- Category: Road Atlanta
- Published: Friday, March 04 2016 09:00
BRASELTON, Ga. (March 4, 2016) - Road Atlanta is proud to announce a new multi-year partnership with DEKRA North America as Official Partner of the road racing circuit in north Georgia.
DEKRA is one of the world's leading expert organizations, offering innovative professional services in the fields of vehicle inspection, expert appraisals, industrial product testing and certifications, management system certifications and much more. DEKRA has a strong 90-year history and has over 36,000 employees in 50 countries around the globe. DEKRA strives to be the first choice for new and existing global regulatory, environmental, governmental and safety demands.
"DEKRA has been a part of the IMSA family for just a short time but has already made such a big impact in the series," said Road Atlanta's president and general manager, Geoff Lee. "It's wonderful to have DEKRA also join Road Atlanta's family of partners, as it is such a global company with innovation at the forefront of their business. We're delighted to partner with DEKRA to help expand their reach and their establishment in our sport."
DEKRA will have a strong presence at Road Atlanta, as guests to the facility can expect to see DEKRA billboards and signage, as well as displays during Petit Le Mans, September 28th through October 1st.
"DEKRA North America is excited to join the Road Atlanta family," echoed Donald O. Nicholson, president and CEO of DEKRA North America. "DEKRA has a long-standing commitment to inspecting race cars for technical requirements and safety. Atlanta is the home of our headquarters for North America and we are proud to call Road Atlanta our home track! With over 26 Emission and Safety Inspections stations in Georgia, DEKRA North America continues its commitment to safety on the road, at work and at home."
DEKRA provides emissions and safety inspections to vehicle owners throughout North America including California, Georgia, North Carolina, Utah and Texas. Globally, DEKRA performs over 22 million vehicle inspection each year.