Skip to content

Spire Motorsports, Gainbridge sign multi-year deal

CONCORD, N.C. — Spire Motorsports and Gainbridge announced Wednesday a multi-year partnership that’ll begin this weekend at Atlanta and Mid-Ohio.

Gainbridge will sponsor Corey LaJoie and Ty Dillon’s No. 7 and 77 NASCAR Cup Series cars. The insurtech company will alternate between their cars for 16 of the final 18 races, beginning with LaJoie at Atlanta.

Marco Andretti will also drive Spire’s No. 7 Chevrolet Silverado in the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series at Mid-Ohio.

Already, Gainbridge sponsors Nick Sanchez’s No. 2 Chevrolet in the Truck Series.

“We look forward to partnering with Spire Motorsports, adding to the robust Gainbridge motorsports sponsorship portfolio. We’re excited to watch Marco compete at Mid-Ohio this weekend in the Group 1001 paint scheme alongside Rev Racing’s Nick Sanchez, who has had a successful rookie campaign,” said Mike Nichols, Chief of Sponsorship Strategy & Activation at Group 1001.

“Today is a monumental day and a pivotal moment as we welcome Gainbridge to the Spire Motorsports family. This is the culmination of uncompromised dedication and hard work by many people. When we made the commitment to bet on NASCAR and become team owners almost five years ago, achieving a seminal moment like this was a foundational part of the plan,” said Spire Motorsports co-owners Jeff Dickerson and T.J. Puchyr.

One thought on “Spire Motorsports, Gainbridge sign multi-year deal Leave a comment

Leave a Reply