For this first partnership between team and sponsor, Spectra Premium will adorn the No. 4 Toyota Tundra this weekend.
At the mid-season point, the Canadian-manufactured radiator has accumulated nine podium finishes in seven consecutive races.
Alex Tagliani drove his No. 18 Chevrolet Camaro to third place during the 200-lap oval event at the Jukasa Motor Speedway.
Louis-Philippe Dumoulin drove his No. 47 Weathertech Canada/Groupe Bellemare car to victory lane last Sunday at the Canadian Tire Motorsport Park in Bowmanville, Ontario, marking the first win.
Spectra Premium will give the new Spectra Premium Best Overtaker Award to the NASCAR Pinty’s Series driver with the most positions gained between start and finish in a race.
Spectra Premium sponsored Tagliani for the first time in the 2017 season, during which he won the iconic GP3R event at Trois-Rivieres and accumulated five top-5 finishes and 10 top-10 finishes in the 13-race championship.
Manufactured at the Laval, Canada, factory, these radiators are the first cooling system aftermarket parts certified by the Certified Automotive Parts Association, according to the company.
The release covers more than 17 million vehicles in operation.
From April 1 to July 31, Spectra will be offering participants who purchase five or more Spectra Premium Condensers a chance to earn a pair of The Original Mechanix Wear Gloves.
Spectra says its VVT Solenoids are machined to precision tolerances preventing leakage, wear and seizing while providing superior corrosion resistance to help ensure durability in extreme operating conditions.
The tour was a part of a meeting in Montreal, Quebec, to provide feedback on the group’s latest IT solutions and product and marketing programs.
Spectra Premium engineers will partner with the Dumoulin Competition crew to develop a radiator for Dumoulin’s car.