PRECISIONWERX Returns As Primary Sponsor Of Key Motorsports And Driver Charles Lewandoski For NASCAR Nationwide Race At Charlotte Motor Speedway

KEY MOTORSPORTS NEWS-FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Mooresville, NC (October 12, 2011) Key Motorsports announced Wednesday the return of PRECISIONWERX as the primary sponsor of the No. 40 Chevrolet in Friday night’s NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Charlotte Motor Speedway. PRECISIONWERX backed the efforts of the Key Motorsports team at Michigan in June.

[media-credit id=3 align=”alignright” width=”209″][/media-credit]”We are very excited about our sponsorship of the Key Motorsports race team in Friday night’s race,” said a PRECISIONWERX spokesperson. “Race fans have a tremendous loyalty to the sport and to introduce our capabilities to the NASCAR audience is a great opportunity for PRECISIONWERX.”

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“We appreciate the opportunity to partner with PRECISIONWERX again and for the Charlotte race in particular,” said team owner Curtis Key. “Charlotte is a great venue to showcase the unique abilities of PRECISIONWERX and we are thrilled to have them back on board this weekend.”

Charles Lewandowski will strap into the No. 40 PRECISIONWERX Chevrolet for the 300-mile contest on the high-banked 1.5-mile oval near Charlotte, North Carolina. The twenty-six year old Connecticut native looks forward to getting back in the PRECISIONWERX Chevrolet.

“We are glad to be driving the PRECISIONWERX Chevrolet at Charlotte and want to welcome PRECISIONWERX back with Key Motorsports this weekend,” said Lewandoski. “Curtis has gone all out, we have a new engine in the car and Gary Showalter (Key Motorsports crew chief), along with all the guys on the crew, have spent a lot of hours in the shop preparing for this race. Hopefully we will have a good showing for PRECISIONWERX.”

Friday night’s Nationwide Series race will be broadcast live from the Charlotte Motor Speedway on ESPN2 at 7:30 ET.

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