Spectra Premium Brand Ambassador Jean-François Dumoulin Ready For Final Two Rounds Of The NASCAR Whelen Euro Series
This is the second part of the international NASCAR driver exchange project between Canada and Europe.
In 2017, the high-performance radiators were introduced in the NASCAR Pinty’s Series. Two models of the Spectra Premium high-performance radiators also are available for the stock car APC United Late Model series in Ontario, Canada.
Spectra Premium Names Nicolas Beugnot As Senior Vice President, OEM Division, Corporate And Legal Affairs, Secretary
As part of his new role, Beugnot will now be responsible for leading the operations of the OEM division of Spectra Premium and will continue directing the legal and corporate affairs of the company.
In this new role, Francis will be responsible for leading all sales and marketing efforts within the U.S., European and Latin American operations while continuing to manage global marketing efforts.
Spectra Premium’s Aftermarket Division is undergoing significant changes with the appointment of Martin Brazeau (pictured) as vice president, aftermarket product, and the nomination of two new corporate directors.
Spectra Premium Continues To Expand Its Global OEM Operations With Acquisition Of Swedish Manufacturing Facilities And Technical Center
The acquisition of TechROi Fuel Systems and the exchange of its expertise in related fuel components will be complementary to Spectra Premium’s expertise in steel and stainless steel fuel tanks.
For this first partnership between team and sponsor, Spectra Premium will adorn the No. 4 Toyota Tundra this weekend.
Both drivers in the exchange program, organized by Dumoulin Compétition with the support of Spectra Premium, pushed their cars from start to finish, resulting in fourth- and eighth-place finishes.
At the mid-season point, the Canadian-manufactured radiator has accumulated nine podium finishes in seven consecutive races.
For his first Canadian NASCAR experience, Gabillon will race in a No. 07 Spectra Premium Dodge Challenger prepared by the Dumoulin Competition team specifically for the event.
On July 7, Canadian driver D.J. Kennington drove the GBR car on the Florida tri-oval for his seventh start in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series this season.
For the first time in NASCAR history, two international series, the NASCAR Whelen Euro Series and the NASCAR Pinty’s Series run in Canada, will exchange two drivers for one race in each other’s championship later this season.