Mikel Hartman, Senior VP, Client Services, Tim Bampton, Senior VP, Marketing Communications, and their team members will highlight global current events in sponsorship, how both sides are creating value, and trends they see for the future.
JMI’s seminar takes place from 8–9 a.m. on Friday, December 12, at the Indiana Convention Center.
Tony Parella of SVRA, JR Mitchell of GMT Racing, and Chuck Cornelison of VDS Racing Engines will discuss the state of historic race car competition and how to get involved in this burgeoning segment.
Leading figures in vintage racing will be featured panelists in a special seminar on December 12.
After finishing among the top five in the championship standings each of the last three seasons, Pagenaud has established himself as one of the top drivers competing in the Verizon IndyCar Series.
The 30-year-old Pagenaud is a four-time race winner in the Verizon IndyCar Series.
To ensure a continued level of exceptional customer support, Hewland Engineering Ltd has recently hired several new staff across the company.
Hewland's additions include a new Technical Director.
The grand jury has determined there is no basis for the filing of any criminal charges involving the tragic accident of Kevin Ward Jr. on August 9 at Canandaigua (New York) Motorsports Park.
“This has been the toughest and most emotional experience of my life," Stewart said.
Highlighted in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series changes for 2015 are nearly 60 enhancements, including adjustments to the power train, aerodynamics and chassis that are designed to work in concert to deliver drivers more flexibility and teams more adjustability.
Additionally, group qualifying will be utilized for the first time for the Daytona 500.
Fuelab, has recently relocated to a new facility in Collinsville, Illinois. The new corporate headquarters is approximately 42 miles from its previous location in Litchfield, IL.
The new location means increased parts production and room for growth.
For the program’s initial phase, SEMA imported a Toyota Hilux, Ford Ranger T6, Mitsubishi L200 and a UAZ Hunter, none of which are sold in the US but have strong followings in other countries.
SEMA has been awarded part of a $2.2M federal grant.
Chris McMahan will take over duties as Division Director for IHRA's southeastern region, overseeing track relations and serving as race director in IHRA's Division 2. He will also work directly with IRG's extensive network of member tracks.
The new fence will be installed by Smith Fence, a Florida-based contractor that has performed similar installations at other facilities on the NASCAR circuit. The project will incorporate the most up-to-date technologies and stand at 21-feet tall, up from its current 15-feet.
The list of winners of this event shows it to be a truly "national" contest. That first race in 1963 was won by a guy named Gordon Johncock, who went on to win the Indy 500 twice. Since then, a who's who of sprint car racing has visited victory lane.
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