DOVER, Del. – Drydene Performance Products has announced a multi-year partnership with Dover Int’l Speedway to serve as entitlement sponsor for the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Drydene 400 on Oct. 6.
The company also announced a primary sponsorship agreement with Go Fas Racing and driver Corey LaJoie in a press conference Thursday morning in front of the Monster Monument at Victory Plaza at Dover Int’l Speedway.
In addition to those announcements, a sweepstakes was unveiled where one lucky fan will win a 2019 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 if LaJoie wins any stages of the Drydene 400.
“Drydene Performance Products is thrilled to announce the inaugural Drydene 400 and bringing Corey LaJoie onto Team Drydene,” said Dave Klinger, President of Drydene Performance Products. “A partnership with the iconic track at Dover is a natural fit: like Drydene, Dover Int’l Speedway is part of American racing heritage.”
Klinger opened the press conference unveiling the Drydene 400 brandmark with Dover Int’l Speedway president and CEO Mike Tatoian. The event is the track’s second NASCAR Cup Series race of the year and Drydene’s first event entitlement sponsorship of a NASCAR event with Dover Int’l Speedway.
“We are excited to partner with another historic and performance-driven brand, Drydene Performance Products, for the Drydene 400,” said Tatoian. “We are looking forward to having Drydene as part of our Monster Mile family as we continue our track’s 50th anniversary celebration.”
Drydene also announced a partnership with Go Fas Racing driver Corey LaJoie for the 2019 and 2020 Drydene 400. The Drydene No. 32 Ford Mustang of Go Fas Racing that LaJoie will race at the Drydene 400 was also unveiled during the press conference.
“For the Drydene 400, Corey is joining an outstanding group of drivers, both past and present, that have competed as part of the Team Drydene brand: from dirt to asphalt, local to nationwide, our drivers embody the hard work, dedication, and tenacity that is part of who we are,” stated Klinger.
“I’m excited to partner with Drydene for the Drydene 400 at Dover,” said Corey LaJoie. “Their support of racing as a whole makes this a great match, and we’re excited to take it to the next level.”