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Kentucky Speedway Kentucky Speedway
Located in Sparta, Kentucky, and constructed on 1,000 acres of land, Kentucky Speedway showcases the best in stock car racing on its 1.5-mile tri-oval. The track has 14-degree banking in the turns, a 1,600-foot backstretch that is 57-feet wide and includes a 12-foot apron. The facility also features a paved quarter-mile track. This season's "Quaker State 400" anchors the NASCAR tripleheader weekend that opens Thursday, June 28 with the Camping World Truck Series "UNOH 225" and continues Friday, June 29 with the Nationwide Series "Feed The Children 300."
National Hot Rod Association National Hot Rod Association
Headquartered in Glendora, Calif., NHRA is the primary sanctioning body for the sport of drag racing in the United States. NHRA presents 24 national events featuring the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series, NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series and NHRA Pro Mod Drag Racing Series. NHRA provides competition opportunities for drivers of all levels in the NHRA Summit Racing Series and the NHRA Drags: Street Legal Style presented by AAA. NHRA also offers the Summit Racing Jr. Drag Racing League for youth ages 8 to 17. In addition, NHRA owns and operates five racing facilities: Atlanta Dragway in Georgia; Auto-Plus Raceway at Gainesville in Florida; National Trail Raceway in Ohio; Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis; and Auto Club Raceway at Pomona in Southern California. For more information, log on to NHRA.com, or visit the official NHRA pages on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.
Charlotte Motor Speedway Charlotte Motor Speedway
For over 50 years, Charlotte Motor Speedway has set the standard for motorsports entertainment and evolved into "The Greatest Place to See the Race". Nestled in the heart of NASCAR country, Charlotte Motor Speedway is the only race vacation destination where fans can immerse themselves in the sport by visiting area race team shops and touring the NASCAR Hall of Fame before attending a race at the legendary 1.5 mile superspeedway. Generating a regional economic impact of approximately $400 million annually, the speedway hosts three premiere NASCAR events each year - the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race, the Coca-Cola 600 and the Bank of America 500 - as well as more than three dozen other events for automotive and motorsports enthusiasts of all ages. Charlotte Motor Speedway's philosophy is to always put "Fans First" and create memories that last a lifetime for all that pass through the gates.
New Hampshire Motor Speedway New Hampshire Motor Speedway
Located on approximately 1,200 acres, the multi-use complex is the largest sports facility in New England and features a 1.058-mile oval speedway, with a total capacity for 105,491 spectators, and a 1.6-mile road course. The speedway hosts the only NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, NASCAR Nationwide Series and NASCAR Camping World Truck Series events held in the six-state New England region
Osage Casino Tulsa Raceway Park Osage Casino Tulsa Raceway Park
Tulsa Raceway Park is a 1/4 Mile NHRA Drag Racing Facility located in Tulsa, Oklahoma. In fact, TRP has been a popular testing ground for America’s top drag racing team for decades. But only recently has the track stepped back out onto the national stage with a breath of fresh life. And in that short time, Tulsa Raceway Park has gone from a beauty queen of the 1970s to a modern day Miss America contender. Today, Osage Casino Tulsa Raceway Park has grown into a true destination racetrack. The infamous Throwdown in T-Town has turned into one of the biggest non-sanctioned drag races in the country. The Midnight Drags continue to be a hit. And the last time the PDRA was in town, fans were piling in by the car-full through midnight.
24 Hours of Lemons 24 Hours of Lemons
The 24 Hours of Lemons is the world's first endurance-race series for cars that cost $500 or less. With its own YouTube channel and 10,000 participants spread across dozens of races at tracks coast-to-coast, no other event creates bigger, weirder, more hilariously irrational challenges than these weekend-long blowouts of door-to-door, bumper-to-bumper competition between cars that are due for the scrapheap. The 24 Hours of Lemons is restricted to cars that were purchased, fixed up, and track-prepped for a total of $500 or less. At most venues, the racing consists of tech inspection and track testing on Friday, endurance-race sessions on Saturday and Sunday, and breaks for sleeping, eating, and Band-Aid application every night.
