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Industry Auto Parts
Drivers Michael Waltrip, Martin Truex Jr

The National Automotive Parts Association (NAPA) was founded in 1925 to meet America's growing need for an auto parts distribution system. It is a retailers' cooperative that distributes parts to both corporately and independently owned auto parts stores.

NAPA is a supplier of replacement parts, specialty parts and equipment for the automotive repair, collision, heavy-duty truck, and industrial markets. NAPA serves automotive consumers through the UAP (United Auto Parts) division of Genuine Parts and NAPA Autopro repair facilities in Canada, Auto Todo in Mexico and other locations throughout the Caribbean and Latin America.

General NASCAR involvementEdit

NAPA is a sponsor of NASCAR and Chase Elliott, a NASCAR driver, Ron Capps, an NHRA funny car driver, and are also the long-running sponsors of the West Series mainstay team, Bill McAnally Racing. Finally, NAPA has traditionally been very active in race sponsorship.

Car sponsorshipEdit

Monster Energy Cup SeriesEdit

Xfinity SeriesEdit

Camping World Truck SeriesEdit

K&N Pro West SeriesEdit

K&N Pro East SeriesEdit

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