Homecoming Awaits ModSpace at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park

Homecoming Awaits ModSpace at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park

― ModSpace, Sponsor of the No. 16 Dyson Racing Mazda Lola, makes charge at checkered this weekend ―

CONCORD, N.C., July 19, 2012 – With Modular Space Corporation’s Canadian Headquarters located in Brampton, ON, just 60 miles from this weekend’s American Le Mans Series race at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, the organization is eager to compete for the checkered flag as primary sponsor of Dyson Racing’s No. 16 ModSpace Mazda Lola in the LMP1 class.

“We are thrilled to be racing at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park this weekend as a sponsor with Dyson Racing,” stated William Mann, Vice President of Motorsports for ModSpace. “Our relationship with Dyson Racing has been a key to our motorsports program this season and it is great to be in Canada this weekend competing in our Canadian headquarters’ backyard.”

Modular Space Corporation, better known as ModSpace, is among the largest modular building providers in North America with 13 branch and service offices across Canada and remains a leading innovator in modular construction. With 40-plus years of experience, the company offers a comprehensive list of temporary and permanent products, from ready-to-roll mobile offices and storage, to completely custom modular building solutions.

As part of the organization’s motorsports partnership objectives, ModSpace will entertain customers and employees at the race venue for Sunday’s American Le Mans Series event.

“This race has been referred to as Canada’s biggest sports car race of the year,” stated Mann. “ModSpace values our customers and employees. They are the backbone of our company and help us achieve success. This is a great way to give something back to them since they are racing enthusiasts to die-hard motorsports’ fans.”

Piloting the Dyson Racing No. 16 ModSpace Mazda Lola, Chris Dyson and Guy Smith want this race to be a success for ModSpace both on and off the track this weekend.

“Both Guy (Smith) and I are confident for this weekend’s race,” stated Chris Dyson, co-driver of the No. 16 ModSpace, Mazda-powered Lola. “When we climb into the cockpit on Sunday, we are going to charge to the checkered flag. With the support with have from ModSpace employees and customers attending the race this weekend, reaching the top of the podium on Sunday would mean a great deal to our team.”

The Mobil 1 presents the Grand Prix of Mosport is a two-hour, 45-minute race and scheduled for noon ET on July 22 from the 2.5-mile, 10-turn Canadian Tire Motorsport Park.