JOST joins Goodyear FIA ETRC as Official Partners


The European Truck Racing Association (ETRA) is excited to announce a dynamic new partnership with JOST, a global market leader in the production of systems, components and technology for commercial vehicles.

This strategic partnership marks an exciting chapter for the Goodyear FIA ETRC, as JOST takes its place among the official partners. The German company is renowned for its innovative solutions and unmatched expertise in the commercial vehicle industry.

Throughout the Goodyear FIA ETRC season, JOST will be prominently featured within the paddock. The partnership extends beyond mere visibility, as JOST plans to showcase its cutting-edge products in the Goodyear FIA ETRC fan village. In addition, JOST will deliver workshop sessions in its known “Truck Stop” format during various events throughout the season. Visitors can learn about the automatic coupling system JOST KKS which replaces the complex traditional coupling process and enables drivers to couple and uncouple semi-trailers via remote control. As optional equipment the King Pin Finder, a camera integrated in the fifth wheel coupling, further supports a safe and precise coupling process.

Janine Meyer, Director of Operations at ETRA Promotion, expressed her enthusiasm about the collaboration: “We are delighted to welcome JOST to our roster of partners. Their commitment to setting the highest standards especially when it comes to safety aligns seamlessly with the values of the Goodyear FIA ETRC. This partnership represents a synergy of innovation, performance and a shared passion for the world of truck racing.”

“We are very proud to join the Goodyear FIA ETRC as a sponsor”, said Joachim Dürr, CEO at JOST. “The truck racing series is not only known for the spirit of innovation and performance on the racetrack but also for the memorable #OneTruckFamily atmosphere. Ensuring safety remains our top priority at every mile on the track. With our safety technology and assistance systems we support the truck drivers in managing their daily work.”