Sally McNulty, @Teamsallyracing and LIQUI MOLY USA boost their partnership

Sally McNulty's exceptional talent and unwavering dedication have propelled her to new heights, securing numerous podium finishes, and planting her flag as one of the top competitors in the TC America series.

LIQUI MOLY USA, the renowned automotive oil company, and racing sensation Sally McNulty, the driving force behind @teamsallyracing, are storming through the mid-season with an explosive partnership. Dominating the track, they have become a force to be reckoned with, leaving competitors in awe.

Sally McNulty’s exceptional talent and unwavering dedication have propelled her to new heights, securing numerous podium finishes, and planting her flag as one of the top competitors in the TC America series. In collaboration with LIQUI MOLY USA, Sally continues to push boundaries, leveraging their cutting-edge automotive products to maximize performance.

“Partnering with Sally McNulty has been an incredible journey for LIQUI MOLY USA, and I couldn’t be prouder to support her in breaking barriers for women in motorsports,” says Eva Tran, Marketing Director LIQUI MOLY USA. “Together, we will continue to fuel the drive for equality and diversity in the motorsports community, one victory at a time. She’s an amazing representative for our brand both on and off the track. Together, we’re showing what we can do with the GenRacer team, and LIQUI MOLY USA providing reliable products that can take whatever she throws at them.”

Follow @teamsallyracing for exciting updates and exclusive content as LIQUI MOLY USA and Sally McNulty continue to conquer the season with unmatched passion and performance.


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