Precisionwerx will appear as primary sponsor of the No. 40 Key Motorsports Chevrolet driven by Charles Lewandoski in Saturday's 250-mile NASCAR Nationwide Series race at Michigan International Speedway.
The Michigan-based machine shop specializes in rapid manufacturing with worldwide distribution and has a long history in the racing industry.
The 26-year-old Lewandoski recently joined the Key Motorsports team and will pilot the Precisionwerx Chevrolet in Saturday's race. The Stafford Springs, Conn., native earned a top-25 finish at Chicagoland and is ready to tackle the two-mile D-shaped oval situated in the Irish Hills of Michigan.
"I am grateful to be partnered with Precisionwerx for the race in Michigan this weekend," Lewandoski said. "They are a great company that cares about the work they produce and our team is looking forward to doing a good job for them on Saturday.
We have a great car for the race I appreciate (crew chief) Gary (Showalter) and everybody at the shop working so hard on it."
Showalter says this past weekend's break on the grueling 2011 Nationwide Series schedule allowed for additional preparation for Michigan.
"Having the weekend off from the track gave us some extra time at the shop," Showalter said. "This is good car we are taking to Michigan it's one we have done well with. Charles likes the car and he has a lot of determination to do well so we should be in good shape. We want to thank Precisionwerx for being on board with us this weekend we appreciate the opportunity to represent them in Michigan."
Saturday's NASCAR Nationwide Series race will be broadcast live on ABC from Michigan International Speedway at 3:00 p.m. Eastern.