Circle Sport announced today that that NASCAR veteran David Stremme will return to the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series this weekend at Martinsville Speedway in Martinsville, Va., driving the No. 33 Mace Chevrolet in Sunday's STP 500.
Mace is a manufacturer and provider of personal defense, safety and electronic security products for home, school, business and law enforcement use.
"I am excited to return to racing in the Sprint Cup Series," stated Stremme. "The Circle Sport team has done a great job in building their race program and the success of the No. 33 car. And to be able to partner with Mace Brand and their charity initiatives this week makes it even more special. They support very worthy organizations which falls in line with what I have been involved with in my years of NASCAR racing. I look forward to a very successful weekend with this No. 33 Mace Chevrolet."
Stremme has 340 starts in NASCAR's top three Series with 190 starts in the Sprint Cup Series. He last raced for Swan Racing in the Sprint Cup Series during the 2013 season.
Mace formed the Mace Cares program in 2013 as a way to provide support and assistance for individuals at risk throughout our communities. In recognition of this program, the sponsorship will feature ribbons on the No. 33 Chevrolet honoring the National Center for Victims of Crime, Casting for Recovery and The Centers for Families and Children.
"We are honored to represent Mace in their first involvement in NASCAR," added Circle Sport owner Joe Falk. "They are a tremendous company and their support of great causes and desire to feature them on the car shows you what kind of people they are. We are also excited to welcome David Stremme to the team and his past involvement with like-minded charities completed the perfect match for us. We look forward to a strong showing on Sunday in Martinsville and showing the Mace folks what NASCAR is all about."