NASCAR Awards Cup Series Supplier of the Year to Five Star Race Car Bodies

There’s nothing like recognition from your industry to really fuel pride in a company, and when that client is NASCAR, the recognition comes straight from the race teams.  That’s exactly the position that Five Star Race Car Bodies finds itself in as the team accepts the NASCAR Cup Series Supplier of the Year award.

The Twin Lakes, Wisconsin-based business is a leading manufacturer of advanced composites, thermoformed plastics, and polycarbonate windows for multiple types of race cars and the award, which is voted on by the Cup Series Teams, recognizes Five Star Bodies’ exceptional contributions to the NASCAR competition program, particularly in the development of advanced composite body panels for the Next Gen car.

“We are extremely honored to receive the NASCAR Cup Series Supplier of the Year award,” said Carl Schultz, President, and Co-Founder of Five Star Race Car Bodies. “This recognition shows the commitment of our employees to provide high-quality products for all racers and our ongoing dedication to pushing the boundaries of high-performance motorsports.”

Five Star Race Car Bodies works side by side with NASCAR to develop and produce essential components of the NEXT GEN body, including including exterior composite panels and polycarbonate windows.  In fact, Five Star has been providing windows to NASCAR since 1992.  This partnership has been an essential part of enhancing the competitiveness of the Cup, Xfinity, Craftsman Truck and ARCA Series races as well.

On a broader scale, the NASCAR award confirms that Five Star Race Car Bodies, which has been in business since 1978, is a leader in the race industry, supporting both the grassroots dirt and asphalt racer — an audience at the heart of the business – and the professional driver competing at an elite level.

About Andreanna Ditton 311 Articles
Andreanna Ditton is the Editorial Director and Editor-in-Chief for the Internet Brands Automotive Classifieds Group, of which RacingJunk is the flagship site. She has worked in the automotive publishing industry since 2007, focusing on racing and performance issues.

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