USA Shooting appears on Trans Am Series race car

USA Shooting will soon appear on the Trans Am Series roadway, a collaboration between the shooting organization and Brazen Sports. (Photo: USA Shooting)

USA Shooting is set to go fast, with its logo appearing on Doug Peterson’s Ford Mustang in the Trans Am Series.

Courtesy of a partnership among Brazen Sports, Coleman MotorSports and Peterson, USA Shooting will be featured on the race car bringing more exposure to the shooting group. The custom-wrapped Mustang will feature key supporting partners of USA Shooting to include: Brazen Sports, Federal Premium, Resource One, NSSF’s Project ChildSafe, White Flyer and Krieghoff. In addition, renowned competition pistol shooter and Brazen Sports brand ambassador, Max Michel, will also appear on the car.

“Partnership is everything to USA Shooting and it comes in all sorts of different forms, and a customized USA Shooting race car is a unique opportunity presented by our friend Eddie Rimanelli,” Kevin Neuendorf, Director of Marketing Communications for USA Shooting, said in a news release. “Like the timepieces he creates, it’s brazen and we thank him, the Trans Am Series, Coleman Motorsports and Doug Peterson for their generosity. Similarly, we felt like it was a great opportunity to showcase our major sponsors that mean everything to our athletes and our 2020 vision.”

The Ford Mustang will celebrate USA Shooting and its partners. (Photo: USA Shooting)

Rimanelli said he and Brazen Sports are excited about the USA Shooting partnership.

“We’re thrilled by the opportunity to combine the passion and precision of marksmanship and motorsports to support America’s shooting team in pursuit of gold at the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games,” Rimanelli said.

The USA Shooting car will appear in the Circuit of Americas tour stop in Austin, Texas as well as the Trans Am Series season finale to be held at Daytona International Speedway Dec. 2 at 2:00 p.m. ET. The Trans Am Series began in the mid-1960s created to showcase Mustang, Camaro, Challenger and Corvette drivers’ abilities.

The Daytona race will be streamed live at

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