Sport Clips Racing


Proud Sponsor of Joe Gibbs Racing and Driver Denny Hamlin and furniture row racing and driveR erik jones

Sport Clips Haircuts is an active sponsor in the fastest sport in America - AUTO RACING! We have sponsored NASCAR drivers for many years and even had a car in the 2006 Indianapolis 500 driven by Italy's Max Papis!

Sport Clips Racing is excited to enter its ninth season (2017) as a partner with Joe Gibbs Racing, and our new partner, Furniture Row Racing

Denny Hamlin enters his 12th full season with Joe Gibbs Racing behind the wheel of the No. 11 Sport Clips Toyota Camry in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series following an incredible 2016 season that left him contending in his 10th-career Chase for the NASCAR Cup. Hamlin concluded his 2016 season with three victories, including the prestigious Daytona 500, along with 12 top-five finishes, 22 top-10 finishes, one pole award and 524 total laps led. Hamlin has scored wins for Sport Clips on three 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 and most recently at Darlington Raceway in 2015 in the XFINITY Series.

Erik Jones enters the 2017 season contending for the Sunoco Rookie of the Year title in his first full season competing in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series for Furniture Row Racing in the No. 77 Sport Clips Toyota Camry. Competing full-time in the NASCAR XFINITY Series in 2016, Jones finished the season as the XFINTY Series Sunoco Rookie of the Year with four wins, 15 top-five finishes, 20 top-10 finishes, nine pole awards and led 627 laps. Jones previously represented Sport Clips in the XFINTY Series with his best finish of second coming at Pocono Raceway in 2016.

Proud Sponsor of JGR MX

Sport Clips enjoys its Official Sponsor  relationship with the JGRMX Professional  Motocross Racing Team. Founded by Coy Gibbs, the son of NFL Hall of Fame Head Coach Joe Gibbs,  the team debuted Jan. 5, 2008 in Anaheim, Calif., at the opening round of the AMA Supercross Championship.

Coy Gibbs knows that building a motocross team from the ground up is no easy task, and having the right people will make all the difference in the success of the effort. Understanding that success in NASCAR will not directly translate into success in motocross, Coy has hired a team with extensive backgrounds in the sport.  Jeremy Albrecht manages the team, with Dean Baker handling the engine development. Jonny Oler takes care of suspension, and Spencer Bloomer heads up the testing and settings refinement duties.  Patrick Barker provides the tuning duties for Justin Brayton, while Ben Schiermeyer wrenches for Josh Grant.  The team is based in Huntersville, North Carolina.