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Ends Footwear Announces Race Series Partnership With Scuderia Corsa

Murrieta, CA – March 05, 2021 – Ends Footwear is proud to sponsor car No. 63, a Ferrari 488 GT3 EVO, of the prestigious Scuderia Corsa race team at the Weathertech Sportscar Championship.

Drivers Bret Curtis, Ed Jones, Marcos Gomes and Ryan Briscoe will race the iconic vehicle in the Rolex 24 At Daytona. The group is bringing plenty of skill and enthusiasm to the track. Between the four drivers there is a Rolex 24 winner, Daytona International Speedway track record holder, Ferrari veteran and an Indy500 Rookie of the Year.

“We are thrilled to have such a strong lineup,” said Team Owner Giacomo Mattioli. “This race provides many unexpected highs and lows so you need experienced drivers to succeed. Our lineup this year may be one of our most decorated driver lineups yet. I feel confident a good result is imminent.”

“Our Ends family is excited to be partnering with Scuderia Corsa to support the movement and be a bridge between all sports from BMX/skate/scooter culture to car racing. Coming together to celebrate the activities we all love is more important than ever, and we look forward to bringing some fun and connection to the race community.” — Jacob Bush, Ends Footwear

This partnership with Ends Footwear marks an important collaboration between key players in the industries. As the dynamic of racing – and sports overall – continues to evolve, Ends is proud to help uphold the iconic culture that unites fans and athletes alike.


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Company Name: Ends Footwear
Contact Person: Christine McDannell
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Phone: 858-922-2665
City: Murrieta
State: CA
Country: United States

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