Quaker State Continues Support Of Kentucky

In 2011, Kentucky Speedway went green. No, it was not with envy. Instead, it was with Quaker State motor oil.

Over the last six years, Quaker State’s relationship with Kentucky Speedway has delivered on a yearly basis.

Patty Lanning, Vice President of Marketing for North America Shell Lubricants, observed how the partnership resulted in a tremendous visibility for the company.

“It’s given great experiences to the customers and races,” she said.

Furthemore, the partnership with Quaker State transcends with Speedway Motorsports Incorporated (SMI) and its motorsports properties.

Kentucky Speedway General Manager Mark Simendinger observed Quaker State as an iconic brand and a premier partner when talking about the extension lasting through the 2022 season.

“We treasure our relationship with Quaker State,” he said. “We are proud of what we have built over the last six years.”

Fans at Kentucky Speedway can partake with the following activities from Quaker State:

  • While supplies last, fans will receive a Quaker State green rally towel.
  • A Quaker State display area featuring Tommy Pike of Tommy Pike Customs, who will host an oil change demonstration. Low Rider Magazine will also be on site.
  • Advance Auto Parts will feature of a 1967 Camaro RS in restoration mode.
  • Fishing League Worldwide Pro-Anglers Jimmy Houston, Matt Arey, and Scott Canterbury will cast for an interactive fishing clinic.
  • From now through August 9, 2017, fans can enter to win prizes including the #LikeABoss 2017 Chevrolet Camaro SS built by Tommy Pike Customs.
  • A Quaker State 400 photo display will also be at the track.

To learn more about the opportunities that Quaker State will have on and off the track, check out their social media outlets through Facebook and Twitter.

Stephen Conley

If it races, I'll write about it, talk about it or shoot it with a camera.

I began pursuing a career in motorsports journalism immediately after attending college at Kent State University. I have hosted multiple Motorsports talk shows, worked in Country Music radio, and now i spend every day on the air in the morning with 1300 and 100.9 WMVO and in the afternoons watching the roadways around Central Ohio for 93.7 WQIO.

The excitement and the fans make everything I put out there worth while, it's been an exciting 15 years having covered everything from the Daytona 500 to the Rolex 24 and you can find me at pretty much any event run at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course.

What I like to bring is a look behind the scenes, a look at what and who makes the sport grow. From the guy that welds pieces back at the shop to the host in the tv booth.

Everyone has a story and I like to tell it. My main focus here at TPF is looking at the men and women behind the microphone and cameras.

My life long goal is to become a member of MRN or PRN Radio and bring the races to you. I hope that what I share now is enjoyable and gives you a unique look in to the world of motorsports.

See you at a track soon

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