Joe Gibbs Racing signs new primary sponsor for No. 11 NASCAR Cup Series team
Denny Hamlin and Joe Gibbs Racing have signed a new sponsor for the No. 11 team during the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series season.
View the Denny Hamlin Offerpad paint scheme below.
The announcement was teased last week. The car and sponsor was officially released via the team’s mailing list.
Offerpad will be the primary sponsor on Hamlin’s machine for two races. The car will make it’s debut at Phoenix Raceway on March 14 and on the Charlotte Roval on October 10
Additionally, they will serve as the primary sponsor for Harrison Burton in the NASCAR Xfinity Series for four more races.
“A leader in the iBuyer industry, Offerpad has provided easy home selling solutions and custom real estate services to homeowners since 2015. Offerpad’s powerful, proprietary technology provides customers with convenience, certainty and control throughout their home selling and buying journey. With a full-service menu of real estate solutions including competitive express cash offers and flexible listing services, customers can choose the options that best fit their needs.”
Hamlin’s contract with Joe Gibbs Racing was recently extended.
FedEx remains as the primary sponsor for the majority of the 2021 NASCAR Cup Series season. FedEx recently announced an extension with Joe Gibbs Racing.
“Offerpad is excited to partner with Joe Gibbs Racing and drivers Denny Hamlin and Harrison Burton,” said Darrin Shamo, Chief Marketing Officer for Offerpad.
Shamo added, “Like the winners on the Joe Gibbs team, Offerpad gets things done. We all operate with urgency to deliver the best experience possible to our customers and fans, whether it’s winning a race or helping them buy and sell a home.”
Hamlin is entering his 17th year at the NASCAR Cup Series level. 16 of those have been full-time seasons.
“It’s always exciting to welcome a new partner into our sport and I’m thrilled to have Offerpad on board with us,” said Hamlin. “Unfortunately winning a race isn’t as easy as buying or selling a home using Offerpad, but hopefully we will have a chance to put them in Victory Lane right from the start.”
New for 2021, Hamlin is the co-owner of 23XI Racing. The single-car team will be piloted by Bubba Wallace. It’s the first year that Hamlin will compete against a car that he owns at the Cup level.
The driver has run 542 races and collected 44 wins along the way.
NASCAR Xfinity driver Harrison Burton added, “The goal for our 20 team is to build off the momentum we had last year and having Offerpad come on board is just added incentive,” said Burton. “I can’t wait to get our season started.”