Dignity Gold Partners with Team Stange to Compete in NASCAR Cup Series With Tarso Marques

– Brazilian Formula One Ace Tarso Marques to Drive for Team Stange –

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, March 8, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Dignity Corporation (“Dignity Corp”), the United States-based digital security company that is taking a revolutionary approach to using verified gold reserves to back its security token, announces a partnership with Team Stange Racing, the only Chicago-based NASCAR team, to compete in eight NASCAR Cup Series races throughout 2022.

Dignity Gold is a United States-based digital security company that is taking a revolutionary approach to using verified gold reserves to back its security token. Making the deal between Team Stange Racing and Dignity Gold, LLC even more unique is that the entire sponsorship was paid in Dignity Gold’s DIGau tokens (traded on CryptoSX and BitGlobal).

Team Stange Racing also announced that Tarso Marques, a Brazilian racing driver who has competed in 24 Formula One Grands Prix races, will be its driver in the NASCAR Cup Series races and other series to be announced in 2022.

“This is an incredible opportunity to bring awareness to race fans about a U.S. compliant digital security that is a modern investment vehicle based on a traditional equity, gold-reserves,” explained Kent M. Swig, Chairman of Dignity Corp. “Stange Racing and Dignity Gold will be a significant partnership, bridging the gap between casual fans, investors and the exciting new frontier of digital securities.”

“We’re thrilled for investors and the racing community to come together with this partnership from Dignity Gold, bringing value to the racetrack and race fans who possess a passion for digital securities and competitive racing,” stated John Stange, Jr., President and CEO of Team Stange Racing. “With an experienced driver like Tarso behind the wheel, we’re very optimistic about competing in the NASCAR Cup Series this year, with additional races and series to be announced. I look forward to teaming up with Dignity and my friend Tarso on the racing programs, as we continue to build a dream team, leading exciting projects outside of racing.”

The first of Team Stange Racing’s eight 2022 NASCAR Cup Series will take place on July 3 at the Kwik Trip 250 in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin. A Ford Mustang with Roush Yates Power—Car 79, the numeric number for gold—will be driven for all of Team Stange Racing’s NASCAR Cup Series races in 2022. Team Stange Racing will also run the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Race as a refresher on June 12 in Sonoma, California.

About Dignity Gold, LLC

Dignity Gold, LLC is a blockchain development company creating securities tokens to establish investment opportunities into the U.S. precious metals mining and mineral sectors. The DIGau token is a verified gold reserve-backed security token represented by a pledge of at least $6 billion in gold reserves in tailings and alluvial placer deposits. DIGau tokens should be more liquid than physical gold which has significant logistical hurdles to its trading or physical possession. DIGau tokens should offer comparatively fast and easy transferability, within the bounds of securities trading laws, and are intended to be tradable any time of the day, year-round. Founded in 2019 by Stephen Braverman and Kent M. Swig, Dignity Gold is the parent company of Dignity Corp. which is engaged in issuing the Dignity token using the ticker DIGau backed by gold deposits located in the United States. For more information, visit www.dignitygold.com, follow on Twitter at @DIG_Au, Telegram, or Instagram.

About Team Stange Racing

Team Stange Racing expanded into the IndyCar Series in 2019, finishing 22nd in the Indianapolis 500. Its goal for 2022 and beyond is to consistently compete for wins in the NASCAR Cup Series, and multiple racing formulas in both the USA and internationally. Team Stange Racing aims to build a motorsports empire looking at other motorsport disciplines to compete in 2023 along with NASCAR and the GT Sprint Race in Brazil. For more information, visit www.StangeRacing.com, and follow on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

About Tarso Marques

Tarso Marques, 46, is a Brazilian racing driver who has participated in 24 Formula One Grands Prix, all with the Minardi team, beginning in 1996. In 1999, he moved stateside to drive in the American Champ Car ranks and caught the eye of legendary team owner Roger Penske. When two-time Indianapolis 500 winner Al Unser Jr. was injured, Penske asked him to fill in and he finished as high as 5th. In 2000, 2004, and 2005, he drove in that series for Dale Coyne Racing, with a best result of 11th. Since his last Champ Car outing in 2005, Marques has driven in the FIA GT, BOSS GP, Endurance Brasil, TC2000 and Stock Car Brazil championships. Tarso is a six-time winner at Daytona Bike Week’s Rat’s Hole and the founder of TMC, the biggest design studio in South America which creates projects of custom cars, motorcycles, airplanes, yachts and architecture. Learn more about Tarso at TarsoMarques.com and on Instagram @tarsomarquesoficial.

Media Contact:

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Impact Partners
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SOURCE Dignity Gold, LLC

Team Stange Racing/2022 NASCAR Cup Series Races


Sunday, July 3 at 2:00 PM
Kwik Trip 250
Road America
Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin
62 laps / 250 miles

Sunday, July 31 at 1:30 PM
Verizon 200 at the Brickyard
Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road Course
Indianapolis, Indiana
82 laps / 200 miles

Sunday, Aug. 21 at 2:00 PM
Go Bowling at The Glen
Watkins Glen International
Watkins Glen, New York
90 laps / 220.5 miles

Saturday, Aug. 27 at 6:00 PM
Coke Zero Sugar 400
Daytona International Speedway
Daytona Beach, Florida
160 laps / 400 miles
Sunday, Oct. 9 at 1:00 PM
Bank of America ROVAL 400
Charlotte Motor Speedway Road Course
Concord, North Carolina
109 laps / 252.88 miles

Sunday, Oct. 16 at 1:30 PM
South Point 400
Las Vegas Motor Speedway
Las Vegas, Nevada
267 laps / 400.5 miles

Sunday, Oct. 23 at 1:30 PM
Dixie Vodka 400
Homestead-Miami Speedway
Homestead, Florida
267 laps / 400.5 miles

Sunday, Nov. 6 at 2:00 PM
NASCAR Cup Series Championship
Phoenix Raceway
Avondale, Arizona
312 laps / 312 miles
Jonathan Zaback
Impact Partners
[email protected]