The ubiquitous blue and gold has been part of the fabric of the NASCAR throughout the west for more than 25 years, instantly recognizable from its frequent trips to Victory Lane and championship celebrations. The same way the powder blue and STP logo of Richard Petty or the rainbow colors of Jeff Gordon's DuPont sponsorship are associated with a driver and the team's level of excellence, the NAPA AUTO PARTS emblazoned on Bill McAnally Racing's fleet of race cars is woven into the fabric of NASCAR short track racing.
Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM) has quickly established itself as one of the most successful teams in all of NASCAR. Owned by Sprint Cup Series champion Kyle Busch and fueled by his passion for winning, the organization has collected a Camping World Truck Series' record four Owner?s Championships in just six seasons of competition and earned its first-ever Driver?s Championship with Erik Jones in 2015.
Now in its 34th year of American professional auto racing in 2016, Toyota's racing history includes a list of diverse and notable accomplishments including numerous championships and victories in some of the world?s most prestigious events. In 2015, Toyota won championships in NASCAR, NHRA, off-road trucks and USAC racing States - including Toyota?s first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship ? in addition to winning numerous races across the United. Furthermore, TRD, U.S.A. (Toyota Racing development) captured its 1,000th overall race win when NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Kyle Busch piloted his Camry to a victory in the Brickyard 400, Toyota?s first win in the heralded event.
Norfleet LLC was founded in the US in 2005 as a modular building construction company specializing in LEED certified building. In 2010, we extended operations to the Middle East, particularly Afghanistan, to service the US and Afghan militaries and other contractors in the area and in 2012, Norfleet LLC was established in Dubai UAE to allow for operations throughout Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia.
Growing up in a race shop as the son of a stock-car driver, David Gilliland was destined for a career in racing.
He spent his early years working on cars in the California shop of his father, former NASCAR Winston West Series driver Butch Gilliland. Already an experienced mechanic by his high-school years, Gilliland was named crew chief of his father's team at the young age of 19. When the team won the 1997 NASCAR Winston West Series Championship the following year, Gilliland added Champion Crew Chief of the Year to his already impressive young résumé.