Ambetter Well being Named Spring Atlanta Title Sponsor

Ambetter Well being Named Spring Atlanta Title Sponsor

Atlanta Motor Speedway earlier this season. (HHP/David Graham)

HAMPTON, Ga.  – Ambetter Well being, a market well being insurer, is increasing its partnership with Atlanta Motor Speedway to turn into the title sponsor for the spring NASCAR Cup Collection race on the speedway as a part of a multi-year settlement that begins in 2023.

“We’re excited to construct on our relationship with Atlanta Motor Speedway to sponsor the Ambetter Well being 500,” mentioned Brent Layton, President & Chief Working Officer for Centene Company, Ambetter’s mother or father firm. “Via this partnership we’ve got the chance to additional join with racing followers and educate them on our trigger to make sure all People are in a position to get high-quality healthcare.”

“Ambetter Well being has been an amazing accomplice of Atlanta Motor Speedway and Speedway Motorsports and we’re thrilled to have them on board for 2023 and past,” mentioned Atlanta Motor Speedway Government Vice President and Basic Supervisor Brandon Hutchison. “We sit up for working along with Ambetter to assist hold folks wholesome, and we all know they’ll bolster our efforts to supply an unforgettable weekend of leisure for our followers.”

Dawsonville, Ga., native and 2020 NASCAR Cup Collection Champion Chase Elliott, alongside Atlanta Motor Speedway and Ambetter will create a particular ticket bundle that gives race followers an enhanced expertise for the 2023 Ambetter Well being 500. A portion of the proceeds will profit the Chase Elliott Basis and Ambetter Well being will even match a proportion of ticket gross sales to the Basis. 

“There’s lots of momentum proper now round Atlanta Motor Speedway for the reason that current reconfiguration and new pavement led to extra thrilling racing final March,” mentioned Elliott. “I’m excited to accomplice with Ambetter and the speedway to assist make the Ambetter Well being 500 spring race a must-attend occasion for NASCAR followers.”