McAnally-Hilgemann Racing Extends Partnership with Champion Container

There’s More Than Just NASCAR Swag in That Champion Container

Today’s community news spotlights a promising partnership renewal: McAnally-Hilgemann Racing (MHR), Daniel Dye, and Champion Container have confirmed their continued alliance for the 2024 NASCAR CRAFTSMAN Truck Series (NCTS) season. The Champion Container brand will be the primary partner featuring on Dye‘s No. 43 Chevrolet Silverado RST for 12 NCTS races that season.

The trio’s long-standing relationship will again be visible at the season opener on Friday, February 16th, at Daytona International Speedway, with Champion Container‘s colors adorning MHR‘s No. 43 entry.

Dynamic racer Daniel Dye is stepping up to seize the opportunities at MHR, especially on the back of their successful run in 2023. Beamish of this opportunity, Dye aims to “build on that in 2024”, with an added commitment to the Race to Stop Suicide initiative.

Champion Container has long established its name as a leading distributor of packaging containers since 1968. Looking forward to expanding their presence and dedication in the NASCAR community, Champion Container CEO Tom Miskewitz professed his pride in Daniel as “a quality young man who serves as a great ambassador for our company”.

Show your support for this commendable partnership by acquiring Dye’s latest merchandise from Please stay connected with him on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, @danieldye43, or visit for more updates.

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