MAHLE Clevite Inc. Congratulates 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion Tony Stewart on his 3rd Title, the 64th Straight for MAHLE Clevite – UnderhoodService

MAHLE Clevite Inc. Congratulates 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion Tony Stewart on his 3rd Title, the 64th Straight for MAHLE Clevite

As the manufacturer of Clevite engine bearings used on every NASCAR Champion's engine since the inaugural season in 1948, MAHLE Clevite Inc. is pleased to congratulate the 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion: Tony Stewart.

As the manufacturer of Clevite engine bearings used on every NASCAR Champion’s engine since the inaugural season in 1948, MAHLE Clevite Inc. is pleased to congratulate the 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion: Tony Stewart.

The exciting win over Carl Edwards in the 13th Annual Ford 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway in Homestead, FL, on Sunday, November 20, 2011, allowed Stewart to capture his third cup series title. Both Stewart’s (Hendrick Engines) and Edwards’ (Roush Yates Engines) motors were built with Clevite engine bearings.

“These two incredibly competitive race cars made Sunday’s race at Homestead-Miami Speedway a race to remember,” said Ted Hughes, manager – marketing, MAHLE Clevite. “We are proud that our Clevite engine bearings, the choice of NASCAR engine builders, have been in the engine of every single NASCAR Champion since the beginning.”

Clevite engine bearings have a long-standing reputation with racing applications that has continued to build over the past decade. In addition to engine bearings, NASCAR teams also turn to MAHLE Clevite for MAHLE Original pistons, piston rings, and Victor Reinz gaskets.

For more information about MAHLE Clevite and its products, visit www.mahleclevite.com, or contact your local representative.

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