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Springrates backing Stefan Parsons for three races starting in Bristol

The #78 Springrates Supra that Stefan Parsons will pilot at Bristol this weekend. (PC : Shawn Magee)

NASCAR Xfinity Series driver Stefan Parsons will hop back into the driver’s seat with BJ McLeod Motorsports with a new look on his Toyota Supra.

Springrates, an  automotive suspension company, and BJ McLeod Motorsports have announced a three race deal to bring the Springrates colors back to Parsons’ car.

The company will join Parsons at Bristol this weekend, and then Texas and Martinsville in October. Phoenix Construction, who sponsored Parsons during his CARS Tours career, will also serve as an associate partner for those races.

Springrates CEO Sean Taylor complimented the 22 year old’s talent when deciding to continue the partnership.

“We are thrilled to join the NASCAR Xfinity Series and partner with Stefan Parsons and BJ McLeod Motorsports,” Taylor said. “I quickly noticed Parsons talent when he drove for us earlier this year in the NASCAR Gander RV & Outdoors Truck Series. He has such a bright future ahead of him and we want to be a part of the ride…literally!”

“I can’t thank Sean and BJ enough to be able to add three more races to my 2020 NASCAR Xfinity Series schedule,” Parsons said in a press release. “The BJMM team has had some solid runs lately, and I look forward to building on that momentum this weekend!”

The scheme was designed by Shawn Magee, who has been working with BJ Mcelod Motorsports with Stefan on multiple occasions this season.

“Springrates wanted something bold that would positively reflect their brand,” Magee said. “Combined with the bright Cyan colors, the Springrates logo stands out on the darker base.”

Springrates backed Parsons earlier this season at Las Vegas in the NASCAR Gander RV and Outdoors Truck Series, where he finished 29th driving for Ray Ciccarelli.

Parsons has been running a partial schedule for BJ McLeod Motorsports this season, scoring a season best finish at Texas of 18th. He will look to better that stat this weekend when the NASCAR Xfinity Series visits Bristol Motor Speedway.


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