LANGHORNE, Pa. – The Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series fueled By Sunoco Crate 602 Sportsman South Region has taken a leading role for the division in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.
The flourishing South Region for Crate 602 Sportsman cars now has a title sponsor for the upcoming season.
Belmont’s Garage of Langhorne, Pa., partnered with STSS organizer Brett Deyo to take naming rights and the lead marketing partnership with what will now be known as the Belmont’s Garage Crate 602 Sportsman South Region.
Belmont’s Garage was founded in July 1965 by Chic Belmont. Andy Belmont now manages the Langhorne, Pa., business.
Belmont’s Garage provides general auto and truck repair servicing all brands of vehicles, Pennsylvania-licensed RV and trailer inspection, Pennsylvania-licensed motorcycle inspection and serves as a certified emergency vehicle repair center.
The Belmont name has long been associated with the area’s racing scene.
Andy Belmont was the 1980 Nazareth (Pa.) Sportsman champion and went on to national successes, He was the NASCAR Dash Series Rookie of the Year in 1987 and was the series’ championship car owner a year later with Larry Caudell driving.
Belmont ran his first NASCAR Cup Series event at Dover (Del.) in ’89 and was the runner-up for the Cup Rookie of the Year in ’92. He placed inside the top-10 in ARCA points for a decade-long run.
In 2011, Belmont and his ARCA team were recognized with one of the circuit’s most prestigious honors: the Bill France 4 Crown championship with driver Chad McCumbee.
“The Belmont name and Belmont’s Garage have strong ties with racing in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic,” STSS organizer Deyo said. “We’re looking forward to marketing both the STSS and Belmont’s Garage brands throughout the season in Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.”
A complete STSS Belmont’s Garage South Region Crate 602 Sportsman schedule will be released in the coming week.