Car owners can give their motor a fresh look for 2011 with a scratch-removing product, according to the driver of one of the rally cars at the Daytona 500.
Greg Biffle, who drives the Number 16 Ford Fusion in the event, said: "You can give your car a fresh new look for 2011, too, without the expense of an entire paint job," Paddock Talk reports.
And such comments were made with reference to a car that can hurtle round a dirt track and pick up significant scratches and dents as it bumps, scrapes and occasionally crashes spectacularly in a race.
Last month Turtle Wax launched its own scratch repair kit, which has four component parts designed to deal with marks of differing severity.
Posted by Anne Simpson