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AutoRemotes.ca Joins AIM Autosport at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park

TORONTO, ONTARIO -- (Marketwired) -- 07/08/14 -- Editors Note: There is a photo associated with this Press Release.

Ahead of this weekend's Mobil 1 Sportscar Grand Prix at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park, AIM Autosport is proud to welcome AutoRemotes.ca to their team and to the no. 555 AIM Autosport Ferrari 458 Italia.

Autoremotes.ca, a supplier of OEM Keyless entry remotes, will be featured on the no. 555. AIM Autosport Ferrari 458 Italia which currently leads the TUDOR Championship's GT-Daytona class. The car, which is based heavily on the Ferrari 458 Italia consumer vehicle, produces over 550 hp and can achieve in excess of 190mph.

Drivers Bill Sweedler and Townsend Bell were victorious at the season-opening Rolex 24 at Daytona and finished second at the previous race at Watkins Glen International. Those results are what have enabled them to lead the drivers' championship and AIM Autosport to lead the team championship.

"I am really excited to join my friends at AIM Autosport, a team with a proven pedigree of winning, at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park this weekend," said Stavros Zissopoulos, president of AutoRemotes.ca. "It's a very exciting time as they are leading the GT-Daytona championship thanks to strong driving and outstanding teamwork, and we are proud to join with such a great organization that also has Canadian roots."

Based in Toronto, this weekend's race at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park serves as a home event for the management and crew of AIM Autosport.

"We are really thrilled to have AutoRemotes.ca on board with us this weekend," said Ian Willis, team manager of AIM Autosport. "This is our home event, and we are thrilled to compete in front of our family and friends, and to welcome a great Canadian company like AutoRemotes.ca to our organization on this weekend. We look forward to seeing AutoRemotes.ca on our Ferrari in victory lane!"

The Mobil 1 Sportscar Grand Prix will be shown live on Sunday, July 13 at 2:00 PM ET on FOX Sports 1.

About AutoRemotes.ca

AutoRemotes.ca was founded on the idea of making OEM Keyless entry remotes easily accessible. We specialize in distributing genuine factory automotive keyless entry remotes and transponder keys. With a large network of partners spread across the country, we can provide the product and technical support for all of your automotive security needs. Visit AutoRemotes.ca.

About AIM Autosport

Established in 1995, AIM Autosport is a Canadian sports team operating multi-car teams in professional sportscar racing. AIM's success has been achieved through the dedication of its employees and the continuous support of the team's commercial and technical partners. Away from the track, AIM Autosport serves the needs of the racing community with a purpose-built preparation shop situated in the Toronto suburb of Woodbridge, Ontario. For more information visit www.aimautosport.com or follow us on facebook www.facebook.com/AIMautosport and twitter @aimautosport.

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