Morris-Shea Bridge Company will partner with Kaulig Racing and Justin Haley for Sunday’s NASCAR Cup Series event at Talladega Superspeedway, the organization announced on Monday.
Based in Alabama, Morris-Shea Bridge Company is a leading deep foundation contractor that installs deep foundation systems for critical commercial and infrastructure projects throughout the United States, the Caribbean, and South America.
“I am incredibly proud to sponsor the Kaulig Racing No. 31 cup car with Justin Haley, at our home track here in Talladega,” said Richard Shea, CEO of Morris-Shea Bridge Co. “Our partnership signifies a shared commitment to excellence, performance, and dedication. It is an honor to support a team that embodies hard work and passion. We look forward to an exhilarating race and wish Justin and the entire Kaulig Racing team the best of luck on the track.”
With three finishes inside the top-15 in the NASCAR Cup Series at Talladega Superspeedway, Haley is looking to bring the superspeedway magic to Sunday’s Yellawood 500, the same magic that scored him a pair of victories in the Xfinity Series at the 2.66-mile facility.
“We are so pumped to welcome Morris-Shea to the Kaulig Racing family,” said team president, Chris Rice. “We always bring fast cars to superspeedways, and Justin Haley is the perfect guy to represent Morris-Shea at its home track of Talladega Superspeedway.”
In his second full season of NASCAR Cup Series competition for Kaulig Racing, Haley currently sits 24th in series points standing, on the strength of a single top-five result, and a career-high five top-10 finishes.
Earlier this season, AJ Allmendinger – Haley’s teammate at Kaulig Racing – scored a top-10 result in the season-opening Daytona 500, while both drivers finished inside the top-10 at Atlanta in July, a track with similar characteristics to Talladega.
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