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MacLean Power Systems to Sponsor Ryan Ellis, Alpha Prime at Charlotte

Ryan Ellis MacLean Power Systems NASCAR Xfinity Series Charlotte

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MacLean Power Systems (MPS), an industry-leading supplier for critical infrastructure, is joining forces with Ryan Ellis and Alpha Prime Racing to serve as the primary sponsor of the No. 43 Chevrolet in the NASCAR Xfinity Series event at Charlotte Motor Speedway on May 25.

With three of its key locations just down the road from Charlotte Motor Speedway, in Fort Mill, Newberry, and York, South Carolina, MPS is excited to make its first foray into NASCAR sponsorship with Ellis.

The company is dedicated to keeping America’s power infrastructure performing optimally by supplying world-class products to help build and maintain electrical services to consumers on a global level.

“We are thrilled to support Ryan in his NASCAR journey. To get this far, he has proven his grit and work ethic while also exemplifying his commitment to family and safety. Ryan truly embodies our values and way of doing business,” said Corinne Williams, Vice President of Sales. “We are excited to cheer him to victory as well as honor our employees, whose dedication to safety and performance are our driving factor.”

A veteran of 100-plus starts in the NASCAR Xfinity Series, Ellis is tackling his first full-time campaign in any of NASCAR’s National Series in 2024, driving the No. 43 Chevrolet Camaro for Alpha Prime Racing.

In the opening 11 races of the season, Ellis has recorded a pair of top-20 results — a season-best 11th at Daytona International Speedway and a 13th-place result at Dover Motor Speedway. Entering the series’ next race, Charlotte, Ellis sits 24th in the series point standings.

“I am really proud to represent MacLean Power Systems in their first NASCAR race at their home track,” said Ryan Ellis, driver of the No.43 MacLean Power Systems Chevy Camaro. “Charlotte race week is always a big week for everyone in the NASCAR family, with so many drivers, teams, and crew members based in this area. Having a hometown sponsor who shares my values based just down the road makes the weekend even more special. We know just how important this upcoming stretch of races will be – Charlotte, Portland, Sonoma, and Iowa all provide unique challenges for a small team like ours. We’re excited to hopefully get some positive momentum into this massively important stretch of races.”

A native of Ashburn, Virginia, Ellis has made three starts in the NASCAR Xfinity Series at Charlotte Motor Speedway, including a top-15 finish with Alpha Prime Racing in 2022, and a pair of top-25 results.

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