Dragway inks sponsorship deal with ATI Performance

DragwayROCKINGHAM — Rockingham Dragway owner Steve Earwood confirmed Monday that he has signed a multi-year sponsorship agreement with ATI Performance Products that includes prominent signage at the sandhills-area track which opens for the first time in the new year on Feb. 14.

ATI Performance Product’s signage will be prominent on the walkover bridge that spans the staging lanes as well as on the starting line guard-walls.  In addition, ATI will sponsor the Pro Tree Doorslammers class and both of the Civil Wars events hosted by the track, the first on May 1-3 and the second Oct. 30-Nov. 1.

“Rockingham Dragway’s support of grassroots racing, from the weekly bracket program to the Civil Wars events, gives our customers a place to develop their skills and their race cars,” said ATI’s COO, J.C. Beattie Jr.  “We’re pleased to be able to lend our support.”

“ATI has always tested its transmissions, torque converters and driveline components under the toughest conditions,” Earwood said, “and that’s in competition. We welcome their continued support and we know that our racers will support them in return, as they always have.”

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