Story By: BD MOTORSPORTS MEDIA – MILLSBORO, DE – Looking toward the future. Sunoco Race Fuels and BD Motorsports Media LLC has announced an extended, five-year partnership encompassing the Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series (STSS) Fueled By Sunoco, American Racer Cup, Fonda Speedway in Fonda, N.Y., Georgetown Speedway in Georgetown, Del., and Utica-Rome Speedway in Vernon, N.Y.
Sunoco will serve as the official fuel for all BD Motorsports Media LLC entities through 2028.
“We’re proud to extend our partnership with Sunoco Race Fuels for five more years,” BD Motorsports Media LLC proprietor Brett Deyo said. “The Sunoco Race Fuels brand is nationally recognized as an industry leader.”
BD Motorsports Media LLC and Sunoco Race Fuels joined forces first for the ’18 season, meaning the relationship will stretch – at the very least – the length of a decade.
Sunoco Race Fuels will be available for purchase at all events as the official fuel of the series with 98/100, 110, 112 and 114 options.
Entering its 11th season, the Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series (STSS) Fueled By Sunoco Modified and Crate 602 Sportsman programs visit 19 facilities in six states and six Canadian provinces in ’24, kicking off Feb. 6-10 at All-Tech Raceway in Lake City, Fla., with the ‘Sunshine Swing’ presented by Capitol Custom Trailers & Coaches Feb. 6-10.
The American Racer Cup continues its tradition of “winning with weekly racers” by rewarding Modified and Crate 602 Sportsman drivers competing at American Racer facilities in Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, and the Canadian province of Quebec.
Fonda Speedway, featuring an entirely new clay surface for ’24, opens its season on April 20 with the $12,000-to-win Jumpin’ Jack Johnson Memorial event, one week after an Open Practice on April 13.
Utica-Rome Speedway remembers late promoter Alex Friesen with its Season Opener on April 19 offering $6,800 to the winner. A pair of Open Practice sessions (April 12 & 16) precede the lid-lifter.
Georgetown Speedway kicks off the Northeast Modified season on Saturday, March 9 with the Short Track Super Series Jake Marine Memorial paying $8,500 to the winner. Two practice sessions are planned on March 2 and March 8.
For decades, Sunoco Race Fuels have been associated with racing excellence. Since the 1960s when Sunoco and Roger Penske’s race team forged a long and successful alliance, the company has grown into an industry powerhouse.
Today, Sunoco has expanded the reach of its racing fuels line around the world to include all types of professional motorsports and other activities where premium race fuels make a difference.
With its unsurpassed innovations and years of experience, it’s easy to understand why more and more engine builders, racers, tracks and sanctioning bodies choose Sunoco over all other racing gasoline combined.