HOUSTON – Bobby Eberle and TITLE Boxing Club today announced a partnership that will see the four-time National Class Champion pilot the No. 13 TITLE Boxing Club World Speed Motorsports car for the 2017 Pro Mazda Championship Presented by Cooper Tires season.
The 48-year old Texan, who is aiming at being the oldest rookie ever at the legendary Indianapolis Motor Speedway oval, partakes in a rigid fitness plan with TITLE Boxing Club as part of his quest to reach the pinnacle of racing. Eberle, who is on average 20-30 years older than his peers, must be physically and mentally fitter than any of his competitors in order to be a top contender in INDYCAR’s ladder system called the Mazda Road to Indy Presented by Cooper Tires.
“I’m beyond thrilled to be driving the #13 TITLE Boxing Club car this season and representing the brand,” commented Eberle. “My local TITLE Boxing Club plays an integral role in my training, and with each passing month, I spend more and more time at the gym. The company prides itself on heath and excellence, pushing harder than you think is possible. And that’s exactly my training philosophy. I look forward to doing everything I can to build membership, involvement, and to show fans what TITLE Boxing Club is all about.”
TITLE Boxing Club has 160 locations nationwide, several of which Eberle will be working with throughout the course of the 2017 Pro Mazda season. The rapidly growing club prides itself on being the best and only authentic full-body boxing workout, which is something champion boxer and Eberle’s trainer, Dynamite Edwards can attest to.
“I’m so excited to be working with Bobby during the 2017 season” noted Edwards. “When he first talked to me about wanting to get in better shape, I knew TITLE Boxing Club was the place for him. Bobby has shown tremendous focus, and he is committed to helping build our membership and promote our brand. I look forward to working with him throughout the season and beyond to help show IndyCar fans that TITLE Boxing Club is the best workout around.”
The 2017 season is scheduled to commence with a doubleheader race weekend throughout the streets of St. Petersburg Fla. March 10-12. Follow alongside Eberle’s journey via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram via @BobbyEberle13 and use the hashtag #RookieStripes which documents his journey toward being the oldest rookie ever at the famed Indianapolis Motor Speedway oval.