BK Racing has announced a brand new sponsor for Matt DiBenedetto and the No. 83 Toyota. Schluter-Systems, a new sponsor to NASCAR, will be on the car at Phoenix Raceway this weekend.
Schluter-Systems is a company that specializes in installation of ceramic and stone tiles. It currently has three offices in North America and over 400 employees. These offices are located in Reno, Nev.; Plattsburgh, N.Y.; and Montreal, Quebec.
No other races were announced to be sponsored by Schulter-Systems after this weekend.
DiBenedetto currently sits 35th in Sprint Cup Series point standings. The 24-year-old from California is fresh off his rookie season in the Sprint Cup Series, during which in 33 starts DiBenedetto had one DNF and a best finish of 18th at Talladega Superspeedway.
DiBenedetto finished 28th at Phoenix in his only start at the track last fall after not qualifying for the spring race.
BK Racing, headed by Virginia businessman and Burger King franchise owner Ron Devine, is in its fifth season as a Sprint Cup team. The team also fields a full-time entry for David Ragan in the No. 23.
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