McCrum is a retired member of the United States Army, where he spent 21 years servicing, repairing and maintaining a large variety of wheeled, material handling, and power generation equipment.
McCrum comes with 11 years of automotive aftermarket experience from Mahle Aftermarket Inc.
Both International Speedway Corp. and Speedway Motorsports Inc. are pursuing a series of safety initiatives in response to the incident that injured NASCAR competitor Kyle Busch at Daytona International Speedway earlier this year.
Kyle Busch suffered a broken lower right leg as well as a broken left foot in the crash.
The $100,000 Summit Racing Equipment Tournament of Champions presented by AMSOIL debuted in 2009 and determines the champions in each of the premier sportsman classes in IHRA competition.
Summit Racing Equipment Tournament of Champions presented by AMSOIL is during the World Finals.
Hart most recently served as director of communications for the International Motor Sports Association (IMSA) that runs the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship series.
Hart previously held management positions with Sonoma Raceway, the NHRA and the Cotter Group.
Elliott Forbes-Robinson, Todd Snyder and Terry Dale will serve as race directors for the five International Motor Sports Association (IMSA) series for the 2015 season.
All three race directors will work with senior IMSA officials.
Five members selected from a group of 20 nominees will be inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame next January. New to the list this year are Ray Evernham, Harry Hyde, Alan Kulwicki, Mark Martin, and Hershel McGriff.
Mark Martin was one of five competitors added to the list of 20 nominees.
“Extending our partnership with VP Racing Fuels is an easy decision,” said Brian Carter, World of Outlaws CEO. “Not only does VP have excellent products for our competitors, but their promotion of short track racing and attention to detail is second to none."
VP will continue as the “Official Fuel” for each series and provide trackside fuel service.
This year’s program is highlighted by the renewal of longtime sponsors and the addition of a new brand to the stable of participating contingency partners.
There's a diverse lineup of 2015 NASCAR Contingency Program sponsors for all three national series.
Each event will consist of two separate races, one on Saturday and one on Sunday. On both days champions will be crowned in Top Eliminator, Modified and Jr. Dragster categories with winners earning $5000, $1000 and $200, respectively.
Sponsored locally by Southern Ohio Equipment Company of Frankfort, the inaugural Ohio Thunder IMCA Eagle Motorsports RaceSaver Sprint Series is the first RaceSaver series in Ohio. The series director expects to start the series with 10–15 cars.
The new class, sponsored by NEK Trophy, will utilize the same rules used in the track’s Portland Glass Mini Stock division and will offer supervised safety and driving instructions and real on-track racing experience for drivers aged 10-14.
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