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Richard Petty Motorsports received some welcome news on the sponsor front on Saturday, as Farmland Foods announced a partnership with the legendary NASCAR team. Farmland will appear on the iconic No. 43 Ford Fusion driven by Aric Almirola as the primary sponsor in four NASCAR Sprint Cup Series events in Chicago, Kansas, Texas and Phoenix.
“Farmland is proud to partner with ‘The King’ and NASCAR’s first family,” said George Richter, President and Chief Operating Officer of Smithfield Foods Pork Group. “Richard Petty Motorsports is an ideal team to help raise awareness of the good work our company is doing.”
Through the partnership, Farmland will bring greater awareness to hunger relief efforts in its hometown of Kansas City. As part of Farmland’s “Bacon a Difference” initiative, Farmland will feature Harvesters—The Community Food Network on the famous No. 43 Ford, unveiled today, for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at the Kansas Speedway in October.
“Farmland is privileged to
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Tony Stewart presents a $1 million check to Kyle and Pattie Petty for the Victory Junction Gang Camp back in 2006. Photo by Tom Copeland/CIA Stock Photo
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Farmland Foods today announced a partnership with the legendary Richard Petty Motorsports NASCAR team. Farmland will appear on the iconic No. 43 Ford Fusion as the primary sponsor in four NASCAR Sprint Cup Series events in Chicago, Kansas, Texas and Phoenix.
“Farmland is proud to partner with ‘The King’ and NASCAR’s first family,” said George Richter, President and...
There will be a familiar paint scheme at Kansas Speedway on Sunday.
Richard Petty Motorsports is putting the traditional Petty Blue and STP Day-Glo Red colors on the Ford Fusion driven by Aric Almirola for the STP 400, part of a weekend celebration surrounding 40 years of sponsorship between the automotive company and one of NASCAR's most famous drivers.
(PhatzRadio / USA Today) — KANSAS CITY, Kan. – The namesake of Richard Petty Motorsports said Friday the Sprint Cup team is mulling its manufacturer options for next season, and a return to Dodge isn’t necessarily a slam dunk.
“I would say you’d have to talk to Dodge,” Petty said after a news conference at Kansas Speedway where STP donated $43,000 to the Victory Junction...
Richard Petty’s impact extends beyond his sport…
Following Denny Hamlin’s win this weekend at Kansas word came from Joe Gibbs Racing president J.D. Gibbs that the organization was working closely with Toyota on a deal that would ensure the team ran Camrys going forward.
The words “we’ll be with Toyota for a long time to come” spoken by Gibbs ended any speculation that the organization would run Dodge powered cars in 2013...