Green Mountain Gearheads Named Title Sponsor for Sprint Cars of New England

Sprint Cars of New England President Will Hull and Green Mountain Gearhead’s Mike Batchelder are pleased to announce that the Green Mountain Gearheads will be the organizations title Sponsor for 2019.

Green Mountain Gearheads first involvement with the Sprint Cars of New England according to Mike Batchelder was a few seasons ago. “We first became involved with the Sprint cars of New England by Sponsoring Will Hull. Over the past couple of seasons we saw what the group was about and really liked it. When Will asked us about sponsorship we were glad to get behind such a great group of people who are clearly passionate about the sport. We are super excited and feel the contact with all the racers and fans at the different tracks will help grow our business and lead to increased awareness of what we do”

Will Hull, president of the Sprint Cars of New England said “After working with me for a couple of seasons we agreed that it would be mutually beneficial for both the Sprint Cars of New England and Green Mountain Gearheads for them to become the series sponsor. We are happy to have them on board and look forward to having a long relationship with them”.

Green Mountain Gearheads have a state of the art facility located in Williston, Vermont featuring a full service engine machine shop and Vermont’s most capable Dyno that allows for road, drag strip and circle track simulation, and is ideal for tuning boosted vehicles. With the in-ground and All Wheel Drive options Green Mountain Gearheads can test almost all cars, trucks and motorcycles up to 3000 hp and 200 mph. They also stock an extensive line of performance parts and if they can’t source it many performance components can be fabricated in house.

The Sprint Cars of New England 17 race season kicks off on April 27th at the RumTown Speedway in Wentworth, NH.

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