First Brands Group Opens 2023 Spring and Summer Racing Sponsorship Application - Engine Builder Magazine

First Brands Group Opens 2023 Spring and Summer Racing Sponsorship Application

First Brands Group has announced the opening of its sponsorship application for the 2023 season. Competitors in stock car, kart, dirt track, drag racing, motocross and other circuits can apply today through December 15, 2022.

StopTech®, Autolite®, Raybestos® and FRAM®, will provide support to teams that are selected for racing sponsorships. Selected teams will represent these automotive parts brands in hundreds of events across the United States.

“Our racing program is back for 2023, and with the support of four of our industry-leading brands, this is shaping up to be our biggest year yet,” said Carl Weber, senior marketing director, First Brands Group. “We’re confident that our support and high-performance brakes, filters and spark plugs will give our sponsored teams a boost as they race towards a victory.”

In 2022, StopTech®, Autolite®, Raybestos® and FRAM® sponsored more than 50 race teams competing in stock car, kart, dirt track, drag racing and motocross circuits. The 2023 sponsorship program will offer more co-sponsorship opportunities to give selected race teams support from multiple brands

If you think you’ve got what it takes to make it to our sponsorship winner circle apply here, fbgsponsorships.com 

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