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Richards Childress Racing Partners with Metris

December 1, 2006
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LEUVEN, BELGIUM-Richard Childress Racing (RCR) is investing in a multi-million dollar partnership with Metris to use the Belgium-based company’s integrated metrology solutions in the production of the nine-time NASCAR champion racing organization’s engines and racecars.

Metris, with U.S. operations in Detroit, California and Virginia, will supply RCR with high-technology metrology systems, both contact and optical, and the expertise to improve the aerodynamics and boost the performance of its engines. The partnership is a move in RCR’s continuing bid to boost the performance of its cars with winning technology.

“We’re partnering with Metris because of its impressive range of advanced metrology products,” says Richard Childress, president and CEO of Richard Childress Racing. “We’re confident that the expertise its engineers have demonstrated will help us to push the performance of our racecars to the next level. The technology involved in NASCAR today continues to grow and RCR’s partnership with Metris will put us on the cutting edge in both the engine and fabrication shops.”

Metris provides integrated solutions for automotive and aerospace metrology. The portfolio comprises coordinate measuring machines (CMMs), optical CMMs, 3-D laser scanners, laser radar and iGPS systems along with Focus, an inspection and reverse engineering software.

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