Brandon Jones will drive the No. 19 Flow Waterjet Toyota Supra. COURTESY, Joe Gibbs Racing and Flow International Corporation

Brandon Jones will drive the No. 19 Flow Waterjet Toyota Supra. COURTESY, Joe Gibbs Racing and Flow International Corporation

Kent-based Flow Waterjet joins ride with NASCAR and Joe Gibbs Racing

Flow-branded car debuts on track in Kansas City on Saturday

  • Tuesday, October 15, 2019 1:14pm
  • Business

Kent-based Flow International Corporation, a leading developer and manufacturer of ultrahigh-pressure waterjet cutting systems, makes its NASCAR debut with Joe Gibbs Racing at the Kansas Lottery 300 NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Kansas Speedway on Saturday, Oct.19.

Driven by Joe Gibbs Racing’s Brandon Jones, the No. 19, Flow Waterjet Toyota Supra will hit the track wrapped in Flow’s signature teal color scheme.

“It’s great to share the technology that is so important to our car’s performance under the hood, on the outside of the car with our loyal fans,” said Mark Bringle, technical partner activation manager of Joe Gibbs Racing, in a news release.

Earlier this year, Joe Gibbs Racing added a Flow Mach 500 4020 waterjet with a Dynamic XD cutting head and HyperJet pump to their production operations at their Huntersville, North Carolina facility.

Learn more at FlowWaterjet.com and joegibbsracing.com.

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