Lucas Oil Speedway Lucas Oil Speedway
Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, Missouri is quickly becoming the Motorsports Hub of the Heartland - and for good reason. Its world-class family-friendly facility is host to the nation's most popular grass-roots racing series, featuring late models, modifieds, sprint cars, pro pulling, drag boats and now West Coast-style short course off-road racing! Add to that a central tower complex featuring the best food and refreshments, merchandise retailers and all-ages entertainment. Every seat puts you in the center of the racing action, and the fan-friendly pits let you meet your favorite drivers and teams and see their magnificent machines up close. For a weekend full of traditional American motorsports at its finest, you'll find no better destination than Lucas Oil Speedway - Fast, Family, Fun!
Las Vegas Motor Speedway Las Vegas Motor Speedway
LVMS is located on approximately 1,030 acres in Las Vegas, Nevada, and consists of a 1.5-mile, lighted, asphalt, quad-oval superspeedway, and several other on-site paved and dirt race tracks. These other race tracks include a 1/4-mile dragstrip, 1/8-mile dragstrip, 2.5-mile road course, 1/2-mile clay oval, 3/8-mile paved oval, motocross and other off-road race courses. LVMS also owns and operates a modern, stateof-the-art dragway, The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, which features permanent grandstand seating, luxury suites and extensive fan amenities. LVMS has significant club-style seating at its superspeedway, with convenient access to premium restaurantquality food and beverage service. LVMS also has one of the most modern and extensive infield media centers, garage and fan-zone entertainment facilities in motorsports, The Neon Garage. LVMS has permanent seating capacity of approximately 123,000, including 102 luxury suites.
Atlanta Motor Speedway Atlanta Motor Speedway
AMS is located on approximately 820 acres in Hampton, Georgia, approximately 30 miles south of downtown Atlanta. AMS is located in a top-ten media market, and has the long-standing reputation of offering fans some of the best on-track competition in NASCAR. AMS has a modern 1.54-mile, lighted, asphalt, 24-degree banked, quad-oval superspeedway, an on-site 2.5-mile road course and 46 condominiums overlooking the speedway. AMS has permanent seating capacity of approximately 71,000, including 93 luxury suites.
Texas Motor Speedway Texas Motor Speedway
TMS, located on approximately 1,490 acres in Fort Worth, Texas, is a 1.5-mile, lighted, banked, asphalt quad-oval superspeedway, with an infield 2.5-mile road course, a 4/10-mile, modern, lighted, dirt track facility and 76 condominiums overlooking turn two of the speedway. TMS is one of the largest sports facilities in the United States in terms of permanent seating capacity, and is located in a top-ten media market. TMS has one of the world’s largest high-definition video boards. Also, TMS has premium club-style seating areas in approximately 50 converted luxury suites, and some of the most modern and extensive infield media centers, garage and fan-zone entertainment facilities in motorsports, including an infield two-story, multi-purpose Victory Lane Broadcast Center facility for television and radio media broadcast coverage of our events. TMS has an executive office tower adjoining the main grandstand overlooking the speedway, featuring The Speedway Club at TMS which offers exclusive dining and entertainment, premium restaurant, catering and corporate meeting facilities and a health-fitness membership club. We operate the TMS facilities under a 30-year arrangement with the Fort Worth Sports Authority as further described in Note 2 to the Consolidated Financial Statements. TMS has permanent seating capacity of approximately 137,000, including 194 luxury suites.
Bristol Motor Speedway Bristol Motor Speedway
BMS is located on approximately 670 acres in Bristol, Tennessee and is a 0.533-mile, lighted, high-banked concrete oval speedway. BMS also owns and operates Thunder Valley, a 1/4-mile modern, lighted dragway, which features permanent grandstand seating, luxury suites and extensive fan amenities. We believe BMS is the most popular facility on the Sprint Cup circuit among race fans due to its steep banked turns, lighted nighttime races and outstanding stadium-like.
