Turn One Racing is pleased to announce a new alliance with Eibach Springs, the world’s leading manufacturer of performance suspension springs and the #1 choice of motorsports champions and automotive enthusiasts worldwide! The partnership kicks off this weekend during the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Darlington Raceway.
“Eibach Springs is pleased to announce the sponsorship agreement between Turn One Racing with their drivers Cole Whitt and Justin Marks for the 2011 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series season,” said Frank Simonetti, Motorsports Manager for Eibach Springs Inc.
Eibach enjoys a worldwide reputation as a leading manufacturer of Performance Suspension Springs, Components and Systems and Hi-Tech Industrial Springs, mostly for critical applications. Eibach is represented worldwide with subsidiaries on all five continents in Germany, USA, England, Japan, Australia and South Africa, with manufacturing plants in Germany and California, USA. Beyond that, Eibach is represented in more than 80 countries through national importers and/or representatives. The range of applications is extremely diverse, covering practically all Hi-Tech areas of the Industrial and the Automotive markets, where reliable Spring Technology is needed.
“As part of this agreement, Eibach will provide these two teams with the new ER Platinum Springs for both of their race trucks,” explained Simonetti. “Eibach is excited to add these two young and exciting drivers to our driver lineup for the 2011 season.”
Team Owner Stacy Compton is excited about the partnership as well. “We are really looking forward to running Eibach’s new ER Platinum Springs in our race trucks,” said Compton. “Eibach’s springs are engineered to meet the extreme requirements of racing, and we feel like their springs are the best in the business. Over the years, Eibach has used their involvement in Motorsports as an engineering tool and they have created some of the highest-grade chassis components around.”
In 2009, over 25 teams from all over the world rode on Eibach Springs on their way to championships. Turn One Racing hopes to add to that statistic with Whitt, who currently sits third in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series title chase, and Marks, who is currently 17th.
Turn One Racing PR