Contact Information

  • Richard Childress Racing
    425 Industrial Drive
    Welcome, NC 27374

Business Development

  • Perry Gathings
  • 336.395.3333

Primary Capabilities

  • CNC Machining
  • Fabrication
  • Assembly
  • Composites
  • Engineering

Vital Information

  • ITAR Registered
  • DLA Registered
  • CAGE Code: 6UUS3

NASCAR Legend. Vertical Manufacturer.

Richard Childress Racing is not only a leader in racing but a leading supplier of design-and-build and build-to-print services. With capabilities that range from engineering and design, 9-axis CNC machining to sheet metal fabrication, RCR provides state-of-the-art vertical solutions to the automotive, aerospace, military and industrial sectors.

When working with companies outside of motorsports, the idea is simple: take Richard Childress Racing’s knowledge and ability from motorsports and apply them to building parts and components for others. Our capabilities are vast, but our focus is narrow: to produce the highest quality products to meet your needs.

Bringing the Speed and Precision of NASCAR to Other Industries

While there may be shops with parts of the Richard Childress Racing’s capability set very few that have them all under one roof, even fewer have the experience and culture of RCR. We bring the speed and precision of the NASCAR supply chain to other industries, including the aerospace, defense, and other high-tech sectors.

We can design, reverse engineer, prototype, and manufacture at volume a wide range of components across a variety of materials. Our vertical process allows us to maintain the quality, consistency, durability, and repeatability through the entire project life cycle.

Who We Are

Established in 1969 as a NASCAR race team, Richard Childress Racing (RCR) is one of the largest and most storied organizations in the sport. RCR has accumulated a total of 17 championships and more than 200 victories across NASCAR’s top three series, including three Daytona 500 wins, and three Brickyard 400 victories.

The journey to Victory Lane is not easy, nor is it just a weekend effort. Success is found during the work week in a perpetual cycle of design improvement, engineering effort, and quick response manufacturing.

Daytona 500 Wins
Brickyard 400 Wins
Richard Childress Racing #3 Race Car