Discussion in 'NASCAR chat' started by gnomesayin, Apr 12, 2019.
Reminds me of the old Chad Little John Deere car. Good looking ride.
Every new sponsor is a good looking ride no matter how ugly it is.
Chastain picks up a couple sponsors for Pocono
On the Truck: Ross Chastain’s No. 45 Chevrolet will carry the BAJA colors at Pocono Raceway this weekend.
The BAJA network is comprised of three different companies providing field service, starters, and manufacturing for gas compression applications throughout the United States.
Niece Motorsports and the No. 45 team are also proud to represent Acurlite Structural Skylights at Pocono Raceway.
Headquartered in Berwick, Pennsylvania, Acurlite is a leader in “bringing the sky inside.”
Ron Palombo, a former principal at Skytech Systems, Inc., founded Acurlite with his wife Donna and a talented group of individuals that set out with a mission to provide the best heavy-duty, commercial skylights and sloped glazing products on the market.
Acurlite Structural Skylights, Inc. has more than 300 years combined industry experience in overhead and vertical glazing.
The first comment was from a person who failed grade school math.
20 Million is what Monster pays Nascar and is only the beginning of their expenses.
Mind you it is a good bargain price.
Discount Tire and Team Penske extend partnership
Scottsdale, Ariz. – Discount Tire renewed their commitment to Team Penske, enhancing their presence on the No. 2 Ford Mustang, driven by Brad Keselowski. The multi-year agreement will see Discount Tire as the primary sponsor for five additional NASCAR Cup Series races, including the Daytona 500, the Brickyard 400 and the season finale in Phoenix, for a total of 15 events.
Discount Tire will continue to be an associate sponsor of Team Penske drivers Ryan Blaney and Joey Logano in the NASCAR Cup Series, along with NASCAR Xfinity Series driver Austin Cindric. The company will also continue its partnership with the Team Penske IndyCar Series program as an associate sponsor on both the No. 2 car, driven by Josef Newgarden, and the No. 22 car with driver Simon Pagenaud.
Horrible timing all round. iK9 missed a payment, Jeffery could not drive and iK9 made him miss a contracted race. Now, Jeffery was scheduled to race at Mid-Ohio and now the relationship has dissolved completely.
Yikes man, I guess iK9 got what they wanted in being involved with a top team in Xfinity and dumps Jeffery in the process. This is business at the end of the day, but I can't help but feel Jeffery got poached. That's just my armchair opinion though.
Personally I didn't mind Jeffrey in the 18. Better than some 18 year old rookie, at least to me.
Can't uncle Dale help the lad? Usually if Junior agrees to do a commercial for a company they will sponsor a driver.
What sponsorship is Jeffrey bringing now? Annett, Allgaier, Gragson all bring sponsors. Usually whoever is in the 8 All-Star car is bringing sponsorship as well.
Jr has wanted to put Josh Berry in his cars more for a while I believe and he doesn't have much to bring to the table for sponsors.
Dale addressed some of this on his podcast around the start of the season. It sounded like Dale would have liked to put him in a car for at least a few races, but it sounds like Jeffrey kind of likes the idea of doing it own his own without relying on Uncle Jr, AND, Jeffrey has developed a pretty close relationship with Toyota, which limits how much Dale can really be involved. Now that this latest deal has gone bust, maybe that changes things, I don't know.
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From iK9 .Quote Tweet
Replying to @tristanrebel
Jeffrey canceled his contract with us. Please direct your frustration to his page.
Still not a good look for iK9.
I agree with that.
If the driver cancelled his sponsorship deal, while most drivers are searching for sponsors, there has to be a good reason. If the sponsor hasn't paid his contract on time, that is a good reason.
^ more money for Nascar and tracks with less sponsorship for teams.
Never know, they could be an associate sponsor or maybe a case of a one-off sponsor for somebody. All depends of what the company wants to do and they go about marketing themselves.
Look at Credit One, the "official credit card of NASCAR", being a primary sponsor and associate sponsor for Ganassi.
More goodies for the kids:
Niece and nephews love the show as well.
Sounds like the new sponsorship model for NASCAR is striking interest. I'm extremely curious to see how it is solved out over time and seeing what companies are involved. Also, with the whole AT&T fiasco of the past, I'm wondering if major telecommunication companies are over it now? After Sprint left as the primary sponsor of the sport, telecom company interest has been missing for the most part. Hopefully, this works for NASCAR over the long run:
Anything to see Chastain behind the wheel, I'm down for this. Also, with Monster not being the primary sponsor of the series means they can pull this move after this season.
Is Monster available in 'Wild Watermelon' flavor?
Adam Stern is a national treasure.
Byron's never going to graduate. Fortunately, stock car racing isn't subject to the NCAA's eligibility rules.
I'm glad to see any team get more sponsor support, even Ware's rolling chicanes. Suppose M&M's will cough some up?
I believe he graduated a long time ago
I would have loved to see Dale E sr. run that car. The look really suites his style.
New sponsor for the 88: (One race this year, two races in 2020)
Ally seems happy with their brand exposure.
Well, I did predict "Ally to the 88" to replace Nationwide Insurance... so I'll be interested to hear more about this.
Death to the deathbedders. BTW where have they slunk off too anyway?
A degree from that joint is slightly more valuable than one from that other guy's now defunct "University".
I said slightly.
Ally Bank is on Twitter. Insert smiley here ...
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