First-year Pro Stock driver Camrie Caruso has not been crowned NHRA Rookie of the Year for 2022, but she is making a strong case through the first seven races of the season. Heading into the Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Nationals, Caruso will be flying the colors of Kings of Vapor, an Ohio-based vapor store and online business that has been a longtime supporter of Caruso Family Racing.
“We have had a great relationship with the guys from Kings of Vapor,” said Caruso. “We have known them for years. We sold Rick Bowling, my old Top Dragster to him, and then we drove for him. We won a couple of races, and they have always been great supporters of our program. They will have some guests at the races this weekend, and we are looking forward to an exciting weekend.”
Established in 2013, Kings of Vapor is a large brick and mortar retail chain, with a complete online store as well, that prides itself on customer service. Kings of Vapor has 16 locations throughout Ohio, including Akron, Canton, and Central Ohio as well as multiple locations in Florida.
“Being involved with Camrie and Caruso Family Racing has been great for our business,” said Rick Bowling, Kings of Vapor CEO. “With most of our stores in Ohio having the primary sponsorship during the NHRA Norwalk Nationals was a no-brainer. The fan interaction at the track is great, and Camrie is a great ambassador for Kings of Vapor.”
Fans will get their first chance to see the Kings of Vapor Chevrolet Camaro on Friday during the first two qualifying sessions of the event.