CURT to Partner with US Touring Car Championship for 2021
Napa, CA – CURT, a leader in trailer towing products, will be partnering with the US Touring Car Championship (USTCC) for the 2021 season. CURT will introduce the CURT award which will award USTCC drivers with products that they can use to make towing easier and safer.
CURT sets the standard in the industry for manufacturing capabilities, product innovation and safety testing. They employ the latest technology with everything from cutting edge design software to advanced robotic welding to unique finishing processes. With these tools and a dedicated team of associates, they are able to lead in first-to-market designs and offer an unmatched order-fill rate. While CURT specializes in custom hitches and wiring, their product offering goes well beyond the towing basics. They offer everything from hitches and mounts to accessories and electrical components.
“Towing is something that all of our teams have to deal with and CURT products are designed to make it easier and safer to complete the task. We look forward to working with CURT for many years to come and I think our teams will benefit greatly from this partnership,” said Ali Arsham Managing Director of USTCC.
The USTCC racing season starts on April 10 in Las Vegas, Nevada and concludes on November 14 in Willows, California. You can follow the USTCC on Facebook at and on their website at . The races can be seen on Final Drive TV which is available on Comcast Cable, AT&T U-Verse, Dish Network, DirecTV and Roku. They can also be seen on
USTCC is a professional road racing series comprising of late model sport compact sedans such as BMW 3 series, Mazdaspeed 3, Hyundai Genesis Coupe, Chevrolet Corvette, Porsche 911, Audi R8, Ford Mustang, Honda Civic and others. The cars use slightly modified engines and highly modified suspensions with aerodynamic ground effects and sticky Hankook slick race tires. The races can be seen exclusively on Final Drive TV available on NBC Sports on Xfinity cable, Dish Network, DirecTV and AT&T U-verse. For more information on USTCC, visit .