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(Oct. 10, 2018) -- Racing fans will have a unique opportunity to meet American racecar driver Josef Nicolai Newgarden, who currently competes as a driver in the Verizon IndyCar Series, at 2018 California RV Show at Fairplex Pomona.

Meet Josef Nicolai Newgarden at the California RV Show

POMONA, California, — Racing fans will have a unique opportunity to meet American racecar driver Josef Nicolai Newgarden, who currently competes as a driver in the Verizon IndyCar Series, at 2018 California RV Show at Fairplex Pomona.

Newgarden, 27, will be at the REV Recreation Group display on Saturday, October 13 at 2pm to say hello and sign autographs.

The Nashville native won the 2017 IndyCar Series Championship and now drives the No. 1 Dallara Chevrolet for Team Penske, which has an enhanced partnership agreement for 2018 with REV Group, a leading manufacturer of specialty vehicle brands serving the commercial, fire and emergency and recreational markets.

The RV Show, which showcases more than 1,300 new 2019 models, runs through Oct. 14 at the Fairplex in Pomona, Gate 9. Show hours are 10AM until 6PM daily. Adult admission is $15; kids 17 and under are free. Active military personnel are free with ID. RV Parking is available. Save $2 by purchasing tickets online at https://californiarvshow.org

The RVIA is the national trade association representing recreation vehicle (RV) manufacturers and their component parts suppliers who together build more than 98 percent of all RVs produced in the United States.

SOURCE: California RV Show

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Rebecca Smith is a Wisconsin native currently living in Illinois with her husband, Eric, and two dogs, Maggie and Grace. She enjoys hiking, biking, kayaking and, of course, camping in cabins and park models.

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