GEORGETOWN, ON- Karting standout Gary Klutt has announced this week his return to the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series thanks in part to a new partnership with CTL Vehicle Financing.
The Legendary Motorcar #59 will run a limited schedule this season, with stops at Circuit de Trois-Rivieres on August 10th, and Canadian Tire Motorsports Park on August 31st already confirmed. CTL and the Legendary Motorcar team are actively working to put together a program for additional events throughout the season.
“This is a huge opportunity for our entire team”, comments Klutt. “We’ve gone over every inch of our cars over the off-season, and truly feel we have a program capable of earning podium finishes. It’s been nothing short of a pleasure working with Jeffrey Newhouse and the entire CTL team. Their enthusiastic commitment has me very excited for the 2014 season”.
Klutt returns to competition after an impressive 7th place finish at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park’s ‘Clarington 200’ in September 2013.
“We’re very excited to be a part of Gary Klutt’s efforts this season”, says Newhouse, President and CEO of CTL. “Gary is a talented racer, with exceptional driving skills and a passion to be the best”
“We saw this as an excellent opportunity to support an exceptional talent, and offer our dealer partners the chance to participate in a sport that, much like CTL, is extremely competitive, dynamic and exhilarating”
“Gary is a great proxy for all of us at CTL”, Newshouse continues. “We consider him as part of the team. Both on and off the track, Gary exhibits our core values of respect and trustworthiness. And, just like our finance team, Gary demonstrates an ‘Anything is Possible’ attitude”.
CTL has grown from modest beginnings – one dealer, one loan and a dream in 2010 to be the best run auto finance company in Canada; evolving into Canada’s third largest non-bank auto lender serving consumers in the non-traditional credit markets. For more information on CTL please write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
By Spencer Lewis (@itsspencerlewis)
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