Carsforsale.com, one of the Internet’s largest online automotive inventory websites, will appear as the primary sponsor of Landon Cassill and the No. 40 Carsforsale.com Chevrolet SS at the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series SpongeBob SquarePants 400 this Saturday, May 9 at Kansas Speedway.
A partnership that includes six primary races in 2015, Carsforsale.com is showcased on the No. 40 Hillman Racing Chevrolet for the third of six races this season with additional races at: Michigan International Speedway (June 14), Bristol Motor Speedway (August 22), and Talladega Superspeedway (October 25).
“It is great to be sponsoring this night race at Kansas Speedway,” said Sean Coffman of Carsforsale.com. “We look forward to Landon and the No. 40 Carsforsale.com Chevy showing everyone what they can do this weekend.”
“We haven’t had the type of racing luck we’re accustomed to at start of this season, but when we haven’t been involved in on-track incidents, our cars have definitely been stronger compared last year and we’re seeing that improvement on the race track,” said Cassill, who put together a three-race string of lead-lap finishes beginning at Phoenix earlier this season. “We’re looking to start another streak of lead-lap finishes this weekend at Kansas with our Carsforsale.com Chevrolet and look to carry momentum into the two-week homestand at Charlotte as we focus on our mile-and-half program for the month of May.”
Carsforsale.com features millions of vehicles for sale from nearly 20,000 car dealers nationwide. With an updated, responsive website design, Carsforsale.com provides the experience desired by car shoppers when searching for cars on their smartphones and tablets. As one of the largest automotive website providers, Carsforsale.com also offers car dealers a full suite of dealership management solutions.
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