NAPA

The National Automotive Parts Association (NAPA), founded in 1925, is a retailers' cooperative distributing automotive replacement parts, accessories and service items in North America.

NAPA is an official sponsor of NASCAR. The company sponsored the #56 Toyota Camry driven in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series by Martin Truex, Jr. for Michael Waltrip Racing up to 2013, and also sponsored Michael Waltrip from 2001 until 2009 when he drove for Dale Earnhardt, Inc., Bill Davis Racing, and his own team. All four of Waltrip's wins were with NAPA as his sponsor, including the 2001 and 2003 Daytona 500s. NAPA also sponsors Truex's brother Ryan in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East and was the sponsor for multi-time champion driver Kelly Moore in the same series. NAPA dropped its sponsorship of MWR after a major scandal during the 2013 Federated Auto Parts 400. In 2014, NAPA began sponsoring JR Motorsports' Chase Elliott in the Xfinity Series.

Since 2014, NAPA has been the primary sponsor of JR Motorsports' Chase Elliott in the NASCAR Xfinity Series. In May 2015, NAPA announced it would become the majority sponsor of driver Chase Elliott and his No. 24 Chevrolet SS team in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series in 2016.

NAPA also sponsors the Schumacher Racing Dodge Charger Funny Car driven by Ron Capps in the NHRA Full Throttle Drag Racing Series; Brandon McReynolds, driver of the #16 NAPA Toyota, owned by Bill McAnally Racing competing in the NASCAR K&N ProSeries West; and Nick Drake, driver of the NAPA #15 Toyota also owned by Bill McAnally Racing competing in the NASCAR K&N ProSeries East. NAPA is also a sponsor of the Atlanta Braves, Atlanta Falcons and the Mexico National Football Team.