Rowdy Energy Drink will be sponsoring Rico Abreu throughout the race car season.
ST. HELENA, Calif. — Makers of Rowdy Energy Drink, the hydration-enhanced formula energy drink created by two-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Kyle Busch, announced that they will be extending their partnership with Rico Abreu/Curb Agajanian Racing throughout throughout the current season.
The team will debut the new year at the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series starts at Cotton Bowl Speedway in Paige, Texas on Friday and Saturday, March 4-5.
“I’m privileged to have the opportunity to represent Kyle Busch and Rowdy Energy again in 2022. It’s going to be an exciting season, and with Rowdy in my corner, the sky’s the limit,” Rico Abreu said. “Being able to stay hydrated, as well as staying focused, are two key components to being a successful competitor, and Rowdy Energy helps achieve each of those.”
“Since becoming a Rowdy Energy athlete, Rico has done a tremendous job promoting our brand on and off the track and we are thrilled to expand our partnership with him,” said Busch. “As we continue to expand our distribution nationally, having our logo on Rico’s vehicles as he travels the country competing in a variety of disciplines and competing in marquee events like the National Championships Knoxville and the Chili Bowl allows us to put our brand in front of many loyal racing fans and encourages them to choose Rowdy Energy the next time they see us at their local retailer.
Rico Abreu/Curb Agajanian Racing and Rowdy Energy will be working to fill out an impressive stat sheet that includes three wins since their relationship began in 2021, one of which propelled Abreu into the Knoxville 2021 Nationals Final. found his way to victory with the All Star Circuit of Champions at Eldora Speedway, also taking top honors in preliminary Trophy Cup action in Tulare, Calif.
Abreu and Rowdy Energy also possess success in the midget ranks, earning back-to-back preliminary victories at the Chili Bowl Nationals under the Keith Kunz Motorsports banner. The team’s last Chili Bowl campaign ended with a podium finish in the 55-lap final on Saturday, January 15.