Arizona Sport Shirts Arizona Sport Shirts
Arizona Sport Shirts (Indianapolis, IN) was founded in 1974, and since that time, Arizona has had the best and most influential designs and shirts in the racing industry. The most famous and decorated drivers ever to turn a wheel have had shirts produced by the famed Arizona Sport Shirts. From top of the line designs and tee shirts, to a full embroidery department for caps and jackets, Arizona has been the leader producing the ‘Original Racing Shirt’ for 40 years and counting.
Syracuse Nationals Syracuse Nationals
The 15th Annual PPG Syracuse Nationals classic car show is one of the largest car shows of its kind in the country today. Over 7,800 cars, 86,000 people, and 400 vendors will converge on the beautiful New York State Fairgrounds this July 18-20, 2014. Every square foot of the 365 acre fairgrounds will be overflowing with cars, vendors, and activities for car enthusiasts and the whole family. You’ll see thousands upon thousands of the most beautiful and unique automobiles from all over the U.S. and Canada! The swap meet, car corral, women’s world, mini-nationals, live music, tech seminars, auto-cross, gasoline alley, and celebrity appearances are just a few of the things to do and see while you’re at the show! With plenty of hotels, great restaurants, and world class shopping close by, the PPG Syracuse Nationals is THE premier car show destination in the Northeast! Come celebrate Americas’ love affair with classic cars at the 15th Annual PPG Syracuse Nationals on July 18-20, 2014, in Syracuse, NY.
Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park
Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park (TSMP) is one of the oldest continuously operating racetracks in New England. Opened in 1940, its 5/8 mile paved oval features events including TSMP's four NASCAR divisions and the Whelen Modified Tour. The 1.7 mile road course at TSMP was recently reopened in 2014 and is the host to the annual Vintage Motorsports Festival. TSMP also has a 1/10 mile quarter midget track, a restaurant with catering and banquet facilities, and a first class golf course.
Seekonk Speedway Seekonk Speedway
Seekonk Speedway is a family owned 1/3 mile banked oval that has been operating since 1945. Seekonk is located between Boston and Providence and runs a full NASCAR season featuring 4 divisions between May and October. Pro Stocks, Street Stocks, late Models & Sport Trucks make up the 4 NASCAR divisions. the Speedway also features a “Fast Friday” with 17 races between June and October showcasing Pure Stocks, Legends, Sport 4’s and Seekonk Youth racing. Some of the biggest events at the track are the Sunday Thrill Shows featuring Spectator drags, enduros, figure 8 races, fireworks and monster trucks. Check out all the info and whats happening at www.seekonkspeedway.com
The International Motor Contest Association (IMCA), organized in 1915, is the oldest active automobile racing sanctioning body in the United States. J. Alex Sloan, a native of Pittsburgh, Pa., was instrumental in establishing IMCA and ran more races than all other promoters in the United States combined, all under the IMCA sanction. After Sloan’s death in 1937, his son John continued the IMCA tradition. Under his leadership, IMCA continued to grow and held its first Late Model race on November 9, 1947 in Lubbock, TX. In the late 1970′s Keith Knaack introduced the IMCA Modified division. Few knew then that Keith’s vision and innovation would result in the largest class of race cars in the country. Since exploding onto the racing scene in 1979, the Modifieds have become the calling card of IMCA. These open wheel wonders push the limits of power and excitement. With a one-tire rule and the well-known engine claim, the grandstand enthusiast can now afford to strap on the safety belts and have a realistic opportunity to compete and WIN feature events. IMCA’s other divisions incorporate these philosophies and are continuing to see excellent growth. IMCA will continue the mission of affordable, entertaining and competitive auto racing as a sanctioning body. We are committed to establishing and enforcing fair and consistent rules that will strengthen and promote the racing industry. Never resting on our laurels, IMCA is driven by past success to achieve future goals.
