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Uncategorized Signs on as Naming Rights Partner of New Jersey Motorsports Park’s September 17th NASCAR K&N Pro Series Race

The official event name to be the “JustDrive.com125”

March 7, 2016 MILLVILLE, N.J. – is taking the fast lane as the new title sponsor of the NASCAR K&N Pro Series race on September 17th at New Jersey Motorsports Park. The public service sponsorship will give significant exposure in conjunction with marketing of this major race event, as promotions will appear in a wide range of regional media markets. It is the first time the organization has signed an agreement with the Millville facility. So what exactly is New Jersey is taking aim at texting and talking while driving with a public education campaign that uses television, print, radio and billboards to warn against multi-tasking behind the wheel. The site, developed by the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission, provides citizens with an online forum to share stories about driving behavior. This partnership will include signage throughout New Jersey Motorsports Park that will help “drivethe message against distracted driving for the entire 2016 season. Announcements driving the message will be made during each spectator event throughout 2016 and representatives from will be on hand at these events to help educate the public about the dangers of risky driving behaviors.

“We’ve had a great history of sponsorship partners here at New Jersey Motorsports Park, and we’re excited to welcome into the fold,” said NJMP general manager Mark Verrastro. Our facility is honored to be partnering with such a great initiative as The naming rights deal will give this campaign great exposure with the NASCAR media outlets and NBC Sports Network coverage of the event.”

The 125 is set for September 17th, this is the first ever NASCAR race for Thunderbolt Raceway. The event is the first of its kind at the 2.25-mile road course, in addition to marking NASCAR K&N’s first visit to the track.

“We are proud to partner with NJ Motorsports Park and NASCAR to continue our efforts to put an end to the dangerous behavior of talking and texting behind the wheel,” said Raymond Martinez, Chairman and Chief Administrator of the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission. “Just as we have done with seatbelts and drinking and driving in the past, it is now time to focus our attention and resources on this new epidemic.”


The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission’s Just Drive public awareness campaign seeks to educate drivers in New Jersey about the dangers and consequences of using a mobile phone while driving. As of July 2014, New Jersey has increased the fines for talking or texting on a handheld device while driving. Offending drivers face a minimum fine of $200 for the first offense, a minimum fine of $400 for a second offense, and a minimum fine of $600 plus a possible 90-day license suspension and three motor vehicle penalty points for the third offense. For more information, visit











New Jersey Motorsports Park in the running for Favorite Race Track in America!


February 19, 2016

New Jersey Motorsports Park in the running for Favorite Race Track in America!
National Speed Sport News reports NJMP is currently in the top five with one more week to vote.

Once again this year, New Jersey Motorsports Park is in contention with some of the top motorsports facilities in America for the top spot in the Speed Sport ‘My Favorite Track’ poll. Last season NJMP finished in the third position among road courses, ranked with facilities such as Virginia International Raceway and Road America.

Last year’s poll response was twice that received during the poll in 2014 and 10 times greater than the inaugural poll, held in 2012. This year’s numbers are expected to top the 2015 voting statistics. New Jersey Motorsports is currently in the running with Eldora, Oswego, Knoxville, and Virginia International Raceway for the top five positions with a full week of voting remaining.

“We were thrilled to have received this recognition in 2015,” says Mark Verrastro NJMP general manager. Verrastro stated that by all indications the Millville facility may come out even higher in the poll in 2016. “We have a very loyal fan and customer base who have been casting their votes in our favor since the poll began early this year.”

To vote for New Jersey Motors ports Park in this year’s poll, fans are encouraged to visit online at to enter the appropriate information, indicating NJMP as their favorite race track. Voting ends Wednesday February 24th.

About National Speed Sport News:
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About New Jersey Motorsports Park:
Sitting on more than 500 acres in Millville, N.J., New Jersey Motorsports Park is the premier motorsports entertainment complex in the Northeast. NJMP is conveniently located near Philadelphia and New York City, offering diverse and dynamic attractions both on and off-track. The park includes three world-class road courses, Thunderbolt, Lightning, and Tempest Raceway, a motorsports country club membership program, one of the top outdoor karting complexes in the U.S., 10 acres of paintball fields, concert and festival space, overnight accommodations, and real estate development opportunities. Also on the property, a clubhouse features meeting space, bar/restaurant and built-in pool.


The SB Image, New Jersey Motorsports Park announce partnership

Chris Banker
Manager of Communications
New Jersey Motorsports Park

December 12, 2014

The SB Image, New Jersey Motorsports Park announce partnership

“Official Media Production Company” has specialized in event, portrait, and sports/motorsports photography since 2005

MILLVILLE, N.J. – New Jersey Motorsports Park and The SB Image have announced an agreement designating the local outfit as an official partner of the Millville facility.

The SB Image, which was formed in 2005, will have a presence in The General’s Store, located in the paddock at the 2.25-mile Thunderbolt Raceway, allowing for the display and purchase of photographs and services.

For samples of The SB Image photography, click here.

In addition, the New Jersey-based company will exclusively produce promotional and event recap pieces for the Park, allowing fans an inside look at what NJMP offers on and off the racetrack. These productions will frequent the Park’s official website and the associated social media accounts of both parties.

“We’re proud to add The SB Image to our family of partners,” said Brad Scott, General Manager/COO of NJMP. “Ray and Sara have a great deal of experience in motorsports, especially at New Jersey Motorsports Park. We’re looking forward to a long and productive partnership with them.”

For event tickets and more information, call 856-327-8000 or visit You can also stay up to speed with New Jersey Motorsports Park by following on Twitter at @NJMP or becoming a fan on Facebook at

About SB Image
Ray Bradlau is an event, portrait, and sports photographer based out of Southern New Jersey, who uses photography as a way of expressing himself and enjoys bringing out the best in his subjects, through constant research for new techniques and attention to lighting, composition, and detail. Be it a traditional portrait or high energy race image, Ray is always looking for new and creative ways to bring excitement into his photography. SB Image is online at, and available by e-mail at