J & M Speed Center has held the car show every year since Mr. Braybrooks’ passing in 2008. It has helped to carry on his legacy while raising funds to support the Southern California Hospice Foundation and Companion Hospice.
This event takes place on Sunday, May 18, from 7 a.m.–3 p.m.
In addition to being named the Official Bearing of the IHRA, Clevite will also present a special award at IHRA Nitro Jam Drag Racing Series events run in conjunction with the Summit Racing Equipment Pro-Am Tour presented by AMSOIL.
The Clevite Bonus Program will be awarded at events in April, June and July.
Karen Bewley comes to Melling/Dura-Bond from Nickson Industries where she served as the Regional Manager since 2010. She was educated in Edinburgh, Scotland. Karen will report to Bill McCleskey—Melling Western Regional Manager.
Bewley's vast automotive experience will be very valuable to our customer base.
As Senior Vice President, Craig A. Neeb will continue to be responsible for leading ISC's strategic business development opportunities while providing project guidance to the DAYTONA Rising and ONE DAYTONA initiatives.
International Speedway Corporation is a promoter of motorsports activities.
The 2.8-liter twin-turbo, direct injection, production-based Honda HR28TT V6 powerplant now includes a regulation compliant drive-by-wire throttle system and fresh air valve system, eliminating turbo lag and providing improved reliability and performance.
The ARX-04b sports car is fully compliant with the new ACO LMP2 regulations.
Prior to joining Daytona International Speedway, Strahan for the past 10 years has served as a Senior Account Manager and Account Executive at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Strahan is a graduate of Ball State University.
Leading the field to the green at this weekend’s TUDOR race at Long Beach will be the new EcoBoost-Powered Ford Taurus SHO. This new pace car signifies the beginning of a three-year agreement between Ford and the IMSA.
Ford EcoBoost engines are the power of choice of Chip Ganassi Racing.
The day will include opportunities for autograph sessions, tech talks, driver meet and greets, VIP hot laps and garage tours, and feature a special Military Hospitality Area.
The Peninsula’s love affair with world-class racing dates to the Pebble Beach Road Races in 1950.
After 12 years as Northern Region Membership Development Manager for the Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association, Grahame McCraw (left) has announced that he is retiring from the industry in August this year, and Mark Walker (right) will take over.
The schedule includes 28 events for NASCAR’s touring series, including previously aired races from Bristol Motor Speedway, Greenville Pickens Speedway, and Irwindale Speedway. The popular annual Whelen Modified/Southern Modified Tour is on the slate.
Honda Performance Development together with Wirth Research announced the joint appointment of David Dupont to the position across the two businesses. The new position reinforces the companies’ commitment to the global endurance racing market.
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