Motorsports Directory Motorsports Directory
Motorsports Directory is the next great generation of an online Motorsports Directory; and we’re not stopping at just F1. As a group of sportsman drag racer and family of NASCAR fans, we’re starting with just that. We are building what will be known as THE trusted source in Motorsports as all data will be 100% human verified annually. We are indexing the top 16 social media channels for featured categories such as Shops & Builders, Dynos & Tuners, Tools & Equipment, Trucks & Trailers, Race Teams, Drivers & Crew, Military Veterans and a Memorial. We have partnered with Hall of Fames to build their inductee’s profiles for the world to know their motorsports accomplishments, military service and social media tribute sites. From asphalt, hydro and sand dragstrips to flat track, motorcross, figure 8, road coarse and kart dirt oval. We're listing currently open and lost but not forgotten closed tracks in America, Canada and Australia for in 2017. Submit your race team, crew, sanctioning body, foundation or motorsports related Company today at MotorsportsDirectory.com/get-listed/
International Hot Rod Association International Hot Rod Association
Headquartered in West Palm Beach, Florida, the International Hot Rod Association (IHRA) is one of the world’s largest Motorsports sanctioning bodies. The IHRA promotes professional and sportsman drag racing for drivers of all levels. The IHRA sanctions nearly 100 motorsport facilities in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Bahamas and welcomes 80,000 racers annually to their IHRA-sanctioned facilities. The IHRA oversees multiple Sportsman racing programs including the Summit Racing Equipment SuperSeries and the Sportsman Spectacular. For more information, visit IHRA.com or visit IHRA on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Palm Beach International Raceway Palm Beach International Raceway
Palm Beach International Raceway (PBIR) is an acclaimed motorsports and entertainment facility located in Jupiter, Florida. The venue features a 2.2-mile road course, a 0.8-mile World Karting Association sanctioned kart track, an all-concrete 1/4-mile drag strip sanctioned by the International Hot Rod Association (IHRA) and resident driving school Bertil Roos Racing School. The state-of-the-art facility hosts events year-round including sportsman and professional drag racing, driving schools, endurance races, autocross, car shows, concerts, corporate events and much more. PBIR is also home to the Palm Beach Driving Club (PBDC), the pre-eminent members only club for automotive enthusiasts in the United States. For more information on PBIR, visit RacePBIR.com or connect on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @RacePBIR.
Memphis International Raceway Memphis International Raceway
Memphis International Raceway (MIR) is the Mid-South’s premier racing destination for racers and spectators alike. It is located minutes outside of Memphis in Millington, Tenn., and includes a 1/4-mile drag strip sanctioned by the International Hot Rod Association, a 1.8-mile road course and a NASCAR 3/4-mile paved tri-oval. Prestigious events such as the original Super Chevy Show, Red Bull Global RallyCross, NASCAR races and the IHRA Summit World Finals take place at the facility. For more information on MIR, visit raceMIR.com or connect on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @RaceMIR.
Maryland International Raceway Maryland International Raceway
Maryland International Raceway (MDIR) is the premiere motorsports facility in the Washington-Baltimore region and features over 100 events annually. The facility opened in 1966 and features a 1/4-mile drag strip with nonstop action from March until November. Annual events include professional and sportsman drag racing, car shows, athletic competitions, and a wide variety of other special events. MDIR is sanctioned by the International Hot Rod Association (IHRA) and hosts multiple races for the International Drag Bike League (IDBL). For more information on MDIR, visit www.RaceMDIR.com or connect on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @RaceMDIR.
