JONESTOWN, Pa. – Drydene Performance Products will serve as the primary sponsor for Brent Larson and Larson-Ranta Motorsports in the World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series this season.
“The partnership with Larson-Ranta Motorsports and the addition of Brent to Team Drydene rounds out our commitment to dirt track racing and the most passionate fans in the world,” said Dave Klinger, President of Drydene Performance Products.
“With primary sponsorships of cars in both the World of Outlaws Late Model and Sprint Car Series, being the Official Oil, Lubricants and DEF sponsor of the World of Outlaws, and television, radio, online and at track activation, Drydene has a solid foundation in the sport to continue to build the Drydene brand with fans at all levels.”
Larson is a multi-championship winning dirt late model race car driver with more than 104 career victories to his name. He is the 2007 DTRA Late Model national champion and has won the Cedar Lake Speedway track championship five times.
In addition, Larson has won the Superior Speedway and Red Cedar Speedway track championship once apiece, as well as the KRA Speedway track championship in 1995. He currently sits seventh on the all-time late model win list at Cedar Lake Speedway with 28 victories in the division, dating back to his first late model win at CLS in 2006.
Last season was Larson’s rookie year with the World of Outlaws Late Model Series, and he looks to improve on his top-10 finish in points.
“I’m really thankful and excited about the exclusive partnership with Drydene Performance Products, they are such a great group of people with awesome products,” said Larson. “We share the same values in our desire to win and perform at the highest levels and having Drydene onboard speaks to their commitment to us and to the sport.
“I’m honored to be representing a brand like Drydene. The dyno results and performance testing is outstanding and their oil products will help us be the best that we can and chase that podium,” Larson added. “We’re really positive about this season and can’t wait for the first race to start.”