Chip Ganassi Racing (CGR) announced a partnership with Communication and Surveillance Services, LLC (ComSurv) to serve as the primary partner on the No. 1 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1, driven by 2017 Daytona 500 Champion Kurt Busch at Atlanta Motor Speedway (AMS). Busch will make his 650th Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series (MENCS) start in addition to his 28th MENCS career start at AMS on Sunday, Feb. 24.
ComSurv is a security solutions company that specializes in simple-to-use, military grade video security cameras and door electronic access control technologies, which provide business owners with peace of mind. ComSurv and CGR have enjoyed a working relationship for five years; however, this will be the first time that ComSurv has been featured as the primary sponsor on one of the CGR race cars.
“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to partner with Chip Ganassi Racing for this race,” said Jose Noy, CEO, ComSurv. “We are pleased to help the team fulfill their security vision and goals. ComSurv has provided Chip Ganassi Racing with military grade, yet easy to use, video security as well as access control. Our goal is to always provide our customers with peace-of-mind through reliable and innovative security solutions and the team will enjoy that with our partnership and amazing service.”
Throughout the partnership, ComSurv has provided the CGR Concord, NC facility security solutions to help it take security to the next level. ComSurv uses military grade yet simple to use security technologies that focus on video surveillance cameras and electronic door access locks with built in artificial intelligence, analytics, cloud solutions, and superior video quality. These solutions will help CGR maintain the safety standards they have set for their teams while protecting their assets.
Busch is an accomplished veteran in the MENCS, both as a race winner (30) and a series champion (2004). He also has won marquee MENCS events such as the Daytona 500 (2017) the Coca-Cola 600 (2010) and the NASCAR All-Star Race (2010). Busch has not only won a race on every type of track that the series competes on, (superspeedway, intermediate, short-track and road course), he also has claimed a pole on each type of track, in addition to being named the 2018 MENCS Busch Pole Award winner for the most pole awards on the season, at five.