Josef Newgarden Captures Front Row Qualifying Position For The GoPro Grand Prix of Sonoma With GO PUCK On Board

(SONOMA, Calif.) August 30, 2015 – GO PUCK, the World’s 1st Wearable Power for Mobile Devices, debuted today as a partner on the GoPro Chevrolet of CFH Racing.
Driven by Josef Newgarden, a championship contender in the Verizon IndyCar Series, the GO PUCK-sponsored GoPro Indy car will start outside of the front row in today’s 85-lap season finale.
Founded by the designer of every Indy car battery, GO PUCK manufactures wearable, compact and durable power for all mobile devices. Mobile devices depend on power and GO PUCK is the world’s most versatile solution. GO PUCK’s are able to affix to GoPro mounting systems or are wearable on a belt, purse or backpack. A GO PUCK stores enough energy to recharge mobile phones up to five times or GoPro cameras up to six times.
“We are so proud to support Josef Newgarden and CFH Racing,” stated Blake Fuller, founder and CEO of GO PUCK. “We had designed our products from the beginning to work perfectly with GoPro Cameras. Being a part of this team and aligning with GoPro as a sponsor of Newgarnden’s car is a true honor!” Fuller continued. “All of us are looking forward to an exciting day of racing. I know that I’ll be wearing my GO PUCK to power my Verizon IndyCar app, following all the action in today’s race.”
GO PUCK has previously been a part of CFH Racing when co-owner/driver Ed Carpenter claimed two Indianapolis 500 pole positions. “We are happy to welcome GO PUCK back for our season finale,” Carpenter said. “It is great to have GO PUCK on the car as well as GoPro, both leaders in wearable technologies, perfect pairing when we race here adjacent to Silicon Valley!”
“Josef Newgarden and CFH are both based in Indianapolis and are perfectly placed to help market our new launch into the 200+ stores of Dunhams Sporting Goods.” comments Lance Jones, Chief Development Officer for GO PUCK. Jones continues, “A bit of history, Blake Fuller’s previous company Braille Battery had sponsored Josef Newgarden in his first win in the Indy Lights race in 2012 so we are hoping for a great result today!”
The GoPro Grand Prix of Sonoma the race will be broadcast live on NBC Sports Network beginning at 4 p.m. ET.
GO PUCK is a USA based design and manufacturing company offering the only complete mobile power solution designed for active lifestyles by offering a system of solutions providing consumers, athletes, and professionals Mobile Freedom. Brought to you by the brain-trust behind Braille Batteries, the leaders in producing lithium-ion batteries for the elite auto racing industry, GO PUCK uses international-patented protected technology to produce modular, lightweight portable charger for mobile devices. With a unique mounting system to allow the power to mount to almost anything for backpacks to bicycles to roll cages, the GO PUCK is revolutionizing mountable and wearable power. For more information, visit
About CFH Racing
Led by co-owners Ed Carpenter, Sarah Fisher, and Wink Hartman, CFH Racing was formed in August 2014 by the integration of Ed Carpenter Racing and Sarah Fisher Hartman Racing. What is now CFH Racing has seven victories and 21 top five finishes in the past five years and earned back-to-back pole positions for the Indianapolis 500 with Carpenter in 2013 and 2014. CFH Racing competes in the 2015 Verizon IndyCar Series with two Chevrolet V6 Twin Turbos, prepared in the team’s Speedway, Ind. headquarters. Josef Newgarden pilots the No. 67 car; Carpenter is the driver of the No. 20 car for the oval events while Luca Filippi takes the wheel for the road and street course events.