What the media reports about a driver can boost or break their career. Blake is a great spokesperson and has a good relationship with the media as shown by the following comments.
~Malcolm West Host WBKR Race Talk, Track Announcer.
"I have had the honor for over 20 years announcing, broadcasting, and interviewing NASCAR and local drivers. It is very rare to see a young man with all the trappings of a rising superstar in racing. Blake understands the public relations part of auto racing. He makes a point to visit the announcers' booth at area tracks. He never fails to talk to the announcer, even when he is not having a good run. He always presents himself in a professional manner on or off the race track. Being involved in racing on both the national and local scene for many years, it is refreshing to know we have drivers like Blake Isenberg who will keep the sport at a top level that the fans deserve!"
~Spivey Williams Co-Host, Event Radio Live Productions
"I had the pleasure of watching Blake drive beginning a long time before he had a driver's license, as the former owner of Race World. I watched him drive our cars beginning at the ripe old age of about 10. Even then it was evident there was something special about this kid. Most of the kids thought it was bumper cars; but not Blake. He took every ride very serious, and it was all about passing every car on the track; he really wasn't happy unless he did. His mom and dad got him a mini cup race car, and Blake took to it like a duck to water, not stopping until a championship had been won. About the same time, I started doing a motorsports show on WDNS Fm Radio and asked Blake to be a guest on the show. I was amazed when he handled the interview like a seasoned veteran with very little coaching from his dad. He later moved up to the Baby Grand stock cars, and nothing changed ...just more winning but at a much faster pace, and yes, another season championship to follow. Now he has moved into a full-fledged late model stock car, and both the winning and interviews are a natural. I have had him on our show many times, and he has handled each one like the true professional that he has become. I feel very sure that once he is seen by the right car owner, I will then be making appointments for an interview. I wish him the best of luck ...he has surely earned it."
~Richard Cunningham Owner, Straight Circles Communications - Motorsports PR Firm.
"In the 25 years I've been involved in the motorsports PR industry, I've developed that knack for spotting the real deals and the pretenders. Blake Isenberg comes at the sport like many teenagers with a dream of fame and success. What I'm noticing so far in his short Late Model career is that he's more focused on the success than the fame, a trait that stands him apart from 1,000s of others. He's making the off track efforts to represent himself in a professional manner, rather than in an "I'm a rock star race car driver". While for product representation the rock star might attract the initial attention, the approach Blake is taking will last and not flame out due to lack of talent and knowledge. What I like about Blake is he's got the rock star quality without flaunting it. A sponsor would be well-served to look at a long-term relationship and build upon the skills he's got naturally within. Longevity is hard to come by in the fast-paced sport of racing, flames burn out, loyalty goes by the wayside as soon as a dollar is waved in another direction, and there are very few racers that have all the qualities that make them sponsor ready. Blake Isenberg is sponsor ready."