MotoAmerica: Shair Is Title Sponsor Of Travis Wyman Racing At VIR

MotoAmerica: Shair Is Title Sponsor Of Travis Wyman Racing At VIR

© 2021, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By Travis Wyman Racing:

Travis Wyman Racing BMW announces Shair as title sponsor for this weekend’s MotoAmerica Superbikes at Virigina

Up-and-coming car sharing service backs top team in MotoAmerica Stock 1000, Superbike Cup for VIRginia International Raceway round

LAS VEGAS — Travis Wyman Racing BMW is pleased to announce Shair – a car sharing service that is active in 49 states – is the team’s title sponsor for MotoAmerica’s Superbikes at Virginia round, which takes place May 21-23 at VIRginia Raceway in Alton, Va.

Shair will have its logo on rider Travis Wyman’s BMW S 1000 RR as the pro road racing veteran – who is the leader in MotoAmerica’s Stock 1000 Class and Superbike Cup standings – aims to score his second career victory on VIR’s 2.25-mile North Course.

The Las Vegas rider scored a victory and a third place in the Stock 1000 races at Road Atlanta April 30-May 2 and was the top-finishing Superbike Cup rider in both Superbike races.

“VIRginia International Raceway is one of my favorite tracks on the MotoAmerica calendar, and I’m happy to have Shair on board as my title sponsor at a track I’ve had strong results at on the BMW,” Wyman said. “I expect to be battling for more top finishes this coming weekend. My goal is to extend my points lead in both classes, as well as get Shair’s branding in the middle of a MotoAmerica podium celebration.”

As the car-sharing platform that works hard for its car owners, Shair offers better, cleaner cars and a thorough verification process that puts car owners and customers at ease about the car sharing process. Based in Costa Mesa, Calif., Shair enables car owners to generate revenue from a wide variety of car makes and models. Among the thousands of cars available for booking through Shair are the Chevrolet Corvette, Tesla Model X, Bentley Continental and Porsche 911 Carrera 4S.

“We’re changing the way people think about their cars, and MotoAmerica fans are just one of the many motor sports audiences we’re working to build brand awareness among,” Shair co-founder Garrick Delafuente said. “MotoAmerica has experienced a lot of growth in terms of viewership and social media engagement. Supporting Travis’ program is a cost-effective way for us to get our message out to MotoAmerica fans across the country. This is just the beginning of our campaign to reach MotoAmerica fans, and we look forward to working with Travis as one of our long-term marketing partners.”

For those attending the MotoAmerica round at VIR, stop by the Travis Wyman Racing transporter to check out banners that will help fans learn how to join the Shair community.

To learn how to Shair your car or join the ranks of Shair customers, visit

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