Sunday, December 4, 2022

Rev Racing Partners With Group 1001 and Gainbridge for Remainder of Season

Rev Racing has reached a sponsorship agreement with Group 1001 and Gainbridge for the remainder of the 2022 season and beyond. Photo Credit: Rev Racing (Twitter)

Rev Racing announced Wednesday that Group 1001 and Gainbridge have signed on to be the primary sponsors for the remainder of the 2022 season and beyond.

“We are thrilled to enter into a partnership agreement with Gainbridge and Group 1001,” said Rev Racing owner Max Siegel. “They are best-in-class in their market and have continued to show commitment to creating cultural impact through their strategic partnership alignments.”

Group 1001 is known for investing in strategic partnerships as part of its mission to transform communities through sports and education. Gainbridge – which a Group 1001 company – and digital platform offering financial products, is fully invested in racing as a vehicle for brand growth.

“We’re excited to see Rev Racing continuing to elevate the program by establishing a strategic partnership with Group 1001 and Gainbridge,” said Brandon Thompson, NASCAR’s VP of Diversity & Inclusion. “NASCAR and Rev Racing are committed to developing female and ethnically diverse athletes in stock car racing. A mission that aligns with Group 1001’s promise to the advancement of communities through sports and education.”

Rev Racing’s time in the ARCA Menards Series consists of 25 wins, 117 top fives, and 229 top 10 finishes. In 2022, they look to continue to add on to that with championships front runners Rajah Caruth and Nick Sanchez.

“Group 1001 has a proven methodology, which is showcased through their educational and development programs and their investment in the motorsports space and the next generation of athletes and professionals,” said Siegel. “Our mission and vision could not be more aligned. It is an honor to bring them on board as we continue on our pursuit of a 2022 championship.”

Group 1001 will not only provide sponsorship on the cars, but will also provide resources to continue the development of the program. The two parties will work together to establish partnership goals that create a more diverse and inclusive sport as well as a continued-focus to enact positive change in motorsports, communities and beyond.

“We’re extremely excited to join the Rev Racing family,” said Dan Towriss, Group 1001 CEO and President. “The recent success of driver Daniel Suaréz is proof that Rev Racing works, and together we will be able to help more competitors from diverse backgrounds reach their goals at the highest levels of competition.”

Gainbridge will be presented on both of the Rev Racing vehicles in the upcoming race at Indianapolis Raceway Park, Friday, July 29th, 6:00pm ET on FS1.

RJ Starcevic
RJ Starcevic
Owner/founder of @NASCARReport on Instagram - Host of The Drivers Meeting Podcast - Contributor for

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