Super Street Network

Due to the EU’s Global Data Protection Regulation, our website is currently unavailable to visitors from most European countries. We apologize for this inconvenience and encourage you to visit for the latest on new cars, car reviews and news, concept cars and auto show coverage, awards and much more.MOTORTREND.COM
 |   |   |  How To - Get Hooked Up With Carsponsorships.Com
Subscribe to the Free

How To - Get Hooked Up With Carsponsorships.Com

Justin Kaehler
Mar 1, 2008
130_0803_01_z+carsponsorshipscom+webpage Photo 1/1   |   How To - Get Hooked Up With Carsponsorships.Com

Back in my skating days, I wanted nothing more than to be sponsored. This was before the days of skaters living the Mountain Dew-sponsored highlife, but getting paid to travel the world and skate was still one of my goals in life. Had I landed that sponsorship, or even gotten on flow, I could right now be rolling in a Benz on 24s. I'd be richer than Dyrdek and have enough cash to buy DC Shoes. But that never happened... Switchstance became big, and as I was too lazy to learn to ride backwards, my dreams of making it big in skateboarding never came to fruition.

Finding a sponsor for your car is tough, too. Having a sponsored car leads to trophies at HIN and a car full of import model booty. Once you build a winning car, finding sponsors is easy. But how do you get that first sponsor to get you on your way to import fame? is here to help you out. All you gotta do is fill out an online form and you're on your way to the car show big time. To show you how easy it is, I went and filled out the form myself. Follow along as I look for sponsorship for my ratty old Integra.

Different sponsors will have different requirements, but once you snag that first sponsor, you'll be on the path to import fame! Who knows? Maybe your newly hooked-up ride will even grace the pages of Super Street!

By Justin Kaehler
22 Articles



Two images that purport to show the all-new 992-generation 911 Turbo have shown up on the internet, and they seem to be the real deal
Ed TahaneyFeb 21, 2019
Aston Martin isn't expected to deliver its third hypercar until late 2021, but it's already teasing the mid-engine coupe codenamed Project 003
Kelly PleskotFeb 20, 2019
Carbon Signal Automotive (CS) might not be a familiar name to most, but it's quickly mastered what neither the best in California or Japan can do yet, which is what's helped put its name onto the map.
Jonathan WongFeb 20, 2019
Speedworks Motorsport opts for the new Toyota Corolla hatchback to take racing in the 2019 British Touring Car Championship
Bob HernandezFeb 20, 2019
The Mercedes-Benz SLC roadster has been discontinued, and to celebrate the automaker has announced a Final Edition
Conner GoldenFeb 19, 2019
Sponsored Links