Expect to see more Chevrolet at your next SCCA event. The Sports Car Club of America and Chevrolet have inked a partnership for the brand to support the organization with multiple Silverado pickups for events.
“We’re thrilled to form this new relationship with Chevrolet, and can’t wait to get the new Silverados on the road and to our top events,” Prill said. “The SCCA is not solely about sports cars. Trucks play a huge role in our members’ lives, whether it is towing a racecar, helping their business operate or serving as a family vehicle. We look forward to our partnership with Chevrolet.”
Every year, the SCCA covers 70,000 miles, hauling equipment with it across the United States. Trailers ranging from 20-feet to 28-feet long, and weighing in between 8,000 and 12,000 pounds are no match for the Silverado, as the SCCA points out.
“Chevrolet is proud to partner with the SCCA as the Official Truck of the Sports Car Club of America, and are proud that the SCCA is counting on Chevrolet to haul its important equipment and vehicles from event to event,” said Jim Campbell, vice president of Performance Vehicles and Motorsports. “Chevrolet has a long history in performance and racing, and supports the efforts of SCCA racers from all over the country. Chevrolet also has a long history and tradition of building durable, long-lasting trucks that get the job done when pulling a trailer full of race cars, parts and equipment, which is why we’re excited about this partnership.”