MOORESVILLE, N.C. – Anest Iwata will be teaming up with Go Fas Racing, Matt DiBenedetto and CorvetteParts.net for multiple races in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series.
The sponsorship program will begin this weekend at Kentucky Speedway.
Anest Iwata specializes in manual and automatic spray guns guns used across fine art, high end automotive refinish, and industrial markets. Anest Iwata is a leading manufacturer of engineered solutions for air compressors, vacuum pumps, spray and finishing systems.
“Having Anest Iwata join me at Go Fas is very exciting,” DiBenedetto said. “It’s a brand I’m very proud to represent and have a great relationship with. They already work with our partners over at Cosmo Motors and we think we can create some more relationships for Anest Iwata and our other partners that will be mutually beneficial as well. They make the best spray guns out there and it’s so cool to see the work they’re able to do. I consider Nicolle to be a great friend of mine, and it’s so great to have them as part of our family at Go Fas.”
“Earlier this year we saw an article declaring Matt and Go Fas Racing as the underdogs of the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series,” Nicolle Williams, head of North American Marketing for Anest Iwata. “A lot of companies would take one look at that sentiment and run for the hills, not Anest Iwata. We love the underdog. We love rugged ambition and courage that can only be shown by the underestimated. Our vast community of artists, painters, applicators, and coaters is full of people just like Matt and the team at Go Fas, and we are honored to be able to represent each and every one of them in all we do. When the day comes that Matt makes it to victory lane, you can be sure that all of TeamIwata will be right there behind him.”
“We’re all very excited to have Nicolle and everyone over at Anest Iwata team up with our long time partners, Tom and T.J. Keen of Corvetteparts.net, here in Kentucky this weekend,” said team owner Archie St.Hilaire. “We’ve all be able to work together over the past few months to build this co-primary partnership opportunity and we feel that this weekend in Kentucky will be a great showcase for both companies as each of them calls Kentucky Speedway their home track.”