The NASCAR Whelen Euro Series will hold six race weekends involving seven European countries, highlighted by the addition of Raceway Venray, a half-mile oval in Venray, Limburg, Holland, on the border of Germany.
The series will also feature a new championship round site: Circuit Zolder in Belgium.
Program hours for 2014 were set to make it easy for attendees to participate in the education sessions without major travel adjustments or additional costs.
Details and a complete schedule are available online at www.pri2014.com, under the Events tab.
Attendees will learn how Dickens manages his 6000-square-foot shop, how he promotes the business, how he’s cultivated partnerships and business opportunities, and much more.
The seminar will feature an interview-style presentation with Dickens and PRI Editor Dan Schechner.
The president of Motorsports Management International stands among a lineup of distinguished industry leaders scheduled to take the stage at the daylong event presented by National Speedway Directory.
The daylong event organized by NSD takes place December 10, at the Indiana Convention Center.
Trade Show News
‘New’ is a powerful word in racing, and it’s key on the PRI Trade Show exhibit floor, as first-time exhibitors unveil new speed secrets.
Throngs of buyers filled the aisles at last year's PRI Trade Show.
His extensive product and application knowledge covers the full range of automotive aftermarket segments, from street rods and hot rods to vintage and modern muscle, lowriders, drag racing and even circle track racing.
Kass has been an integral part of QA1’s success to many of QA1’s dealers and end users.
The UNOH All Stars will no longer utilize the “region” point fund and will go back to crowning one national champion. Also, the series will incorporate “tow money” to the teams who follow the tour all season.
The series has revamped it’s point fund for 2015.
IMSA adds motorsports veterans Simon Hodgson and Beaux Barfield to key leadership positions while establishing key new roles for existing IMSA competition officials Scot Elkins, Paul Walter and Mark Raffauf.
IMSA and GRAND-AM competition leader Mark Raffauf has been named IMSA Director, Series Platforms.
Ticen brings to his new position 10 years of sales, marketing and R&D experience in the race fuel industry. He’s been involved with all aspects of motorsports from drag racing, circle track and off road to supercross and motocross.
The Wilsonville, Oregon-based non-profit, interactive motorsports museum, will open its doors to the public on Friday, April 24, 2015. The museum’s mission will support education and entertainment through the celebration and preservation of American motorsports.
Per the FIA, messages that are now banned across both radio and pit board include information on a competitor’s sector times, the level of fuel saving needed, coded messages, and the answering of a direct technical question from drivers.
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