RacingJunk Races on Board to Support Camrie Caruso’s 2024 Super Comp Campaign

Camrie Caruso is having a stellar second season in Pro Stock - Anne Proffit photo
Camrie Caruso is having a stellar second season in Pro Stock – Anne Proffit photo

RacingJunk, the world’s #1 racing and performance marketplace, is pleased to announce its sponsorship of NHRA drag racer Camrie Caruso as she competes in 15+ races over the 2024 NHRA championship drag racing season. RacingJunk will be supporting Caruso’s Super Comp runs, although the 2022 NHRA Rookie of the Year will be piloting both the dragster and Pro Stock car throughout the season.

“This is a fantastic opportunity for us to support a young racer,” says Director of Sales and Business Development, Scott Stetz. “RacingJunk has been part of the grassroots race community since it’s inception and Camrie Caruso has been making her way through the ranks to get to this exciting spot where she’s campaigning not one, but two cars. We are thrilled to help sponsor her efforts in 2024.”

The sponsorship will include placement on Caruso’s Super Comp dragster, as well as a chance to catch up with the driver behind the scenes throughout the season as she prepares, races and does it all over again.

“I am so excited to have such an amazing company on board. I have worked with RacingJunk for so long and to be able to grow the relationship and work together more is a huge plus for me, especially because I have used RacingJunk and can relate to who we are reaching with it,” says Caruso.

Caruso, who entered the Pro Stock field in 2022, has been competing since she was 8 years old and racing in the NHRA Junior Dragsters division. She started to make waves in the NHRA championship division in 2022, where she earned the Rookie of the Year award and ended the season 12th in Pro Stock. Her Camrie Caruso Racing team, which includes sponsors Right Trailiers and Mullins Racing, decided to field the Super Comp car for the 2024 season in addition to the Pro Stock.

Two big wins highlighted her 2023 season – taking the first Pro Stock Allstar Callout title at the Route 66 NHRA Nationals and a solid Pro Stock win at the NHRA Arizona Nationals, all of which lead her to finish 11th in her field.

This season, she has her sites set big with the dual campaign, and RacingJunk will be there to cheer her on.

About Andreanna Ditton 311 Articles
Andreanna Ditton is the Editorial Director and Editor-in-Chief for the Internet Brands Automotive Classifieds Group, of which RacingJunk is the flagship site. She has worked in the automotive publishing industry since 2007, focusing on racing and performance issues.

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