The Outlaw Truck and Tractor Pulling Association The Outlaw Truck and Tractor Pulling Association
The Outlaw Truck and Tractor Pulling Association(OTTPA) was formed in Springfield, Missouri, in 1982. OTTPA is the premier pulling association in the Midwest sanctioning over 65 sessions of pulling in 50 cities and towns from Texas to South Dakota. With 14 classes offered and 250 plus competiting vehicles, OTTPA offers the best in truck and tractor pulling to promoters in the Midwest. The 350 OTTPA competitors from 17 different states are competing for over $1.7 million in prize money on the OTTPA "Thunder In The Dirt Summer Tour". OTTPA has become the choice of the promoters in the Midwest for its fast and exciting events. In 2012 OTTPA purchased a 12 x 16 ft. big scree to enhance OTTPA's events and showcase sponsors. It does instant replays, slow motion, puller profiles and a leader board. This has only increased the entertainment value of the OTTPA events. On October 3, 2014, OTTPA started a 30 minute weekly show on Velocity Channel that aired every Friday at 2:30 P.M. central time for the remainder of 2014. Starting in July of 2015, OTTPA has a 30 minute weekly show on NBC Sports, airing for 9 months, starting again in Fall of 2016. OTTPA is dedicated to bringing the most heart pounding, fast paced and exciting show possible. OTTPA is the most powerful sport in the Motorsports Industry and is continuing to grow in events and audience annually.
North American Trailer Dealers Association North American Trailer Dealers Association
The NATDA Trade Show & Convention caters specifically to the trailer dealers (not open to the public) of the industry. Their annual trade show continues to grow every year and is the perfect opportunity for dealers to network with industry professional where they will be able to buy, sell, learn and network all under one roof. All segments of the trailer industry are represented, including: cargo, race car, horse, marine, dump, flatbed and toy hauler markets. Dealers, trailer manufacturers, product/service vendors, financial institutions and insurance companies all come together at one show with the sole purpose of conducting business. In recent years, NATDA has experienced significant growth from markets related to the trailer industry, such as truck accessories and RV’s. This year's show will be held September 6-8 in Indianapolis, IN at the Indiana Convention Center.
Myrtle Beach Speedway Myrtle Beach Speedway
The Myrtle Beach Speedway, originally named Rambi Raceway, was built in 1958 and is located 455 Hospitality Lane, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. The speedway is a semi-banked asphalt oval track that is 0.538 mile in length.The NASCAR Cup series competed at the Speedway from 1958 through 1965. The NASCAR Busch Series (now the Xfinity Series) raced at Myrtle Beach Speedway from 1988 to 2000. Currently the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series race on Saturday nights from February through November. The track also runs other racing classes including Late Model Charger, Super Trucks and Mini Stocks. The speedway is home of the Myrtle Beach 400, IceBreaker 200, Whelen Modified Tour, NASCAR Racing Experience, Horry County Fair, Monster Jam, CARS Tour and NOPI Nationals.
Washington DC Region Sports Car Club of America Washington DC Region Sports Car Club of America
The Sports Car Club of America is one of the country's largest amateur and professional motor sports organizations. Activities range from racing and rallying to socializing. The Washington D.C. Region (WDCR) was the first region to join the SCCA, back in 1948. We hosted the earliest races at Andrews Air Force base, the old Marlboro circuit in suburban Maryland, and presently Summit Point. The Region currently sanctions the Mid-Atlantic Road Racing Series (MARRS), one of the most popular regional amateur racing series in the country, one of the largest Solo programs in the country, RallyCross, and Time Trial events. The WDCR is 2,000+ members strong, making it one of the largest regions in the country. Drawing from the District of Columbia and Maryland, plus large portions of Virginia and West Virginia, our membership is diverse in interests and background.
Mid-West Pro Mod Series Mid-West Pro Mod Series
The Mid-West Pro Mod Series was founded by racers - Jeff Pierce, Billy Stocklin, Todd Martin, Jim Sakuvich, Keith Haney, Wes Buck and Dewayne Mills – as a way to promote Pro Mod racing in the center of the United States. The series has many unique features, namely the combining of all types of engines into one Pro Mod class. Three additional classes will be run under the Mid-West Pro Mod Series umbrella: Radial vs. The World. MX235 and X275.
