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CorvetteParts.net To Sponsor Chad Boat and Travis Kvapil at Kentucky

CorvetteParts.net announced on Tuesday that they will be sponsoring both Chad Boat and Travis Kvapil in this weekend’s events at Kentucky Speedway.

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Travis Kvapil will have CorvetteParts.net on his car this weekend.

Chad Boat will have CorvetteParts.net on the quarter panels of his No. 32 Chevrolet Camaro for Billy Boat Motorsports in the NASCAR Nationwide Series John R. Elliott Hero Campaign 300 on Friday night. This year marks Boat’s first year in the Nationwide Series and in five starts so far this year, Boat has a career-best finish of 24th in the season opener at Daytona.

Travis Kvapil will have CorvetteParts.net on his No. 32 Ford Fusion for Go FAS Racing for Saturday night’s Quaker State 400 presented by Advanced Auto Parts. Kvapil has made 11 Sprint Cup Series starts so far this year with his best finish being 29th at Pocono Raceway.

Tom and TJ Keen of Keen Parts and the owners of CorvetteParts.net says that Kentucky is a must-sponsor race for them as it is the company’s home track due to Keen Parts being based on Cleves, Ohio.

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2 thoughts on “CorvetteParts.net To Sponsor Chad Boat and Travis Kvapil at Kentucky”

    • Have you noticed that at the beginning of most races the car manufacturer is not shown with the driver name. Chevy parts sponsoring a Ford is just more proof that the only differences between the cars is the decals. I know the cars are all the same but I just wish they would let me pretend that they are not.

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