Stremme and Team Move to Toyota for 2012
Inception Motorsports announced today their partnership with Toyota and the engine support of Triad Racing Technologies for the 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (NSCS).
“It is a great boost for our team to have the support of Toyota and Triad engines heading into Daytona and this season,” said David Stremme, driver of the No. 30 Toyota. “Our team is excited to have their support especially with their success in the sport.”
Triad currently supplies horsepower for teams in ARCA, NASCAR’s Truck, Nationwide and Cup Series and have over 50 race wins since 2009. This is the first full season for the newly formed Inception Motorsports. The team continues to look for sponsorship support for Stremme’s Toyota for 2012.
“Our team has grown over the off-season,” continued Stremme. “We have a great group of talented people in our race family who have been working hard to get us to where we need to be for this season. We are looking for the final pieces to the puzzle and hopefully our track presence will help find that sponsorship piece.”
Inception Motorsports PR
Latest from Speedway Digest Staff
More in this category: « 54th Daytona 500 Boasts a Record Purse of more than $19 Million Getting to know NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Bobby Labonte »