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One of the world's leading food companies, General Mills, headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S.A., operates in over 100 countries and markets more than 100 consumer brands, including Wheaties, Wheaties FUEL, Cheerios, Hamburger Helper, Häagen-Dazs, Nature Valley, Betty Crocker, Pillsbury, Green Giant, Old El Paso, Progresso, Yoplait, Cascadian Farm, Muir Glen and more. The company has been fueling race teams since 1998.
Front Row Motorsports is a Statesville, N.C.-based race team in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series. Formed in 2005 by restaurant and transportation entrepreneur Bob Jenkins, the team has competed in NASCAR racing in each year since its inception, expanding full-time to the premier Sprint Cup Series in 2009. The team partners with ModSpace, Maximum Human Performance, Scorpion Coatings, Ford Racing and Roush-Yates Racing Engines to field the No. 34 Ford driven by David Ragan and the No. 38 Ford driven by David Gilliland.
Richard Petty Motorsports, owned by NASCAR Hall of Famer Richard Petty, Andrew Murstein and Douglas Bergeron, fields two teams in competition in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series out of its headquarters in Concord, N.C. Aric Almirola wheels the famous No. 43 Ford Fusion and Marcos Ambrose drives the No. 9 machine with sponsorship from Stanley and DEWALT. In addition, Richard Petty Motorsports has expanded in 2012 to add a full-time NASCAR Nationwide Series team for driver Michael Annett and partner Pilot Flying J.
Peck Motorsports is the only professional NASCAR race team headquartered in central Pennsylvania. Founded in 1988, Peck Motorsports is a family operation. Brothers Dr. Mike Peck and Tom Peck operated the team with success throughout the 90s. Today the team is still led by Dr. Mike Peck, but this time with son Todd Peck behind the wheel.
Bobby Labonte Racing is located in Archdale, N.C., and owned by 2000 NASCAR Champion Bobby Labonte. The team was formed in 2007 and immediately won back-to-back Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series championships with driver Earl Pearson Jr., who pilots the No. 44 Dodge Charger. The team became a two-car operation in 2010 with the addition of Brad Neat, driver of the No. 41 Dodge Charger.