MaXpeedingRods, a leading manufacturer and supplier for high-performance automotive parts, recently announced that it will be entering racing event fields as the primary sponsor of top-drivers worldwide.
Established in 2006, MaXpeedingRods has been providing performance parts and aftermarket replacements worldwide. The company initially plans to invest $2,500,000 into the Racer Sponsorship Program. While providing high-performance track-version products for racers, MaXpeedingRods also will be providing racers with funding for car repairs to ensure that they can participate and race in their best condition.
Henry Chen, CEO of MaXpeedingRods company, said: “For decades, facts have proved that all our efforts were not in vain. Lots of car enthusiasts can enjoy the tires smoking at the track or through building a budget project supported by MaXpeedingRods’ cost-effective parts.
Starting the Racer Sponsorship Program, we will rely on our existing brand influence and resources to promote racing culture and help more racers realize their championship dreams. It’s an ordinary but great pursuit.”
The program has attracted widespread attention from racers all over the world since they released this sponsorship news in January. In their 2021 sponsorship listing, you will see some MaXpeedingRods products as the podium-secured championship driver’s weapons in the new season. Performance engine parts include turbochargers, connecting rods, and crankshafts for models such as Nissan, BMW, and Toyota. These products are always a racer’s top choice. Duane McKeever and Oliver Evans are both champs from the British Drift Championship, equipped with a set of MaXpeedingRods brand-new crankshafts and connecting rods for their RB28DETT engine and 2jz-gte supra engine.
Henry Chen said: “All the results achieved so far have shown us the infinite possibilities. Meanwhile, we will reach a strategic alliance with the top-class product and R&D teams in the industry to improve the levels of manufacturing, modification, and skillset of racing. To achieve this goal, more capital will be put into this program in the future.”