This past weekend, Road Atlanta roared with the thundering sounds of high-performance engines as the IMSA season culminated in the highly anticipated Motul Petit Le Mans. And right in the thick of it, committed to elevating the racing experience, was RingSquared!
Our excitement knew no bounds, and for a good reason. This wasn’t just another race. It marked our first year of a promising partnership with IMSA. As an inaugural year, the 2023 season showcased the strength, synergy, and potential of our partnership with IMSA. We didn’t miss a minute of the action all season long, bringing valuable VIP clients and employees to races across the country.
Highlights from the Weekend
The Motul Petit Le Mans itself was a spectacle to behold. From the roar of the engines at the start to the triumphant cheers at the finish line, this race was a rollercoaster of emotions. There were overtakes that had us on the edge of our seats, and nail-biting finishes that left us wanting more.
Along with client partners who joined us, RingSquared enjoyed every moment of the 12-hour endurance race.
At Road Atlanta, RingSquared also announced that Mazda MX-5 Driver Nate Cicero, #83 driver for McCumbee McAleer Racing, has been signed as an official partner in our motorsport program. Cicero sported RingSquared branding on his car at Road Atlanta, where he was awarded Rookie of the Year.
Looking Ahead with IMSA
As the checkered flag came down on this season, we’re filled with gratitude and anticipation. Gratitude for a successful year and the wonderful IMSA community that welcomed us with open arms. Anticipation for what the future holds.
This is just the beginning. As we continue our journey with IMSA, our commitment remains unwavering: to drive innovation, improve connectivity, and enhance the overall racing experience for teams and fans alike.
To all the teams, fans, and fellow partners – thank you for making our first IMSA season unforgettable. Here’s to many more thrilling races, groundbreaking innovations, and shared successes.