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Jayski.com: Cope, #55 team return to the track at Texas

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After a week off from Martinsville Speedway, Derrike Cope is ready to get back into his #55, Toyota Camry for this weekend's O'Reilly Auto Parts 500 at Texas Motor Speedway. He may not have participated in the STP 500, but he didn't actually have the weekend off. He was there as Premium Motorsports' shock specialist, which is what he does in between races.

This week, Cope rides with Low T Center as his primary partner. Low T Center is the leader in physician-led diagnosis and treatment of low testosterone in men with 50 locations nationwide. "At Low T Center we seek to improve men's health and their quality of life. We feel that every man deserves to live an abundant life, no matter his age." said Dr. Bill Reilly, National Medical Director for Low T Center.

Low T Center offers a quick and simple blood test with the convenience of an on-site lab with results in minutes. If levels are below what is considered clinically acceptable, the medical professionals at the Low T Center will discuss individual options and begin treatment. Most health insurance is even accepted for treatment.

Derrike Cope hopes to help Low T Center's overall message by encouraging men to be proactive with their health and to get their levels tested. As many studies show men are the worst offenders of not going to the doctor. Cope says getting his numbers checked at Low T Center is next on his to-do list.

Cope also welcomes 407 BBQ this weekend. He, along with his Premium Motorsports crew members are looking forward to their tasty Texas style dishes.

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