What a sweet deal.
AJ Allmendinger and Kaulig Racing will once again have a partnership with Andy’s Frozen Custard during the 2022 NASCAR season, and the returning partner will bring their bright, bold colors to the No. 16 car in the NASCAR Cup Series All-Star Race at Texas Motor Speedway.
For Allmendinger, this extension of the partnership to the NASCAR All-Star Race means a lot.
“I’m excited to have Andy’s Frozen Custard back with us for a second-straight year,” said Allmendinger. “Having them onboard our No. 16 Chevrolet last year, as well as having a flavor of custard named after me, was awesome. Now being able to do it again this year for the All-Star race makes this relationship even more special.”
In addition to the primary sponsorship in the NASCAR Cup Series All-Star Race, Andy’s Frozen Custard will also serve as the primary sponsor for Allmendinger’s No. 16 NASCAR Xfinity Series car during the September 24th NXS Andy’s Frozen Custard 300 at Texas Motor Speedway.
“It means so much to our family, as lifelong motorsports fans, to be supporting NASCAR via our partnership with AJ and Kaulig Racing,” Andy Kuntz, CEO and Owner of Andy’s Frozen Custard, said. “Andy’s brand hallmarks — quality, constant innovation, a commitment to family and community and speedy service — align well with a motorsports partnership.”
Allmendinger and Kaulig Racing earned their way into the 2022 NASCAR All-Star Race with Allmendinger’s dramatic win in the NASCAR Cup Series event at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road Course last season.
The team, which was fielding a part-time entry, returned with two full-time NASCAR Cup Series teams for the 2022 season.
“We’re pumped to be able to compete in the NASCAR All-Star race in just our first, full season in the Cup Series,” said Kaulig Racing team owner, Matt Kaulig. “Winning a Cup race as a young team and being eligible for the All-Star race is truly and honor and having Andy’s team up with us for this race makes it even more special.”