SOURCE: Interactive Motorsports & Entertainment Corp.

February 07, 2007 09:00 ET

Interactive Motorsports' Reactor Race Car Simulators Debut at Sprint Nextel's 2007 Fan Experience

INDIANAPOLIS, IN -- (MARKET WIRE) -- February 7, 2007 -- Sprint Nextel has selected Interactive Motorsports' (OTCBB: IMTS) new Reactor race car simulators as a featured attraction for the upgraded 2007 NEXTEL Experience that will debut at the Daytona International Speedway this coming weekend.

Sprint Nextel will feature six of the company's patented motion-based race simulators as a featured attraction within its interactive fan experience that will be displayed at NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series events during the 2007 season.

The company's original SMS simulators have been the featured attraction of the NEXTEL Experience since 2004. Interactive Motorsports offers a realistic race simulation by integrating proprietary race simulator technology with licenses of NASCAR's popular teams and tracks.

William R. Donaldson, chairman and CEO of Interactive Motorsports and Entertainment, said, "We're thrilled with the opportunity to bring our exciting new Reactor race car simulators to Daytona together with Sprint Nextel. We are certain that race fans will love the action provided by these new generation simulators. We appreciate the opportunity to continue to support the NEXTEL Experience as we have for the past three years."

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