In honor of 50 years of Baja Racing on the road to Mike’s Sky Rancho, Stadium SUPER Trucks has partnered with the Ranch to invite all off-road vehicles—of the two, three or four wheeled varieties—to compete in this challenging hill climb competition.
The four-day event will run October 13–16, 2016, with a range of classes.
The initial steps of the Garage Access Program project debuted during 2016 Daytona Speedweeks when NASCAR’s in-house credentialing and registration operations merged to form The Guest Fulfillment Center.
Lixar is a technology company driven by mobile and data science innovation.
This commitment to RPM limits constitutes a three-year agreement, and any uniform limit modifications will be determined through ongoing data analysis obtained through actual on-track racing.
The new rule to unify engine platform-specific RPM limits in all sanctioned races takes effect May 29.
Joie Chitwood III moves into the newly-formed role of COO following oversight of the company’s largest development to-date—the $400 million transformation of Daytona International Speedway into the world’s first motorsports stadium, along with the 2010 repave of the Speedway.
Chip Wile, president of Darlington Raceway, has been promoted to president of DIS.
With record buyer attendance last year, there's little wonder that a high percentage of PRI Show exhibitors are turning in exhibit contracts and deposits for the 2016 event.
Buyers are sure to experience a broad spectrum of manufacturers bringing new product lines.
The MSHFA, which has moved to Daytona Beach from Novi, Michigan, will be housed in the speedway’s expansive ticket and tours facility that greets thousands of motorsports fans each year at the “World Center of Racing.”
The first phase of construction and development is expected to be completed by June.
Phillips, who joins Race Director Chip Robinson and Operations Manager Casey Carden on the F4 U.S. Championship team, has three decades of motorsports experience.
Phillips is the former IndyCar VP of Technology.
Announced on Monday, for the first time, NASCAR Race to Green will feature a week-long spotlight series on NASCAR.com/green highlighting the sustainability efforts of partners that work closely with NASCAR year-round to help protect the environment.
The week-long initiative will culminate with Sunday’s Toyota Owners 400.
The Malaysian company will be able to provide Porsche-trained mechanics and the full and comprehensive technical support to all Porsche teams and drivers competing in the series.
Colmar Belting Company is a regional distributor focused primarily on power transmission and belting sales and service with offerings that include material handling related products such as conveyor belting, idlers and pulleys, plus much more.
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