North Adams, MA (PRWEB) May 23, 2012
Quarter-Max, an online superstore for chassis and racing components, offers everything necessary to build a race car from the ground up, from chassis and body kits to suspensions and driveline components. Owned and operated by Rick Jones, Quarter-Max has a longstanding relationship with RacingJunk.com.
“We’ve partnered with RacingJunk.com for a number of years, and using their classifieds to build our brand and sell direct has helped us connect with the heart of the racing community,” said Jones. “We’re committed to providing outstanding customer service, and the RacingJunk.com classifieds are a great resource for our customers.”
“We’re very happy to continue our rewarding partnership with Quarter-Max,” said Laura Ikwild, Marketing and Business Development Manager. “Our network of classifieds connects millions of buyers and sellers each month, and we’re pleased to extend our reach to the Quarter-Max community.”
RacingJunk.com is teamed up with more than 100 strategic partners including sanctioning bodies, tracks, racing-related websites and publications.
RacingJunk.com, the world’s largest online motorports marketplace, is a free “one-stop shop” for those looking to buy, sell, trade, entertain or interact with people throughout the automotive and motorcycle racing and performance communities. The RacingJunk.com network also includes a free classifieds site for collector car enthusiasts, CollectorCarNation.com, and Sprocketlist.com, free powersports classifieds. Together, the RacingJunk.com network connects over 2.8 million buyers and sellers every month, viewing more than 70 million pages.
Quarter-Max Chassis and Racing Components is a division of RJ Race Cars, Inc., world champion chassis builders. Quarter-Max Racing Team’s Rickie Jones recently won his first two ADRL national events: CarSafe Dragpalooza in Baytown, TX and ADRL Spring Drags III at Bristol Dragway. Next up: ADRL Gateway Drags IV, June 1-2, at Gateway Motorsports Park in Madison, IL.