Tucson Dragway Tucson Dragway
Just a few minutes south of Interstate 10, located on the Pima County Fair Grounds, Tucson Dragway is one of the nation’s most active drag racing facilities. Having offered a full and dynamic schedule with nearly 100 events in 2016, Tucson Dragway is excited about continuing its success in 2017 and beyond. Tucson Dragway is proud to be a part of the NHRA Member Track Network and holds events such as The Tucson Dragway Reunion, Import Face-Off, Friday Night Drags, Street Car Rally Nights, Midnight Drags, The Summit Super Series, and Jr. Drag Racing featuring tomorrow’s drag racing stars.
Midvale Speedway Midvale Speedway
Midvale Speedway opened in 1953. Midvale is a 3/10th Mile paved ovel, featuring 5 weekly division week in and week out. Over the past 7 years, Midvale has seen numerous updates from the Grandstands, Ticket Booth, Restroom, and even the Concession stand. Midvale is located at 3825 W State St. Midvale, OH, 44653
SEMA offers its 6,600+ member companies a variety of business tools and resources to help their business succeed and prosper. Whether you are a manufacturer, retailer, jobber, distributor, rep or installer, SEMA is here to help you make smarter business decisions; be more strategic and targeted with your promotions; save money through group purchases, and network with key businesses and leaders in the industry.
Frantic Ford Frantic Ford
Check out the Frantic Ford Nostalgia Nitro Funny Car / 1969 Ford Mach 1 Mustang tribute with long standing history of the Frantic Ford team since 1969 running from the West to East tracks setting records along the way. Currently with Rocky Pirrone at the helm of this 3000 horsepower machine. www.franticford.com
Super Camaro Super Camaro
The Return of the Super Camaro Funny Car. The original Super Camaro came out of a partnership between Ray Gallagher and Perry Wyatt from the Detroit area in 1969. With the help of Al Liebmann & Rocky Pirrone it has returned to go head to head with the Frantic Ford in match race trim www.thesupercamaro.com
Cordova International Raceway Cordova International Raceway
Cordova International Raceway (CIR) is home of the 64th annual World Series of Drag Racing, the world’s longest continually running drag racing event. Located in the Quad Cities region of Illinois and Iowa, the 190-acre facility features a 1/4-mile drag racing strip sanctioned by the International Hot Rod Association. Weekend drag racing events are held all summer. Specialty events beyond the World Series of Drag Racing include the original Super Chevy Show, the School's Out Junior Nationals and the 39th annual AMC Nationals. For more information on CIR, visit www.racecir.com or connect on Facebook @RaceCordova.
Dead Mans Curve Dead Mans Curve
Dead Mans Curve Wild Weekend 7 is one of the Largest old car events on the East Coast. With over 2000 cars 1972 and older and 15,000 plus spectators. This event has become the one to attend! There is " THUNDER ALLEY" with over 15 Nostalgia Funny Cars, Dragsters and a Jet Car. And yes we fire them up Thru out the weekend. We also have Pinstripers from all over the Country, Vendors, and a swap meet area. The BIG hit though is the celebrities that attend our event! This year so far, Butch Patrick AKA "EDDIE MUNSTER", Horny Mike from Counting Cars, Gene Winfield famed car builder, Rick Dore custom car builder, and New Jersey's own Rob Ida car builder will be in attendance with more to come. Don't forget our " KAVALCADE OF KUSTOMS" in the main ballroom, where you can get an autograph and see some of the finest TV cars from your childhood! Don't forget Sundays "FOOD TRUCK FESTIVAL" and 25 Bands all weekend long... See ya there. Follow us on Facebook or www.deadmanscurveusa.com
Lonesome Pine Speedway Lonesome Pine Speedway
Lonesome Pine Raceway (LPR) is a 0.375-mile banked oval located in Coeburn, Virginia. LPR opened in the summer of 1972 and has provided race fans from throughout the region with exciting short track auto racing ever since. LPR is currently part of NASCAR's grassroots racing series–the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series (NWAAS). This series is comprised of 58 short tracks from across North America. More than 10,000 drivers compete yearly in the NWAAS for national, state and track titles. For more information on Lonesome Pine Raceway, visit thepineraceway.com. Also, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Super Cup Stock Car Series Super Cup Stock Car Series
The Super Cup Stock Car Series was formed in late 2007 as an affordable alternative to existing full-bodied stock car racing tours, offering a fun and laid back atmosphere for competitors, fans, and their families. It’s Racin' the Way It Used To Be! The series, featuring 3,300 lb. 600hp machines, enters its 11th full season of competition with races currently scheduled at pavement short tracks in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Virginia with more locations possible. Multiple generations representing up to 10 states across the eastern part of the country make up the diverse assortment of drivers. SCSCS teams have been showcased in front of a national audience on several occasions. Production of races as part of a renewed partnership with Sopwith Motorsports continue to air on MAVTV and LucasOilRacing.tv. For more information about "Racin' the Way It Used To Be!", please visit www.supercupstockcarseries.com or follow along on Facebook and Twitter.
Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series
The Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series will start its 34th season of dirt late model racing across the southern United States with 22 events already booked and several more tracks in negotiations with the series for events in 2017.
New England Dragway New England Dragway
For nearly 50 years New England Dragway has provided its guests with world class drag racing excitement. It is the region’s only NHRA National Event facility showcasing the stars of NHRA Championship Drag Racing. Since opening its gates in 1966 the track has featured the sport’s top drag racing stars including Don Garlits, Shirley Muldowney, TV Tommy Ivo, John Force, Don “The Snake” Prudhomme, Tony Schumacher, Ron Capps, Larry Dixon and “Jungle Jim” Lieberman, among others. It is also home of the annual NHRA Museum New England Hot Rod Reunion; making it one of only three tracks in the nation selected for this prestigious event. New England Dragway also features vibrant weekly sportsman and street legal racing. Through its long and storied history the track has maintained its credo of “Built by racers, for racers.”
Western Drag Racing League Western Drag Racing League
The WDRL was formed in 2015 to organize the fastest Door Car Drag Racing in Western Canada into a positive, fun organization. The WDRL features the Belair Power Pro Modified Series and Top Sportsman for 1/4 mile drag racing as well as the WDRL Small Tire Series, including Outlaw 10.5, Outlaw 275 and Outlaw 8.5 for the best in heads up 1/8 mile drag racing, and Open Comp for fast and fun 1/4 mile handicap racing. 2017 will see the addition of Pro Nitro Bike Series that will tour with the Pro Mod series. The WDRL works closely with Track Operators, Racing Teams, Marketing Partners and the Fans, for a great racing experience at each Track the organization has an event. The Goal of the WDRL is to provide a great experience for the teams, Sponsor Partners and Fans along with helping the race tracks provide an awesome unique fan experience.
Midwest Truck Series Midwest Truck Series
The Midwest Truck Series came into existence back in the late 90's under numerous different banners, and over the years put on unbelivable shows across the Midwest. The Series was finally bought by veteran driver and now owner John Wood in 2014. Since then in a few years with other veteran's in the racing community such as Joe and Chad wood, Steve Zimmerman and Mike (Lumpy) Lemke, the Series has grown in 2016 into a premier asphalt racing series in the Midwest and Wisconsin. The rapid growth of the Series has been phenomenal, due to the newly developed crate motors and competitve rules package, the Series compacted it's demographic area the past few years to Wisconsin. But still giving drivers a chance to compete at various tracks with different speeds, sizes and banking.
Virginia Motor Speedway Virginia Motor Speedway
Virginia Motor Speedway is one of the nation’s premier dirt track facilities in the country featuring a half-mile clay track with 14 degree banking in both corners and 4 degrees on the front and back stretch, Virginia Motor Speedway runs on select Saturday nights from April through the first week of October. The track offers plenty of thrills for newcomers and longtime fans alike.
