Brownsburg-based Bald Spot Sports is partnering with Dorel Juvenile in Columbus on a new child safety seat featuring the logo of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Bald Spot Sports primarily focuses on custom seats for INDYCAR, NASCAR and NHRA drivers. November 25, 2014

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Bald Spot Sports, makers of customized professional race car seats, introduces an exclusive Indianapolis Motor Speedway line of child car seats.

Bald Spot Sports (“BSS”) is known nationwide within the professional racing industry for their patented race car seat technology. Custom made to order for IndyCar, NASCAR and NHRA drivers, these seats have been proven to keep drivers safe in even the most horrific crashes.

Because of their long-standing association with the Indianapolis Motor Speedway (“IMS”) and their reputation for the safest race car seats in the industry, IMS was proud to lend its logo and stamp of approval on this line of child car seats.

BSS has a partnership with Dorel Juvenile, a major manufacturer of child car seats, to implement their patented technology into certain car seat models. “We are excited to be able to bring our technology to this industry,” says Cameron Cobb, Co-Founder of Bald Spot Sports. “The thought of playing a role in protecting children every day is a project we take very seriously.”

Shown here with the official IMS Wing, Wheel and Flag logo is the Dorel manufactured Maxi-Cosi Pria 70 & 85 seat, suitable for children weighing 9-40 pounds when used in the rear-facing position, and 22-70 pounds when used in the forward-facing position. It's FlexTech system allows for multi-directional energy management, and the seat includes revolutionary side impact protection. The Wing, Wheel and Flag logo may also be placed on the Maxi-Cosi Pria 85, suitable for children weighing 14-40 pounds when used in the rear-facing position, and 22-85 pounds when used in the forward-facing position. These highly rated seats, which retail for $299.95 & $349.95 may be pre-ordered by contacting BSS.

Source: Bald Spot Sports

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