NK Seeds Extends Partnership With Multi-Time NHRA World Champion John Force Racing

Story By: SARA SLAUGHTER / JOHN FORCE RACING – YORBA LINDA, CA – NK Seeds, a division of Syngenta, is continuing its partnership with John Force Racing into the 2023 NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series season.

NK Seeds is a leading manufacturer of corn hybrids and soybean varieties that uses gene editing technology and seed analyzation to ensure every product performs at the highest standards.

“It’s great to welcome NK Seeds back for the 2023 NHRA season. NK Seeds is all about precision and providing its customers with the very best in the business. These race cars need that same care and precision to perform at a competitive level and end up in the winners circle,” said Hight, President of John Force Racing and driver of the Cornwell Tools / AAA / Flav-R-Pac Chevrolet Camaro SS Funny Car. “It’s going to be another exciting year having NK Seeds and their customers in hospitality and in the winners circle with us. We’ll be looking forward to more success and growing this partnership.”

“NK Seeds’ partnership with John Force Racing has delivered a unique experience and platform to connect our brand tighter with our customers. We are super excited and looking forward to continuing to grow the NK Seeds partnership with the John Force Racing team in 2023,” said Jim Shertzer, Head of Branded Marketing, Syngenta Seeds. “The John Force Racing partnership will continue to provide us the opportunity to connect our R&D approach – Speed, Precision & Power – with our customers at the race tracks and additional platforms. We are ready for the NHRA season to start and watch those NK Seeds logos racing down the track with John Force Racing.”

Originally signed on two races into the 2022 season, this will be NK Seeds’ first complete season with the legendary team. NK Seeds will continue to be featured on all four John Force Racing hot rods driven by Robert Hight, John Force, Brittany Force, and Austin Prock. The 2023 NHRA Camping World season will kick off March 10-12 with the Amalie Motor Oil NHRA Gatornationals at Gainesville Raceway.

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