POUGHKEEPSIE, NY March 12, 2011 – Dyson Racing is pleased to announce the addition of ModSpace and Construct Corps as partners of the #16 Mazda Lola Coupe for the 2011 American Le Mans Season. A revised, full-season car livery incorporating their branding alongside existing team sponsors Mazda, G-OIL and Thetford will debut at the 59th Annual 12 Hours of Sebring on Saturday, March 19 and a special ModSpace and Construct Corps-centered livery will be featured at the Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca round in September.
“We welcome ModSpace and Construct Corps to the ALMS and Dyson Racing,” said Chris Dyson, Vice President and Sporting Director of Dyson Racing. “They are innovative companies focused on quality, service and value and we look forward to providing a platform to showcase their position as one of the largest global suppliers of modular construction.”
“Both ModSpace, and our motorsports’ partner Construct Corps, are very excited about our partnership with Dyson Racing and Mazda,” said William Mann, Director of ModSpace Motorsports. “It is extremely rewarding to be aligned with these two organizations as we continue to grow our business mode. With the focus and dedication of this team, we look forward to a strong performance this season.”
Modular Space Corporation (Modspace), based in Berwyn, PA, is a leading provider of modular buildings, portable storage and services for temporary or permanent space needs. Building on more than 40 years of experience, ModSpace serves a diverse set of customers and markets – including commercial, construction, education, government, healthcare, industrial/energy and special events – through an extensive branch network throughout the United States and Canada: www.modspace.com. Construct Corps is a leading provider of temporary skilled workers for construction, disaster response, environment and manufacturing companies throughout the US. Through its exclusive Construct Buddy recruiting system, Construct Corps provides more workers in more locations with one point of contact than any other company: www.constructcorps.com.
“When the final checkered flag falls on the final race of every racing season, each team has the same opportunity to focus on preparing for the new season ahead,” noted John Doonan, Manager, Motorsports Team Development at Mazda North American Operations. “Since Petit Le Mans 2010, everyone at Dyson Racing has been working hard to put all the pieces in place for a run at the LMP1 Championship in 2011. All of us at Mazda are proud of the effort the team has put in at the shop, during testing on track, and in securing partners to begin the 2011 campaign. Here at Mazda, our motorsports strategy is based on a very focused business model that requires strong partnerships with teams, partners, and customers. We congratulate Dyson Racing on their new partnerships G-OIL, ModSpace, and Construct Corps…and may the 2011 season bring many victories…on the track…and in the marketplace.”