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GEICO has long been involved in motorsports sponsorships. Since 2008, the company has sponsored the Germain Racing team, first in the NASCAR Nationwide Series with Mike Wallace, and later in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series with Max Papis and Casey Mears. Mears has driven the #13 GEICO car since the fall of 2010.


Biagi-DenBeste Racing is owned by Fred Biagi and Bill DenBeste, with Lori DenBeste serving as President.

Fred Biagi owns Biagi Bros Transportation with his brother Greg in Napa, CA. Though racing is their passion, their careers have been driven by 18-wheels instead of four. They started in 1978 as a transportation company, but have evolved over the years into a full service transportation, warehousing and logistics company offering expert 3PL services to clients across North America. You can find out more by visiting: www.biagibros.com

Bill and Lori DenBeste established DenBeste Transportation, Inc. in 1988. The company specializes in the transportation of hazardous and non-hazardous (contaminated) soils and is the largest transporter of hazardous and non-hazardous materials in California. The company later evolved into DenBeste Water Solutions (DWS). DWS is an environmental rental company dedicated to providing cost-effective, state of the art turnkey liquid storage solutions and equipment to a wide variety of industries, including environmental, engineering, Oil and Gas.

Troy Lee Designs

Troy Lee Designs is the place The World's Fastest Racers™ go when only the best will do.

Arai Helmet

Since 1937 Arai stands for handmade quality and unsurpassed comfort and fit. Arai Helmet Europe is the EU representative of Arai helmets.

Wagner Family of Wine

A family of fine wines made from some of the best wine regions in California.

Player Management International

Player Management International, Inc. is a sports marketing and management firm based in Danville, Illinois, 85 miles west of Indianapolis, Indiana, home of the NFL's Indianapolis Colts and Indianapolis Motor Speedway.