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Win-Tron Racing, AM Racing Announce New Partnership

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ARCA Championship team Win-Tron Racing and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series team AM Racing announced Tuesday they are joining forces for the remainder of the 2016 season through next year.

The newly formed co-branded operation will be based out of Mooresville, N.C., at Win-Tron’s existing motorsports complex there.

Not only with the consolidated entity provide full-time racing programs, but it will also provide support services for race teams such as logistics, transportation, set up and a pull-down rig.

The joint effort, along with the knowledge and expertise of principle members Kevin Cywinski and Tim Self, will deliver cost efficient quality racing programs to selected drivers in both the NCWTS and the ARCA Series while leveraging the cost efficiencies associated with shared assets and resources.

“Tim’s experience in business administration is outstanding albeit apparent, but his ability to build high-value partnerships and bring new partners to the table is very exciting,” said Cywinski, who is the owner of Win-Tron Racing. “The foundation and team he has assembled in 2016 for their first, seven months is incredible, given that they started this season from scratch in December… We are going to do some really great things together, both on and off the track, before the season is over.”

Self, who owns AM Racing along with Central Texas Speedway located in Kyle, T.X., shared a similar sentiment, stating that, “Kevin has a proven track record in the racing business as evidenced by his multiple wins and Championships. I bring efficient business processes and cost models along with a sales and marketing component that coalesces the Driver/Team/Sponsorship/Activation Model and delivers the best value for all partners.”

In preparation for the 2017 season, Win-Tron is currently assembling a two-car program for the 2017 ARCA Series, with one full-time driver in the No. 32 Toyota and multiple developmental drivers in the No. 33 Toyota. AM Racing, on the other hand, will field the No. 22 Toyota Tundra full-time next season, with a second truck running a partial season.

Vivian Meza is a POPULAR SPEED Development Journalist

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Vivian Meza

Vivian Meza is from San Bernardino, CA. She currently lives in Phoenix, AZ, and is an undergraduate student at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at ASU. Meza is also an intern in the media center at Phoenix International Raceway.