STATESVILLE, N.C. – Performance Plus Motor Oil has joined GMS Racing to sponsor Dalton Sargeant in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.
The Performance Plus Motor Oil colors will appear on Sargeant’s Chevrolet Silverado beginning this Friday during the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series opener at Daytona Int’l Speedway.
“We’re very excited to be affiliated with the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series in 2018 with Dalton Sargeant,” said director of Industrial Lubricants James Drozdowski. “We’ve had a really good track record with Dalton in the past and he even took the Performance Plus car to victory lane at Iowa Speedway. We really enjoy being in motorsports as it proves that our products can be trusted in the most demanding environments. Our high quality base oil and superior additive package means our oil not only provides better performance but also withstands the wear and tear of NASCAR. We have high expectations for Sargeant and GMS Racing and looking forward to seeing the No. 25 Performance Plus Truck competing for wins.”
While Performance Plus Motor Oil is new to GMS Racing, they have had a successful history with Dalton Sargeant. Teaming up for the first time last year in the ARCA Racing Series at Iowa Speedway, Sargeant took his Performance Plus Motor Oil entry to victory lane. In addition to ARCA, Performance Plus Motor Oil joined Sargeant for the final two Truck Series races of the 2017 season.
“It’s great to have the support of Performance Plus Motor Oil now in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series,” said Sargeant. “They’ve been with me for a while and experienced everything possible as a sponsor. They’ve experienced the highs with me, by going to victory lane in ARCA at Iowa Speedway, as well as the lows that come with this sport.
“The truck looks great, I feel like it has a few characteristics of some vintage Cup cars in the past, plus the Performance Plus Motor Oil yellow makes it stand out. I wanted our Truck to be visible to the guy who’s sitting high up in the grandstand and I think we accomplished that.”