Here’s a first look at the livery created by Pippins Designs for the Jarritos Racing/Team GMR Honda CBR1000RR-R Fireblade SP that Gabriel Da Silva will race in Superbike Cup this weekend at Road America. Image courtesy of Pippins Designs.

Geoff May Racing is thrilled to announce that Jarritos, the refreshing Mexican soda, is joining the team as a title sponsor for the upcoming Superbike Cup at Road America. Jarritos Racing/Team GMR features talented 19-year-old rider Gabriel Da Silva. The announcement was made by Jodi May, team principal of Geoff May Racing.

Gabriel Da Silva was runner-up in Stock 1000 race one at Barber Motorsports Park two weeks ago aboard the GMR/Jones Honda Fireblade SP. Photo by Brian J. Nelson.

Da Silva will be competing again on the formidable Honda CBR1000RR-R Fireblade SP, a bike renowned for its power and agility. At Barber Motorsports Park two weeks ago, the team debuted in the Stock 1000 season opener with Da Silva aboard the #74 GMR/Jones Honda. He qualified on the front row and finished as runner-up in race one.

Jarritos Racing/Team GMR is supported by a group of generous sponsors that includes Darrell Jones Honda, KWS, Michael Godin, Dainese, Arai Helmets, SBS Brakes, K-Tech, Evol Technology, Pippins Designs, and Dunlop.

“The collaboration with Jarritos marks a significant milestone for both Geoff May Racing and Jarritos,” commented Jodi May. “We are confident that, with the combined expertise of Geoff May Racing and the skills of Gabriel Da Silva, we will deliver an outstanding performance.”

Jarritos Racing/Team GMR is looking forward to an exciting weekend of racing, and they invite all their fans and supporters to join them at Road America to witness the thrill and excitement of Superbike racing. Be sure to stop by their paddock setup and enjoy the refreshments provided by Jarritos.

For more information, please contact Jodi May and “[email protected]

About Jarritos

Known as the “Official Soda of Tacos,” Jarritos was founded in 1950 by Don Francisco “El Güero” Hill. Made in Mexico, Jarritos is produced in a variety of fruit flavors, with cane sugar, and is less carbonated than other popular soft drinks. Many Jarritos varieties are naturally flavored. The word jarrito means “little jug” in Spanish and refers to the Mexican tradition of storing drinks in clay pottery jugs. Jarritos soda is sold in 370 mL (13 US fl oz), 600 mL (20 US fl oz), and 1.5-liter bottles.