season opening Circle K NHRA Winternationals.
By all accounts the Winternationals was a dramatic new start for Tuttle, Millican and the return of former crew chief Jimmy Walsh.
Tuttle 2010-2011 archives
This was the first time August has driven for Dexter Tuttle's team, a group
SONOMA, Calif. (July 26, 2011) -- Dexter Tuttle's
Top Fuel team will return
to racing during this weekend's Fram / Autolite NHRA Nationals in Sonoma
"They have taken the plunge in a big way," Tuttle
"This is the first
time they have ever been involved in racing, and to jump right into Top Fuel
just shows their faith in what NHRA drag racing can do."
Former Top Alcohol Funny Car driver Ron August Jr. will drive Tuttle's
"I met Dexter
and Tony while licensing with Mike
This was only the second time in 45 races with Dexter Tuttle
that Torrence did not qualify.
COMMERCE, Ga. - Steve Torrence hopes his last race for Dexter Tuttle
and the Capco
Racing/Tuttle Motorsports Top Fuel team will be one to remember.
said the car was third-quickest in one of Saturday's sessions and turned in the team's quickest time to half-track and 1,000 feet.
Torrence and Tuttle
share their enthusiasm about this team's potential.
, a drag racing veteran who drove and tuned drag boats before embracing asphalt racing, likes the improvements he's
seen in his
One day before Ground Hog Day, Torrence managed to dig his way through his commitments long enough to reunite with Top Fuel team owner Dexter Tuttle and begin preparations for the fast-approaching NHRA Full Throttle Drag Racing Series season.
"I am fortunate to again be working with Dexter
and his team," noted Torrence, who will be back at the controls of the Capco Construction/Tuttle Racing dragster.
"It's exciting to be getting ready for another season," said Tuttle
"I'm looking forward to it.
Team owner Dexter Tuttle put it this way, "Every
Millican Attempts to Continue Explosive Power with Parts Plus Dragster on Fourth of July in Norwalk â€“ Clay Millican
The turnaround couldn't have come any sooner for team owner Dexter Tuttle, who has been the brunt of some goodhearted teasing from other teams after the Parts Plus dragster's initial struggles in the 2014 campaign.
"When people start referring to you as 'Captain Hazelwood,' it's time to make some changes," said Tuttle, referring to the captain of the infamous Exxon Valdez.