Posted May 24, 2024

Dynabrade named official sponsor of Juncos Hollinger racing team 

Dynabrade Power Tools has partnered with Juncos Hollinger Racing Team as their official tool sponsor, starting at the 108th Running of the Indianapolis 500 Presented by Gainbridge.

Dynabrade says the partnership underscores its commitment to supporting the racing community with high-performance power tools, giving Junco Hollinger Racing a competitive edge by leveraging the power of the innovative equipment throughout the 2024 season.

"When our team back at the factory requested new tools, we took it a step further, looking to fully integrate a future-forward pioneer in the abrasive tool space,” shared David O’Neill, team principal of Juncos Hollinger Racing. “JHR has developed an impressive talent pipeline, and now the team can perform at their best with the most innovative tools on the market in hand.”

Ricardo Juncos, founder and co-owner of Juncos Hollinger Racing, added, “The best people need the best tools to succeed, and Dynabrade is the perfect partner to complete this equation.”

“Our new partnership with Dynabrade brings together the power tool brand’s precision and reliability with JHR’s high-performance team of drivers and crew," said Brad Hollinger, co-owner of Juncos Hollinger Racing. "These types of technical collaborations are a testament to the power of strategic collaborations and are truly the result of listening to our staff's needs." 

Mike Saraf, vice president of global sales at Dynabrade Power Tools, said: "Dynabrade is excited to be an Official Partner of Juncos Hollinger Race Team in 2024. Dynabrade has long prided ourselves on manufacturing the highest quality abrasive power tools in the industry, and this new partnership is a great opportunity for us to gain exposure on a platform as prestigious as the NTT INDYCAR Series, North America's premier open-wheel auto racing series."

Dynabrade's branding will be prominently displayed on Junco Hollinger Racing's channels throughout the racing season, including the upcoming Indianapolis 500.