With the beginning of the 2023 NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series on the horizon Top Fuel standout Buddy Hull announced the addition of Renegade Race Fuels as a major associate sponsor for his Methanol Moonshine Top Fuel dragster team. Hull is slated to race eight NHRA national events, beginning with the NHRA Arizona Nationals, March 24-26, and Renegade will be prominently featured on the side of his 12,000-horsepower land rocket and they will be primary sponsor during an NHRA national event to be revealed later in the season.
“I love everything about Renegade Fuel and how they run their operation,” said Hull. “They are into everything from Monster Trucks to Drifting to Drag Racing. I have gotten to know their team and they are just awesome people top to bottom. I am looking forward to introducing them to the NHRA community.”
Renegade Fuels offers a variety of fuels from automotive to diesel to methanol to small engine fuel. They also carry a full line of lubricants, car accessories, traction compound and tire treatments. Their tag line of “Racers that win…pour it in!” captures their entrepreneurial spirit that started in a one car garage and now is available in all 50 states and 32 countries around the world.
“We are thrilled to join forces with Buddy Hull Racing,” said Braiden Baptiste, Renegade Race Fuels. “Starting from the bottom and working hard to prove we are a serious player in the racing industry, it is relationships like this that have helped us get this far. Like us, Buddy is a true David in the Goliath of racing, and we admire his unwavering passion for the sport. We are grateful for the mutual support and partnership that we share with each other.”
In addition to the Arizona Nationals Hull will compete at the Las Vegas Four-Wide Nationals, Rt. 66 Nationals in Chicago, the Topeka Nationals, the U.S. Nationals, the Midwest Nationals in St Louis, the Fall Nationals in Dallas and the Las Vegas Nationals to wrap up the season in October.
About Buddy Hull Racing:
Buddy Hull Racing is based out of Dallas, Texas and was founded at the amateur level in 2008. Buddy Hull Racing moved to the professional level in 2022 after purchasing the Top Fuel operation from Tim Wilkerson Racing.
Hull’s drag racing roots run deep. His family has been involved in the sport since the late 1950s and has a proud history which Buddy looks to continue.
Buddy Hull Racings plans for 2023 are rather diverse after adding a nitro Funny Car and a nostalgia TF car into the mix alongside his NHRA Top Fuel dragster. Hull has not announced specific plans for either of the time of this release.
Learn more about Buddy Hull & Buddy Hull Racing on the following social platforms including Facebook (@buddyhullracing), Instagram (@buddyhull323tf) & TikTok (@buddyhull323tf). #HullYeah
Elon Werner PR