Richard Petty Motorsports will be switching from its current Ford model to a Chevrolet once it forms an alliance with RCR.Richard Petty Motorsports recently announced that it would be partnering with Richard Childress Racing (RCR). RCR will provide engineering support to the racing team, as well as chassis. The headquarters will also be relocated to Welcome, North Carolina. According to ESPN, this is big news for the racing team. The Richard Petty Motorsports partnership will affect the all-new Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 racecar (#43) that will hit the track some time in 2018. Although Richard Petty Motorsports will remain a solo operation, the partnership will allow the team to improve their handling and performance on the track. “We’ve had a tremendous amount of success through our team partnerships over the past several seasons”, said Richard Childress, Chairman and CEO of RCR. “To bring a storied organization like Richard Petty Motorsports on-board as an alliance partner is a win for each of our organizations.” Richard Petty Motorsports will be switching from its current Ford model to a Chevrolet once it forms an alliance with RCR. Behind the wheel will likely be former Rookie of the Year Darrell “Bubba” Wallace Jr. At Landmark Chevrolet, we couldn’t be more excited about the partnership, as NASCAR represents one of the premium displays of the Chevy brand. October marks Breast Cancer Awareness Month. To help with the cause, Chevrolet has once again announced a partnership with the American Cancer Society (ACS), marking seven consecutive years of partnership as Chevrolet and the experts at the ACS fight for a cure. The main portion of this partnership involves Chevrolet sponsoring American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer® walks. Chevrolet will also sponsor related events and even encourage its employees to participate in the fundraising walks themselves. Since Chevrolet began to work with the ACS in 2011, the automaker has helped the organization raise more than $7.7 million. That’s more than $1 million each year. To show support for those who have lost their battle, to those currently battling, and to those who have survived, GM’s Renaissance Center—the global headquarters located in Detroit—will light up with pink bands all month. “The Chevrolet team knows how important it is to be part of the fight against breast cancer, as many of our own family and friends have been affected by the disease,” remarked Paul Edwards, U.S. vice president, Chevrolet Marketing. “We are proud to partner with the American Cancer Society and our dealers once again to raise awareness and funds for research toward a cure.” Have questions about how you can get involved with Chevy’s efforts locally? Contact Landmark Chevrolet. Need some suggestions for your summer road trip playlist? We’ve got you covered.