11 months ago | motorsports
Kyle Steckly and the 22 Racing team will continue their partnership with their existing partners including APC Auto Parts Centres and Qwick Wick Fire Starters, and welcome Pennzoil as a new partner for the upcoming 2023 season.
The 22 Racing team are thrilled to have Pennzoil onboard this year and look forward to working with the iconic brand and growing together on and off the track.
“I’m extremely happy to have APC and Qwick Wick on board again and am very excited to have Pennzoil join us for the 2023 season. I’m honored to have the opportunity to represent a company with such prestige in the racing industry. I look forward to representing Pennzoil, APC and all my sponsors this season,” said Kyle Steckly.
Steckly’s 2023 schedule will consist of full-time entry into the APC United Late Model Series (9 races), a number of Pro Late Model events across Ontario, and select NASCAR Pinty’s Series Races.
“2022 was a huge building year for me and our team, traveling to many tracks for the first time. We were learning a great deal each week and building on our knowledge and experience. I’m confident in the 22 Racing crew and our APC Auto Parts Late Model, that we can go out and be a contender up front every weekend,” Steckly said. After earning Rookie of the Year honours and a second place points finish in the APC Series, Steckly and the crew are hungry for more this season.
Steckly and the APC Auto Parts Centres team are excited and ready to take on 2023 with a solid racing year under their belt, a new sponsor and a new look.
Steckly is very grateful for the ongoing support from many continuing sponsors who play a huge role in the team’s success, such as: Qwick Wick Fire Starters, AW Millwrights, Stewart's Equipment, Erb Group of Companies, Deloitte, MBS Motorsports, Sierra Excavating, Lift Solutions, Fritz Alder Precast, Phoenixx Electric, Milverton Car Wash, Milverton Foodtown, Triple B Spraying, High Fluid Products and Schmidt Logging