• Brian Wong, WSR Demoted to 12th in Chaotic NASCAR Truck Series Return
    Brian Wong, WSR Demoted to 12th in Chaotic NASCAR Truck Series Return Check out the action from the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series
  • Strong ARCA Run for Brian Wong
    Strong ARCA Run for Brian Wong WSR heads to Chevrolet Silverado 250
  • Brian Wong and WSR Return to ARCA at the Road America 100
    Brian Wong and WSR Return to ARCA at the Road America 100 Check out the Action Sunday August 27th
  • MDM Motorsports Partners with WSR for NCWTS/ARCA Road Races
    MDM Motorsports Partners with WSR for NCWTS/ARCA Road Races Plans announced for NASCAR Crafstman Truck Series and ARCA
  • Strong Day, Tough Finish at Sonoma
    Strong Day, Tough Finish at Sonoma Check out the action from the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series
  • Brian Wong Returns to NASCAR
    Brian Wong Returns to NASCAR WSR and Brian Wong return to NASCAR competition at Sonoma
  • Brian Wong Impresses at Red Bull Global Rallycross
    Brian Wong Impresses at Red Bull Global Rallycross Check out the race report here!
  • Wild NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Debut for Brian Wong and WSR
    Wild NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Debut for Brian Wong and WSR Check out the race report!
  • VIR cut short for Brian Wong and WSR
    VIR cut short for Brian Wong and WSR See the Race Report Here!
  • Brian Wong at Watkins Glen
    Brian Wong at Watkins Glen See the race report from Watkins Glen

Nationwide is on NASCAR’s Side

 

dis mencs earnhardt 063017Despite losing their star driver, Dale Earnhardt Jr., due to retirement at the end of 2017, Nationwide announced a re-up of their sponsorship with replacement driver Alex Bowman for the next two years with long-time partner Hendrick Motorsports.

While Bowman is widely considered to be talented, his results in 2018 have yet to provide a particular result, but clearly Nationwide;s involvement remains strong.

It’s important to note this for multiple reasons:

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What Patron’s Exit Really Signals

DCYwHOJXoAEWSmLA staple of sportscar racing for nearly 15 years, the Patron Spirits logo will no longer be in the scene starting in 2019.

While some may look at it as a symbol of sportscar’s (IMSA) lack of marketing viability, the real question may actually lie in whether or not the viability was ever there, and instead demonstrates the fragile nature of sportscar sponsorships and their attachment to an individual.

In this case, former CEO Ed Brown.

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