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Ridgeway, Virginia – October 28, 2015 – The Team ScubaLife Special Halloween Wrap on Ray Black, Jr’s NASCAR Truck Series was featured on’s home page this week.  ScubaLife was thrilled that our sponsored car was featured on the NASCAR truck series website.  ScubaLife is proud to be a sponsor with NASCAR and to promote this year’s Halloween Graphics Wrap on Black’s #07 Chevrolet.

It was a tricky Halloween NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) race this past Saturday at Martinsville Speedway, but rookie driver Ray Black Jr. overcame multiple issues including radio problems and a late-race spin to finish 20th. The driver of the No. 07 Chevrolet also made up some ground in the championship points standings, and now sits just 14 points outside the Top-10.

Black’s race weekend got started off with a special feature on Fox Sports 1 in which he took race analyst Ray Dunlap diving in Key Largo. The pair talked about Black’s diving background, passion for racing, and how the two are similar. Fans who missed the feature can see it again here:

As the Kroger 200 fell on Halloween, one of Black’s favorite holidays, the driver got into the Halloween spirit by dressing up both himself and his No. 07 Chevy. Black, the only NCWTS driver to dress up, attended driver introductions as a pirate, while his truck featured an orange and black paint job with skeleton divers and a kraken.

“I had a blast dressing up for the pre-race festivities,” said Black. “Halloween is one of my favorite holidays so why not have fun with it! Being a pirate went with the water theme we had on the truck this weekend, so it worked out perfectly!”

As the race began, Black, who got progressively faster throughout the two practice sessions and qualifying, started off the race from the 21st spot. Within the opening laps, it became evident there was a radio issue as Black stated over the radio that he could not hear his spotter or crew chief. He had no choice but to come to pit road during the first caution of the day at Lap 7.

Black quickly began moving back up through the field after the race went green again, focusing heavily on his entry and exit in Turns 3 and 4 and avoiding the multitude of cautions for spins on the track. With less than 30 laps to go, Black got loose coming out of Turn 2 and found himself spinning out. After pitting to fix any damage, Black got back out on the track one lap down. However, the field was not done wrecking just yet, and Black received the “Lucky Dog” free pass when the yellow flag came back out just a couple of laps later.

“We had one tough truck here!” Black explained. “The damage wasn’t too bad after our spin and we were able to get back out there and finish the race, which was great for us. Martinsville is madness, but fun! Glad we were able to use our finish to make a dent in the points as we get ready for the final three races of the season.”

With just three races remaining, Black continues to climb into contention to finish in the Top-10 of the championship standings. He now needs 14 points to secure the 10th spot from fellow competitor Spencer Gallagher.

Black’s next NCWTS race will take place Friday, November 6 at Texas Motor Speedway. A special announcement concerning Black’s Texas race weekend will also be revealed on Tuesday, November 2.

Learn more about Black and his sponsor, ScubaLife, by following them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at @TeamScubaRacing and @RayBlackJr. Fans can also visit and for more.

ScubaLife is an online membership-based program focused on building a community for divers and water enthusiasts of all levels of experience. Its members have access the many benefits and rewards offered through ScubaLife and its participating partners and service providers.  Members also receive insider access to NASCAR’s Team Scuba and race car driver, Ray Black Jr. through special events and promotional activities.

About ScubaLife

Founded in 2011, ScubaLife is a worldwide club of water enthusiasts that offers its members discounts on travel, vacations and sport activities.  It also provides world class support, affiliate resources and professional liability insurance for dive instructors.  ScubaLife is an initiative from NASE Worldwide, a division of the CDA Training Group and is based out of Jacksonville, Florida. To learn more about professional opportunities contact ScubaLife at (888) 903-6273 or
About Ray Black, Jr.

Ray Black, Jr. grew up in Florida after relocating from Montgomery, Alabama at age 9. It was here that Black fell in love with deep sea diving after a couple of scuba trips with his father. His passion for motorsports came later at age 14 after playing some racing video games. He began competing in the Florida Mini Cup Racing Association (FMCRA), where he finished in the top-5 in every race and secured the FMCRA Junior All Star Championship. In 2013 Black moved up to racing pro late models and then into the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series in 2014. During that year, he got his first taste of true NASCAR racing when he competed in seven races for SS Green Light Racing. The 2015 season marks Black's first full year in one of NASCAR's national touring series.