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Spire Motorsports expands relationship with Go-Parts

Officials from Spire Motorsports and Go-Parts have expanded their partnership and reached a three-race agreement that will feature Go-Parts as the primary sponsor of the team’s No. 77 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 in upcoming Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series races at Kentucky Speedway, Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway and Richmond (Va.) Raceway.

Go-Parts served as the team’s primary sponsor earlier this season in the STP 500 at Martinsville Speedway.

As one of eCommerce’s "original" auto parts retailers, Go-Parts delivers high-quality, low-cost replacement parts to satisfied customers across the globe. Boasting one of the industry’s largest online catalogs, Go-Parts shoppers can be sure they’re finding the right parts for the job every time.

"Go-Parts is thrilled to join Spire Motorsports on the No. 77 Chevrolet at Kentucky, Bristol, and Richmond, as a primary sponsor," said Sean Kennedy, Go-Parts Chief Executive Officer. "This sponsorship signals not only our growing relationship with Spire Motorsports, but also our continued efforts in supporting the sport that we all love. We look forward to interacting with fans and cheering on the No. 77 Go-Parts Chevrolet!"

Finding the right parts is easy with Go-Parts, where consumers can visit Go-Parts.com, enter their vehicle’s year, make, and model, and be instantly presented with a wide variety of part categories to help find everything they need to keep their car or truck safely on the road. Insurance companies, collision shops, and do-it-yourselfers all trust Go-Parts to deliver the parts they need quickly.

"We’re delighted Go-Parts has chosen to continue building on the successful partnership we established earlier this season," commented Spire Motorsports co-owner T.J. Puchyr. "We’re exceptionally proud that Go-Parts sees the value in our sport. We’ve forged a lasting relationship and we can’t wait to see that Go-Parts paint scheme back on the racetrack in a few weeks at Kentucky Speedway."

— Spire Motorsports —