SportClips Canada is a Proud Sponsor of: NASCAR'S Joe Gibbs Racing 


Sport Clips Racing enters its 15th season in 2023 as a partner with Joe Gibbs Racing as a Family of Drivers Sponsor and a year-long associate sponsor on the #11 Cup Series Toyota Camry.


Denny Hamlin enters his 18th season with Joe Gibbs Racing, with Sport Clips as a season-long associate sponsor on NASCARS’s #11 Toyota Camry. Considered one of the all-time greatest late model drivers in the Virginias and Carolinas, Hamlin is a 15-time NASCAR Playoffs Qualifier (2006-2012, 2014-2021), and is the longest-tenured driver at Joe Gibbs Racing. He has scored wins for Sport Clips on five different occasions starting in 2011 at his home track of Richmond International Raceway in the Xfinity Series, 2012 at Atlanta Motor Speedway in the Cup Series, Darlington Raceway in 2015 in the Xfinity Series, and sweeping the Throwback Weekend at Darlington Raceway in 2017 in both the Cup and Xfinity Series races.


2016, 2019, 2020 Daytona 500 Winner

2015 All-Star Race Winner

2010, 2017, 2021 Southern 500 Winner

2006 NASCAR Cup Series Rookie of the Year


Martin Truex Jr. is a second-generation race car driver who has earned championships in both of NASCAR Xfinity Series as well as the NASCAR Cup Series and has cemented his place among the elite in NASCAR's top series. Truex enters the 2023 NASCAR Cup Series season in his fifth season driving the #19 Toyota Camry TRD for Joe Gibbs Racing. Through 18 full-time seasons at the premiere level of stock car racing, Truex's resume includes a Cup Series championship in 2017, 31 race wins, more than 100 top-five finishes and over 200 top-10 finishes. Along with his 2017 Cup Series Championship, Truex is also a two-time NASCAR Xfinity Series champion (2004-2005), and a 13 race winner in the series. Treux brought home his lone NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series race victory in 2021 at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway's dirst surface. 


2017 NASCAR Cup Series Champion

2016, 2019 Coca-Cola 600 Winner

2016 Southern 500 Winner


Christopher Bell continues behind the wheel of the #20 Toyota Camry TRD for Joe Gibbs Racing (JGR) in the NASCAR Cup Series (NCS) in 2023. Crew Chief Adam Stevens remains paired with Bell as the duo enter their third season together. Bell earned three victories in 2022, including walk-off wins at Charlotte ROVAL and Martinsville to propel him throughout the Championship and lock him into the final four. Bell finished the season third in points with three wins, 12 top-five, 20 top-10 finishes, four poles and over 500 laps led. In 2021, Bell earned his first NCS win in just the second start of the season at the Daytona Road Course, locking him into the Playoff field. In his sophomore NCS season Bell earned one win, seven top-five, 16 top-10 finishes and closed out the season 12th in the standings. Bell made the most of his rookie year in the Cup Series in 2020 during a worldwide pandemic and despite not having practice and qualifying was able to grow and improve throughout the season, earning two top-five and seven top-10 finishes. In 2019, Bell competed in the NASCAR Xfinity Series (NXS) for JGR and earned a series-high eight wins, led 2,005 laps, earned six pole awards, 20 top-five finishes and 12 top-10 finishes. The 1019 NXS season was Bell's first full year competing in the series. Bell founds his way to victory Iane seven times in 2018, setting the win records by a Rookie. In addition to the record seven wins, Bell started from the pole position five times and earned 10 top-five and 18 top-10 finishes. Bell captured the 2017 NASCAR Truck Series Championship in his second full-time season.


Ty Gibbs is in his rookie season in the NASCAR Cup Series but comes in as the resigning NASCAR Xfinity Series Champion and the 2020 ARCA Menard's Series Champion. He's just 20 years old, but in just 51 career Xfinity starts, he won 11 races (21 percent), scored 33 top-10 finishes (64 percent) and led 1,234 laps. His NASCAR Cup career got started in the summer of 2022 as he filled in for the injured Kurt Busch in the Monster Energy Toyota Camry TRD NASCAR Cup Series ride for 23XI Racing. Gibbs had a best finish of 10th at Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn and completed 15 races. He was the 2021 Xfinity Rookie of the Yar and had four wins in that series, plus won 12 ARCA Series races on his way to the ARCA championship. In Gibbs' Xfinity Series debut in February 2023 at the Daytona International Speedway Road Course, he led 14 of the 56 lap enroute to his first career Xfinity Series win. Gibbs became the youngest driver to win a Xfinity Road course race at 18 years, 4 months, 16 days. The Charlotte, N.C., native also became the second youngest winner in Xfinity Series history after Joey Logano, who won in June 2008 at Kentucky Speedway in Sparta when he was 18 years and 21 days old. 


Sport Clips has a long-standing partnership with Darlington Raceway, having served as the entitlement partner of the NASCAR XFINITY Series Sport Clips Haircuts VFW 200 race at the famed South Carolina track since 2012.

The Sport Clips Haircuts VFW 200 event has been one of the top events on the XFINITY Series race schedule, producing winners such as Brandon Jones (2020), Brad Keslowski (2018), Denny Hamlin (2017 and 2015 winner), and Elliott Sadler (2016).

The Sport Clips Haircuts VFW 200 is held each year on the Saturday of Labor Day weekend. The tradition continues September 3-4, 2022 in conjunction with the Southern 500 that will launch the Chase for the Cup Championship. Watch as drivers earn their Darlington Stripe at the track "Too Tough to Tame."