Reuter-Stokes is proud to be an associate sponsor of the National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) for the 2021 racing season and specifically, the funny car team of Cruz Pedregon Racing. Look out for the Reuter-Stokes logo appearing on their race car, team uniforms and car trailers throughout the 2021 NHRA racing season. Join in the excitement of the season and tune in to Fox Sports (USA) for coverage of the live events on Sundays.
The NHRA is a drag racing governing body, which sets rules in drag racing and holds events all over the United States and Canada. With more than 40,000 drivers, the NHRA is one of the largest motorsports organizations in the world! It entertains millions of racing fans each year, with the fastest and most spectacular form of entertainment on wheels. The NHRA’s premier racing series features 24 national championship events each year in 18 different U.S. states.
Additionally, the NHRA is also a sponsor of the Youth & Education Services (YES) Program, the only full-time education program in motorsports that provides quality programs and activities for schools and youth organizations nationwide. The YES Program focuses on the importance of goals and continued education, while allowing students to learn about and explore various career opportunities. The program will show students how S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) is applied to both real world situations and NHRA drag racing, which they will have the opportunity to see live at the track! The science behind drag racing can be applied to multiple industries including automotive, sciences and industrial production and manufacturing. We look forward to engaging students through this program and helping expand talent in technology where there are ever-widening skill gaps.
With this sponsorship, we hope to help strengthen rapport and build the reputation of the Reuter-Stokes name outside our traditional avenues while illustrating the important role technology plays in motorsports. Stay tuned for more to come!
Cruz Pedregon Shout-Out Video