Castrol and John Force Racing dedicated the delivery of a WT-960 TRAN-SIT® Car Transfer Simulator to be used at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Wayne, NJ. Numerous dignitaries from Castrol and St. Joseph’s Hospital were on hand for the occasion.
The state-of-the-art and high-tech WT-960 TRAN-SIT® Car Transfer Simulator will forever change how patients can reclaim their independence by providing them a convenient and safe method of regaining their basic driving skills within a controlled environment.
“The simulated car or vehicle that we have on the unit will allow our patients the freedom and ability to get back on the road as well as feel safe about it. They will also be safe for other passengers and other drivers. The fact that John and Brittany Force came out today to support this product and show that there is a need for rehabilitation equipment like this. We are very grateful to them and Castrol BP,” said Dr. Massod, Medical Director of the Acute Rehabilitation Unit.
Daryl Benton, US Marketing Director with Castrol, was also in attendance and spoke about the Castrol EDGE brand and how it ties to “Performance” and “Driven Stronger”.
“A brand like Castrol EDGE is all about driving performance and by introducing John and Brittany Force that drive these high-performance vehicles, it's a natural fit,” said Benton. “For John to tell his story about recovery and rehabilitation and how he worked with a vehicle simulator that help to bring him back to win two more NHRA Funny Car championships is inspirational.”
Article and photo courtesy of JFRacing.
March 6, 2014