Classic Collision becomes the majority sponsor of Ellis, Alpha Prime Racing in 2024

Classic Collision has significantly increased its relationship with the No.43 team, agreeing to become the primary sponsor for Ryan Ellis in eleven races in the 2024 NASCAR Xfinity Series season. Classic Collision will also have a season-long presence on the No.43 Chevrolet Camaro as an associate sponsor in all 33 events.

Classic Collision is one of the largest privately held national providers of auto body repairers, originating in Atlanta, Georgia. They offer over 260 state-of-the-art repair facilities across the United States.

Classic Collision’s branding will debut on the No.43 Chevrolet for the second race of the season at Atlanta Motor Speedway on March 24th.

“I’m so proud to be able to represent Classic Collision for this many races in 2024,” said Ryan Ellis, driver of the No.43 Classic Collision Chevy Camaro. “Over the last year, we’ve gotten to know so many folks from the Classic Collision family, and they’ve been so welcoming. When you see just how well their group works together in each region, it’s no wonder why their business is growing so rapidly. We want to give back to their employees who are doing phenomenal work for customers by showing them a great time at each race. We’ve got a great schedule of races for their team in 2024, and I can’t wait to get the season started. I’m so thankful for their support, and I hope this is a partnership that lasts for many years to come.”

Originally slated as a one-race deal in 2023, Classic Collision’s support increased as the season progressed and saw the company adorn Ellis’ Chevrolet multiple times.

“Last year, we began our partnership with Ryan Ellis and Alpha Prime Racing in our home market of Atlanta to showcase the fun we have as a growing organization. We added several races throughout 2023 and look forward to expanding even further in 2024, not only to highlight our brand nationally but to celebrate our Classic Collision family,” said Toan Nguyen, Chief Executive Officer of Classic Collision.

Ryan Ellis PR