There’s a great deal of excitement over Tuesday’s announcement that Chevrolet will power Fernando Alonso’s McLaren entry in the 103rd Indianapolis 500 next May.
RacingJunk is proud to announce its partnership with inTech trailers for 2019’s Max the Tach III.
As a recent racing emigre to the United States some 35 years ago, driver Derek Daly made a remark deprecating himself using what was then common British slang. Thirty-five years later, that comment returned to haunt Daly and his son Conor.
Shortly after 9AM on an overcast Thursday morning in Long Beach, an email arrived. After 44 years, Toyota Motor North America has withdrawn its title sponsorship of the Grand Prix of Long Beach.
As the bleeding continues, another well-known sponsor has announced its final departure from motorsports.
The U.S. Army has been part of Don Schumacher Racing’s team and has had a marketing presence with NHRA for almost 20 years. As of next year, that relationship is ending.
The NHRA announced that Summit Racing Equipment has renewed its title sponsorship of the NHRA Summit Racing Jr. Drag Racing League.
JEGS and the NHRA have reached an agreement, naming the high performance auto equipment retailer as title-rights sponsor for the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series event at Route 66 Raceway, just outside Chicago.
NASCAR and Monster Energy have officially agreed to extend the entitlement sponsorship of NASCAR’s premier series through 2019.
Ford Performance will be sponsoring Bob Tasca III and Tasca Racing for the entirety of the 2018 Funny Car campaign – as primary sponsor for 16 races and a co-sponsor for the rest.