Honda Clubs with USAC for Title Sponsorship in 2014

May 25, 2013 / by / 0 Comment

hondaHonda has been trying to expand their services and products across the US market and now American Honda Motor Company has made an announcement that they have teamed up with United States Auto Club USAC for title sponsorship of several USAC racing events and also to become the new Official Engine Supplier to Ignite Midget Series. American Honda said that the implementation of all these programs will begin next year and they will be the title sponsors for all the racing events in the year 2014 race season.

Honda said that their deal with USAC is a multi-year agreement and they will look forward to extend it in the future.

Honda said that once the agreement has been signed the company will be the title sponsor for USAC’s National Midget, Ignite Midget, and .25 Midget racing series. Honda also said that the Ignite Midget will be renamed as Honda Midget in the future once the agreement is in effect. Honda will also provide Honda K24 crate engines which will be the new engine for Honda Midget Series in the year 2014. Honda Performance Development said that they will also bring out Honda K and Honda F Series engines that will be used by various individual teams. Honda also revealed that Honda will also become the official vehicle of USAC.

American Honda SVP Automobile Operations Mike Accavitti said that they are really glad to be associated with USAC and all the races that they are involved with. Honda said that with the kind of engines that they are going to provide for the USAC race Honda will introduce some of the advance technology by HPD for variousmotorsport initiative. USAC CEO and President Kevin Miller said that they are extremely happy and glad to be in partnership with Honda and to bring new technology and energy to the racing events.


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