By Chris H. Lipsman, Contributing WriterFor more than two decades, the National Association of Manufacturers (NASCAR) has sponsored several NASCAR teams, many of which have been long-term winners, and its sponsors include car manufacturers including Ford, Chevrolet, and Toyota.NASCAR’s current sponsorship structure is set to expire at the end of the 2020 season, and with the departure of the manufacturers, there is an opportunity for other car companies to jump on board as well.NASCAR’s sponsorship structure was designed to reward long-time NASCAR team owners for years of consistent and long-lasting success.
Sponsorships allow sponsors to promote a team, and to be seen as an important part of that team’s identity.NASCar is now at the beginning of its next phase of change.
As the sport continues to diversify, sponsors have to look for ways to extend their sponsorship opportunities and to continue to build their brands.NASCRed.com, a research site that tracks the sponsorships of the top NASCAR teams in the U.S., lists 10 NASCAR car companies as sponsors for the 2020-21 season.
Some of the sponsors have been longtime stalwarts of the sport, while others have only recently become major sponsors.
Among the sponsors are Chevrolet, which has sponsored the teams since the start of the 1990s, and Ford, which entered the sport in 2002.
The two other major sponsorships that were announced during the season were Volkswagen and General Motors.
The car companies have been involved in the sport for decades, with Ford being one of the biggest brands, along with Porsche and Mercedes-Benz.
The car companies are also major sponsors of the Sprint Cup Series and the Xfinity Series, the series that is dominated by the car companies.
Both series are in the process of changing, as the car manufacturers have also diversified their sponsorship offerings.NASCCast.com lists Ford as one of two sponsors for its Ford F-150, a vehicle that is the top-selling car in the United States.
The other sponsor for the Ford F150 is the Subaru brand.
Subaru has been in the NASCAR product since the mid-2000s, when it became a subsidiary of the Toyota Motor Corporation.
In that time, Subaru has sponsored three NASCAR teams: Toyota, Ford, and Hendrick Motorsports.
The rest of the sponsor’s names are a little more interesting.
Honda is one of only four car companies that have sponsored two NASCAR teams since 1999, while Nissan is another, as is Honda’s parent company, Toyota.
The Honda Civic has been a perennial winner in the Sprint Car Series.
Honda won five championships from 2001 to 2009, and in that time the company has won two championships in the two most successful seasons of the 20th-century, 2002 and 2004.
In the latter, the Civic won the season’s title by winning the title at Pocono Raceway in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship race.
While many of the car sponsors have long-standing relationships with NASCAR, Honda’s relationship with the sport has changed over the years.
When Honda won the 2007 championship, it was only the third time the car company had won the championship in its history.
In 2012, Honda took over as the No. 1 manufacturer of hybrid cars, and the company won the series in its first year as a full manufacturer.
However, that relationship with NASCAR has also changed over time.
Honda began working with NASCAR in the early 2000s, in the wake of the global economic crisis.
When NASCAR came into being, Honda was the first company to make a full-time, full-season commitment to the sport.
This meant that Honda was involved in all aspects of the development of the cars, from the cars themselves to their technology.
The relationship with its parent company also changed during the early years of the NASCAR era, when Honda partnered with several NASCAR companies in order to support their efforts to build a brand that could compete with Ford, Chevy, and other companies.
In 1999, Honda began working directly with the teams to help them achieve their goals.
The first Honda-Ford partnership was for the 2000 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series championship, and since then, the two companies have become partners in various ways, including in the car industry.
Hondas cars are among the most popular in the world, and for good reason.
They have won more than 250 major races since 2002, and they are among those that are consistently in the top five in the standings, behind only Toyota and Porsche.
Honda’s cars are also the most widely used on the NASCAR track.
Honda has had more than 1.3 million Honda Civic vehicles on the track since 2002.
While Honda’s car brands have been successful for many years, NASCAR has had a difficult time keeping up with the changes.
Many of the teams have been trying to build brand identity through the development and use