One of America’s premier large-format graphic printers and installers is continuing its partnership with the ARCA Menards Series in 2023.
On Monday, CGS Imaging announced that it will continue its partnership with ARCA and the CGS Imaging Four Crown for this season. The Four Crown is comprised of four diverse tracks, helping to highlight the diverse tracks on the ARCA Menards Series schedule.
This season, the Four Crown will include events at Talladega Superspeedway (April 22), Elko Speedway (June 24), Mid-Ohio Sports Course (July 7), and Illinois State Fairgrounds (August 20). These tracks represent the longest and shortest track on the schedule, a road course, and one of the mile-long dirt ovals on the schedule.
“We sincerely appreciate our partnership with CGS Imaging and the great products they deliver,” said ARCA president Ron Drager. “From trackside banners and billboards to Victory Lane graphics and decals for the race cars, CGS Imaging delivers high-quality products, and they deliver on time, every time.”
The CGS Imaging Four Crown Championship dates back to 1984 when Davey Allison won the inaugural title. 26 other drivers have won the Four Crown Championship, including Bob Keselowski, Bill Venturini, Tim Steele, Frank Kimmel, Chris Buescher, Grant Enfinger, Chase Briscoe, and several others. Daniel Dye won the Four Crown title in 2022.
“Our partnership with ARCA and the ARCA Menards Series has delivered for us on multiple levels. We wanted to build our business in the motorsports world, both on a national and regional scale, and locally, and our relationship with ARCA has allowed us to do that,” added Chuck Stranc, president and CEO of CGS Imaging.
Tune into the first race in the CGS Imaging Four Crown championship on Saturday, April 22 at Talladega Superspeedway at 12:30 P.M. ET on Fox Sports 1.