Press Release Buckles up for Ride With Mb Motorsports in the Nascar Craftsman Truck Series

April 26, 2005 - Roswell, GA - Ownersite Technologies, the premier provider of online vehicle maintenance tracking and safety solutions, is proud to announce a joint promotional agreement with the highly regarded #63 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series team MB Motorsports and driver Justin Allgaier, making his NASCAR debut this weekend at Gateway International Raceway.

In support of the relationship, Ownersite Technologies has established and will actively promote a fanoriented team site through its web property in exchange for prominent positioning of the logo on the #63 truck throughout the 2005 season.

"We are very excited to be working with the MB Motorsports team and Justin. MB Motorsports has a proven tradition of recruiting young driving talent like Rusty Wallace, Carl Edwards and Jamie McMurray and developing them into NASCAR champions. We are looking forward to celebrating the team's success this season," said Steve Eppinger, President and CEO of Ownersite Technologies. "Our presence on the #63 truck will provide tremendous exposure for to our target audience of vehicle enthusiasts, and we welcome the opportunity to provide fans of #63 with a dedicated place to go for the latest photos, personal messages from Justin, and regular team updates through our affiliated site"

"It is great to have the support of Ownersite Technologies on board with the team this season," said Mike Mittler, MB Motorsports owner and crew chief. "We are all looking forward to Justin's debut this weekend and appreciate the efforts Ownersite has made to keep fans informed of our progress this year."

"I am pleased that Ownersite Technologies has partnered with MB Motorsports for our NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series efforts," stated Justin Allgaier, the 18-year-old driver of the Mittler Brothers' #63 Ford F-150. "As a tech and auto enthusiast, it's great to have a sponsor onboard that shares the same passions. Steve created a great resource for everyone from individuals to fleets with and their affiliate - it utilizes the latest cutting-edge technology but is still easy to use. I also appreciate the hard work that they have put into the racing portal for our fans. Both sites are bookmarked on my computer to check out some more when I'm not racing."

Launched in 2001 and named an "Incredibly Useful Site" by Yahoo! Internet Life, is a webbased suite of tools and content geared toward enhancing the vehicle ownership experience. provides members with comprehensive vehicle expense & maintenance tracking, preventive maintenance reminders, and recall alerts. In addition, provides access to educational and "how to" content from the Car Care Council on the importance of preventive maintenance. The site can be found at

The #63 fan site can be found on's sister property, Founded in 1996, F150online is the largest Internet community for owners of 1997 to present Ford F150's and its variants. F150online draws nearly a quarter of a million visitors each month. The Team #63 fan site, which will promoted throughout the site, will feature photo galleries, a message board, news and a team blog. F150online and the #63 fan site can be found at


Ownersite Technologies is a privately-held technology based company in the Atlanta suburb of Roswell, GA. Founded in 2000, Ownersite Technologies develops and markets software and CRM oriented tools for Consumers, Credit Unions, Financial Service Providers, Automotive Service Providers, Fleet Managers and Auto Enthusiast Publications. Ownersite Technologies can be found online at