KYMCO USA Sponsors NASCAR Busch Series Entry at Bristol Motor Speedway

SPARTANBURG, SC — KYMCO USA is joining the ranks of NASCAR  sponsorship this weekend at Bristol Motor Speedway in Bristol, TN.  In Saturday’s NASCAR Busch Series Sharpie MINI 300 race, the company will be primary sponsor for the #56 KYMCO USA Chevrolet driven by last year’s Busch Series Raybestos Rookie of the Year, Danny O’Quinn.

The car’s hood will be splashed with KYMCO’s colors and logo and under that hood will be over 700 horsepower.

“Naturally we’re excited to be a part of the NASCAR family,” said Bruce Ramsey, KYMCO USA Vice President for Sales and Marketing.  “And
it’s great to be associated with an up-and-coming driver of Danny O’Quinn’s stature, and the Mac Hill Motorsports team, which is located  just up the road from us in Mooresville, NC.”

O’Quinn won the Busch rookie award last year driving for the perennial NASCAR heavyweights at Roush Fenway Racing.  This season
Roush is permitting O’Quinn to drive a limited schedule for Mac Hill Motorsports, owner of the #56 Chevrolet, as well as two entries in the
USAR Hooters Pro Cup series.  The Mac Hill Motorsports team is owned by Jack McNelly, who says he’s very pleased to have KYMCO USA on board for the Bristol Race.

“We’re going to give them the biggest bang for their buck we can,” McNelly said.  “Building a relationship, that’s what it’s all about.”  Racing at Bristol is a homecoming of sorts for McNelly’s driver.  Danny O’Quinn was born in nearby Coeburn, Virginia.  He’s still a young driver who won’t turn 22 until May, but, in addition to being last year’s Busch rookie of the year, he also won big on the ARCA and
USAR Hooters Pro Cup circuits.

The half-mile Bristol Motor Speedway has long been one of the most popular tracks in NASCAR.  Its steep 36-degree banking makes for a lot
of “swapping paint” in action that has drawn comparisons to being stuck in a washing machine.

As the #56 KYMCO USA Chevrolet’s owner, Jack McNelly, puts it, “If you come home from Bristol and you’re not marked up a bit then you
didn’t run very good.”

For more about Mac Hill Motorsports, see  For  more information on Danny O’Quinn Jr., visit

KYMCO’s roots in the motorsports industry goes back to its founding  in 1963, as the Kwang Yang Motor Company, Ltd., with headquarters in
Taiwan. Long a leader in quality, fuel economy, and versatility, today  KYMCO manufactures motor scooters, motorcycles, and ATVs at five
plants in Asia, including the main facility in the city of Kaohsiung.  KYMCO is the largest scooter manufacturer in Taiwan, and currently
exports to 74 countries worldwide. All KYMCO plants use the latest technology for the engineering and production of reliable engine,
chassis, and other components. Since 2004, KYMCO has been officially accredited for ISO-9001 quality in manufacturing, KYMCO is committed
to maximum customer satisfaction and constant innovation, making use  of the most advanced CAD/CAE tools to bring superior engineering and design to their products.

The company’s partner in the United States is KYMCO USA, with headquarters, marketing, and distribution centered in Inman, South
Carolina. KYMCO USA is dedicated to building the brand’s reputation and market share through superior value, frequent new product
introductions, strategic industry partnerships, and excellence in dealer network support. KYMCO USA has a reputation and expertise
gained through over 30 years in the U.S. powersports industry.

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