Mack Trucks, the "Official Hauler of NASCAR," unveiled two customized truck wrap designs for its Mack Anthem haulers as part of the NASCAR Salutes Refreshed by Coca-Cola campaign. Fans cast their votes for four wraps, choosing designs that will decorate two trucks from NASCAR's fleet of Mack Anthem haulers.
Mack Trucks, the "Official Hauler of NASCAR," recently hosted several of NASCAR's Mack Anthem haulers at its world headquarters in Greensboro, N.C., as part of its #thankatrucker campaign to recognize truckers for their hard work during the coronavirus pandemic.
Colby Howard, the driver of the #15 car, is sponsored by Ironpeddlers and SANY.
As NASCAR returns to the track in Charlotte, N.C., SANY America will be there with dealer partner Ironpeddlers as co-sponsors of driver Colby Howard and car #15 as part of the J.D.
As NASCAR returns to the track in Charlotte, N.C., SANY America will be there with dealer partner Ironpeddlers as co-sponsors of driver Colby Howard and car #15 as part of the J.D. Motorsports team.
On May 25, cars will take to the track at the Charlotte Motor Speedway for the XFINITY Series ALSCO 300 – without spectators – as NASCAR kicks off its revised 2020 racing schedule.
Mack Trucks and NASCAR announced a multi-year extension of their partnership agreement continuing the designation of Mack as the "Official Hauler of NASCAR." As part of the agreement, Mack will continue to provide a dedicated fleet of customized Mack Anthem 70-inch stand-up sleeper models spec'd to meet the needs of NASCAR's demanding schedule.
ROMCO recently treated its customers and friends to a weekend racing event at the Texas Motor Speedway for a NASCAR Xfinity Truck Series race.
The event featured a meet-and-greet with Joe Nemechek and his son, John Hunter, pit tours and more.
ROMCO has been a longtime sponsor of NEMCO Motorsports, which like ROMCO, is a family-owned and operated business.
"In racing, as in construction, you are only as good as the equipment you have under you," said NASCAR legend Joe Nemechek to a gathering of ROMCO Equipment customers during a recent race weekend at Texas Motor Speedway.
This truism was among several comparisons Nemechek and ROMCO owner Robert Mullins drew between racing and heavy construction as they addressed the crowd of contractors and ROMCO customers that were on hand for the event.
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The two skill sets are seemingly mutually exclusive, but not for this Texas man who has not only made a name for himself in the construction industry, but also is making an impressive name in NASCAR racing — in meteoric fashion.
Howell Tractor & Equipment LLC hosted customers in the Mi-Jack Tower Terrace suite for the Brickyard 400 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Speedway, Ind., on Sept. 8.
Guests were treated to the Brickyard experience, including a walk through Gasoline Alley, the Yard of Bricks and Pit Lane with NASCAR insider Lee Spencer.
A $50 million redevelopment project is currently under way at the Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama. The result will be new attractions and enhanced amenities for fans, sponsor teams and stakeholders at the world-famous racetrack's infield.
Known as "Transformation — The Talladega Superspeedway Infield Project by Graybar," the project has consisted of two phases.
Darrell "Bubba" Wallace Jr., driver of the No. 43 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, made a brief detour on his way to Pocono Raceway to visit Mack Trucks' Lehigh Valley Operations in Macungie, Pa. After meeting employees to sign autographs and pose for photos, Wallace toured part of the assembly line where all Mack trucks for the United States and export markets are built.