AMSOIL Extends GNCC Title Sponsorship

The AMSOIL GNCC Series will remain the AMSOIL GNCC Series for many years to come.

The AMSOIL GNCC Series will remain the AMSOIL GNCC Series for many years to come.


Racer Productions, producer of the AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country Series (GNCC), presented by Maxxis, an AMA National Championship, announced that it has extended its agreement with AMSOIL that will see the high-grade synthetic lubricant manufacturer remain as the series title sponsor.

AMSOIL first joined the GNCC series as an associate sponsor, and in 2013 it expanded its support to become the series title sponsor. According to Jeremy Meyer, AMSOIL Race and Events Manager, the conpany’s relationship with GNCC has been “second to none” over the past three years.

The race teams and the series’ fans have been great to work with, and we have utilized our partnership to help us push our technology in the ATV/UTV and dirtbike markets,” Meyer said. “Through extensive testing at GNCC events, we have developed and brought to market 10 new products over the past 18 months.”

Naturally, AMSOIL’s branding is prominently displayed at all 13 GNCC events with items such as AMSOIL mile-markers throughout the woods, track signage and the RacerTV AMSOIL Twitter Contest. Company representatives will again be present at each event, providing product information to racers and fans.
Additionally, the company will retain name sponsorship of two events, round 9, the AMSOIL Snowshoe GNCC in Snowshoe, West Virginia, and round 13, the AMSOIL Ironman GNCC In Crawfordsville, Indiana.

Tim Cotter, GNCC Director, said that AMSOIL continues to be a vital part of the GNCC racing program.

“Whether it be from the digital and network television packages or the involvement at each event, their support helps us exceed expectations when it comes to off-road racing,” Cotter said.

The 2016 AMSOIL GNCC Series kicks off March 5 and 6 in Palatka, Florida with the Wild Boar GNCC. The series continues along the East Coast before concluding in Crawfordsville, Indiana on October 29 and 30.