Reutimann will drive the No. 10 Accell Construction Chevrolet in the Auto Club 400
MOORESVILLE, N.C. (March 20, 2012) – Oklahoma-based Accell Construction will return to the Tommy Baldwin Racing (TBR) No. 10 Chevrolet this weekend at Auto Club Speedway. David Reutimann will drive the No. 10 Accell Construction Chevrolet in the Auto Club 400 Sunday, March 25th.
Accell Construction adorned the hood of the No. 10 Chevrolet at Phoenix and Vegas this season. The 20-year-old company also partnered with TBR during the 2011 season. Continuing to see an increase in interest of the company, Accell Construction decided to extend their relationship with the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (NSCS) team.
“We have been very happy with our relationship with TBR,” explained Accell Construction owner Steve Todhunter. “Being on the No. 10 Chevrolet has given us a lot of exposure. Plus, we hate to see a blank car out there on the track.”
Reutimann made three starts in the TBR No. 10 this season. He battled mechanical issues the first two races. Last weekend, the Zephyrhills, Fla., native struggled with the handling of his Chevrolet but held on for a 21st-place finish to move the TBR team to 36th in NSCS Owner Points.
“It is always good to have Accell Construction back on board,” commented TBR owner Tommy Baldwin. “We are glad that the partnership is work out for his company and for our race team.”
Reutimann will hit the 2.5-mile, Southern California track Friday, March 23rd for practice and qualifying. The Auto Club 400 is scheduled for Sunday, March 25th at 3 p.m. EST.
About Accell Construction: Accell Construction, Inc. operates as a full service site civil contractor for the petroleum terminal and bulk storage industries and specializes in tank farm construction, tank foundations and other related site civil construction. Accell Construction’s clients know they can expect excellent safety, reliability and top-notch job performance. Accell, whose projects are always in budget and completed early, enjoys a 20 year reputation that is second to none.
Oklahoma based Accell Construction operates civil construction projects in numerous states across the U.S. and has constructed some of the largest petroleum storage facilities built in the U.S. in the last 15 years.
Accell benefits from a team of employees who bring decades of civil experience. The Accell team, many of whom have been with the company since inception, is committed to excellence and safety. All field personnel are also required to be TWIC certified. Accell has a well known reputation in the petroleum storage industry for performing the highest quality work—always in an expedient, but safe manner.
For more information on Accell Construction, visit www.accellconstructioninc.com.
About Tommy Baldwin Racing: NASCAR Sprint Cup Series (NSCS) Crew Chief Tommy Baldwin formed Tommy Baldwin Racing (TBR) in 2009. Baldwin utilized a declining economy to open a NSCS team with a stringent budget. The team worked to build to full-time competition, and by the 2011 season, the team’s third season, TBR competed in every race and locked the No. 36 Chevrolet in the top-35 in NSCS Owner Points. Dave Blaney drove the No. 36 Chevrolet to TBR’s highest finish of third in the October 2011 event at Talladega Superspeedway. TBR also fielded a second car for select races in the past two seasons with multiple drivers.
Based in Mooresville, N.C., TBR will compete in the NSCS in 2012 with NASCAR veterans David Reutimann and Dave Blaney. The team will also compete in the NASCAR Nationwide Series with Ryan Blaney, Bobby Santos and Ryan Truex.
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