NHRA: Camping World out as Series Sponsor

Jeffrey Young, NHRA’s vice-president of marketing and communications, confirmed Sunday that the drag-racing sanctioning body is searching for a new series title sponsor, that Camping World does not plan to renew its agreement at the end of next season.

“Our contract expires at the end of next season. They let us know that they’re not going to renew that at the end of 2024. They said they’re going to invest that (money) in their employees,” Young said during the NHRA’s Gerber Glass and Collision Route 66 Nationals at Joliet, Ill.

“Our team’s out looking for a new sponsor. They’re out, pitching for the future and having a lot of conversations,” Young said. “We expect to make an announcement soon.”

Route 66 NHRA Nationals Results

The Gerber Collision & Glass Route 66 NHRA Nationals proved to be a very full, very entertaining affair for fans who had been waiting eagerly for the return of the NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series.

After a span of four years without drag racing at the impressive facility, Clay Millican (Top Fuel), Tim Wilkerson (Funny Car), Dallas Glenn (Pro Stock), and Gaige Herrera (Pro Stock Motorcycle) were the competitors who had all the right pieces in place to claim particularly unforgettable wins.

Clay Millican
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