Ty Dillon & GEICO Ink Extension With Germain

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Ty Dillon and sponsor GEICO have both signed multi-year extensions to remain with Germain Racing. (NASCAR Photo)

MOORESVILLE, N.C. – Sponsor GEICO and driver Ty Dillon have both signed multi-year contract extensions to remain with Germain Racing in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.

Germain Racing’s relationship with GEICo started in 2008 while Dillon joined the team as a rookie in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series this year. Germain Racing will also continue its technical alliance with Richard Childress Racing next season. Dillon is the grandson of Richard Childress Racing team owner Richard Childress.

“Being able to partner with GEICO all these years has been a source of great pride for our race team and for me personally. They’re an incredible company and they support our sport in so many different ways. We’re very fortunate to be the team that gets to represent GEICO on the race track. I appreciate their support and I look forward to working with them in the years to come,” said team owner, Bob Germain Jr. “Ty Dillon has given us some very exciting races in his rookie season. We have extended Ty’s contract, and look forward to crew chief Bootie Barker and Ty leading the team to more success. They will be supported by all of the same great team members who have helped build Germain Racing.”

“GEICO is an amazing sponsorship partner and a great supporter of NASCAR as a whole. I love having the chance to represent them and be a part of their widespread footprint in the sport, along with their long-standing relationship with Germain Racing. We’ve experienced success together during my rookie season and I’m excited for what the future holds for our No. 13 GEICO team,” says driver Ty Dillon, a 2017 Sunoco Rookie of the Year contender.

GEICO has an expansive presence within NASCAR, including the GEICO 500 at Talladega Superspeedway, the GEICO campgrounds, a large midway display at various racetracks, as well as the newest component, the GEICO Restart Zone, all of which are complemented by a sizeable multilevel media platform.