It’s an automotive version of “Fast and Furious,” only with cars.
And with this year’s installment of the “Fast Five” series, the automotive equivalent of the Fast & Furious franchise, we’re seeing an evolution in what makes an automotive repair shop tick.
We’ve seen some big-name names step up in the past few years, and now it looks like another big name is on the horizon.
According to Autoblog, Rock CarParts has a new partnership with NASCAR.
The two companies are bringing in NASCAR to provide automotive repair parts to its service centers.
It all starts with an announcement that Rock Carparts is partnering with NASCAR to offer its repair service to NASCAR drivers and fans.
“NASCAR’s partnership with Rock Car parts is a perfect match,” NASCAR said in a statement.
“The Rock Car service team offers a comprehensive range of services including tire removal, wheel replacements, wheel replacement parts, engine replacements, engine parts, and more.
NASCAR’s customer service is always first on our minds, and we look forward to working with Rock to offer the best repair and service for our fans.”
In other words, NASCAR has a brand new car repair service for NASCAR fans, and Rock Car is joining the NASCAR family to offer service to the fans.
It sounds like the partnership is a good one, and it certainly shows in the way NASCAR treats its fans.
Rock is just the latest to come on board with NASCAR’s efforts to expand the automotive market.
Last year, the sports car manufacturer announced that it was acquiring the auto parts maker K-Mart.
And in 2016, it acquired the auto service company ProTech, a division of General Motors that also specializes in automotive parts and parts management.
This year, Rock will have a direct line to NASCAR, which is an excellent fit for the brand.
As the company says, NASCAR will have access to its automotive parts service, which can be provided to NASCAR fans via an exclusive online platform.
This will be Rock’s first time working directly with NASCAR since the company was acquired by General Motors.
Rock’s acquisition of the NASCAR service team will bring Rock into the same business model as the automotive industry itself.
It’s a good time to be an automotive enthusiast.
While many manufacturers are making significant investments in their service programs, they still have a long way to go before they reach the same level of success that NASCAR has had with its cars.