Story By: LONGHORN CHASSIS – CHINA GROVE, NC – In partnership with Loenbro Motorsports; Longhorn Chassis has taken a significant step to combine efforts and expand with Loenbro as the demand for the company’s products have increased exponentially over the years.
The merge will combine their resources and personnel in an effort to offer top-notch customer service to racers across the country.
With a customer focused approach, Longhorn Chassis will provide Late Model and Modified racers with the resources they need to be competitive on the racetrack.
From supplying high-quality cars to offering technical support and ensuring parts availability; Longhorn looks to ensure that its services are available to meet the needs of its consumers.
“We understand that our biggest assets are our drivers, teams and employees who have built the Longhorn brand into what it is today. Our goal is to make every effort to provide the services needed to continue the success we have had.” said Steve Arpin of Loenbro Motorsports. “Justin has surrounded himself with a great group of people. As I say in everything I’ve done, every business is only as good as its people and are truly the key to success. Our team at Loenbro is excited to move forward with this group and we are tremendously grateful for this opportunity.”
The merge will take place effective immediately as the companies have already started to combine assets. Longhorn and Loenbro Motorsports have already formed additional partnerships in an effort to increase supply and plan to continue building on quality control.
Kevin Rumley, who has played a vital role in Longhorn’s success will remain the lead engineer. “I’m very excited to have an opportunity to utilize these added resources to further develop the longhorn chassis from a performance and quality standpoint” said Rumley.
“We’ve been so focused over the years on building fast race cars. We are excited for this opportunity to partner with Loenbro, the team they have assembled and to give customers the service they deserve” said Justin Labonte, founder of Longhorn Chassis.
Additional information regarding this partnership will be announced throughout the 2022 race season.