SPARTANBURG, S.C. – official release — HScott Motorsports photo — HScott Motorsports announced today that Collision Cure Body Werks will sponsor the No. 51 Chevrolet SS driven by Justin Allgaier in this weekend’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Collision Cure Body Werks is a family-owned business, with 85 teammates in five different locations across the central Indiana region. A sixth location is opening soon in Fishers, Ind. Owners Rick and Lynn Fields enjoy providing customers with outstanding service and take pride in their highly trained and passionate employees. They are proud to serve as community partners and make it a priority to give back.
“We are thrilled to be on the No. 51 car at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, ” said Rick Fields, owner of Collision Cure Body Werks. “This is our first time being involved in NASCAR, and we are excited for the weekend. Justin [Allgaier] represents himself well on and off of the track and we are proud to be associated with a first-class company such as HScott Motorsports.”
Allgaier, who is running for the Sunoco Rookie of the Year award in the NSCS this season, will be making his first career NSCS start at IMS. He has competed in two Nationwide Series events at the 2.5-mile track.
“I’m excited to have Collision Cure Body Werks on the No. 51 Chevy this weekend, ” said Allgaier. “They are an Indiana-based company and I’m happy to have them on board the car for my first Sprint Cup Series start at IMS. Indy has a lot of history and is one the biggest events of the season. I can ‘ t thank the Fields family and their company enough for their support this weekend.”