ITsavvy To Sponsor Chris Buescher’s No. 17 RFK Ford Mustang in 2022

CHICAGO — ITsavvy, one of the fastest growing complete technology solution providers in the U.S., has announced the first of two race dates for Roush Fenway Keselowski (RFK) Racing’s No. 17 Ford Mustang driven by Chris Buescher. This season marks the second year of the ITsavvy/RFK partnership.

ITsavvy will first appear on the No. 17 at Phoenix Raceway on Sunday, March 13. The race will air live on FOX at 2:30 PM ET. In 2022 NASCAR launched into the “Next Gen” era, featuring its seventh generation car design, implemented to improve the level of on-track competition, while allowing for more cutting-edge technology.

“We are excited about the new racing season and our continued partnership with RFK,” said ITsavvy CEO Mike Theriault “Top performing technology, whether it’s a computer or a racecar, relies on high quality components that deliver speed to results – that’s what our clients expect from us and what RFK delivers on the track.”

In 2021, Brad Keselowski – one of the top NASCAR drivers – joined the Roush Fenway Racing team as both a driver and co-owner, piloting the famed No. 6 Ford Mustang in the NASCAR Cup Series. With the ownership addition, the team rebranded its organization to Roush Fenway Keselowski Racing combining three iconic names in Jack Roush, John Henry (Fenway Sports Group) and Keselowski.

“We’re thrilled to continue our ITsavvy partnership,” said Roush Fenway team president Steve Newmark “We are pleased they continue to support our team and utilize our platforms in their marketing efforts around the sport. We’re really looking forward to sporting their colors again this season. We will be looking for a strong run in the ITsavvy No. 17 Ford Mustang.”

ITsavvy will again be featured on the No. 17 Ford the following week at Atlanta Motor Speedway (Sunday, March 20), with the race broadcast live on FOX at 2 PM ET.

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