Corteco To Be Presenting Sponsor of 38th Anderson 400

Officials of the Sunoco Super Series announced that Corteco will be the Presenting Sponsor of the 38th Anderson 400 at Anderson Speedway on July 16-17. The Anderson 400 is one of the most valued events in American Stock Car Short Track Racing.

Corteco (pronounced Cor-TEK'-o) is the Aftermarket Business of the Freudenberg-NOK Company. The Freudenberg-NOK Global Partnership integrates Japanese, German and American technology, has total global sales of over $7.5 billion, and over 30,000 employees serving customers worldwide. Corteco specializes in manufacturing high quality products for the automotive aftermarket industry. Their primary products include Engine Gaskets Kits, Crankshaft Seals and Kits, Cylinder Head Bolts, Hydraulic Lifters, Engine & Transmission Mounts, Strut Mounts, Vibration Control Products, Omega Power Steering Products, TransTec Power Steering Kits and TransTec Transmission Kits.

Corteco will be a Presenting Sponsor of the 38th annual Anderson 400 on Saturday, July 17. Track owners Rick Dawson and Skip Waymire will once again host this prestigious Sunoco Super Series event that is recognized as one of the top traditional short track events in the country.

The Sunoco Super Series first sanctioned the Anderson 400 in 2000. Kenny Tweedy got the honors of winning the first Sunoco Super Series sanctioned Anderson 400. Series veteran Bull Baker won the rain-shortened Anderson 400 in 2001.

Racing veteran Chet Fillip won in 2002, becoming the only driver in history to win both the Anderson 400 and the Pay Less / Delco Remy Little 500, the famous 500-lap sprint car event held each year at Anderson Speedway on the Saturday night prior to the Indianapolis 500. Bobby Parsley won the Anderson 400 in 2003 en route to capturing the Sunoco Super Series Championship.

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