Carolina Collector Auto Fest Carolina Collector Auto Fest
The CCAF is one of the largest and longest running collector car events in NC. Event features an indoor swap meet with over 100,000 square feet of exhibitor space, also an indoor car corral will have many completed “classics” as well as some later model cars. Their outdoor car corral will have that perfect “project” you have been looking for as well as some that are ready to drive home.
Watkins Glen International Watkins Glen International
Watkins Glen International is the premier road racing facility in North America. Situated in the heart of the Finger Lakes region of New York, The Glen plays host to some of the most prestigious racing series in the world – including fan favorite IMSA and NASCAR race weekends.
Hot Rodders of Tomorrow Hot Rodders of Tomorrow
Hot Rodders of Tomorrow is a non-profit 501(c)(3) and S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) educational program, whose mission is to develop the future of today’s youth for the aftermarket racing, performance and automotive accessory industry. We provide national events which give students an opportunity to showcase their talents and knowledge gained during classroom sessions and workshops. The program grants opportunities for students to practice teamwork, demonstrate their skills, enthusiasm, and ingenuity and build their confidence and commitment to excellence. Our goal is to raise scholarship funds to help the Hot Rodders of Tomorrow students further their education, along with funding internships and mentorships and providing opportunities for High School instructors to grow enthusiasm in their auto tech programs. Hot Rodders of Tomorrow represents opportunities to promote the performance aftermarket as a whole to the general public in a new and exciting way, and to grow the future base of performance enthusiasts for the performance aftermarket industry and the supporting brands.
Lucas Oil MLRA Lucas Oil MLRA
Lucas Oil MLRA (Midwest Latemodel Racing Association) celebrates 30 years of existence with the beginning of the 2018 Season. MLRA's rich history of heartland racing has established it as one of the longest running regional motor sports series of its kind. To date, MLRA has conducted more than 690 racers throughout the Midwest, including Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma and South Dakota. If you want to see family-oriented action and excitement, come out and experience a Lucas Oil MLRA event.
National Auto Sport Association (NASA National Auto Sport Association (NASA
The National Auto Sport Association (NASA) was formed in 1991 to deliver high-quality motorsports events to enthusiasts at major racing venues throughout the nation. NASA has created programs that allow owners of both racecars and high-performance street-driven vehicles to enjoy the full performance capabilities of their cars in a safe and controlled environment. NASA offers many different programs that will allow you to enjoy motorsports on a number of different levels, including our High-Performance Driving Events (HPDE), Rally Sport, Time Trial, NASA-X and Competition Racing programs.
PDRA Professional Drag Racers Association PDRA Professional Drag Racers Association
The PDRA was founded in 2014 by an elite group of racers committed to bringing credibility and stability to the sport of 1/8 mile drag racing. Jason Scruggs, Tommy Franklin, Gene Hector, and Roger Henson started the PDRA to preserve a viable door-slammer series that would benefit the fans, marketing partners, racers, and all those affiliated with the professional drag racing industry. The PDRA has over 200 professional race teams poised and ready to compete for Championships in their respective classes. This Championship tour includes stops in major markets found here... http://www.pdra660.com/schedule The PDRA philosophy is based on honesty, hard work, and the pursuit of excellence in every facet of the sport. We are looking forward to a very successful campaign for many years to come. The PDRA will race at 8 events in 2018, while providing exciting, entertaining, and safe races for the quickest professional drag racers in the country. Our goals are to ensure that our fans experience the greatest racing on the planet, our racers will have the safest and best prepared tracks to compete on, and that our marketing partners are guaranteed the most cost effective return on investment possible.
Rocky Mountain Superchargers Rocky Mountain Superchargers
We are drag racers who enjoy our sport and want to build it by competing with beautifully prepared cars to engage our fans and make each event memorable. This isn’t high-dollar corporate racing. We value our sponsors and use their products and services. You may see our family members when you talk with us in the pits. Ours is a family sport. For the Racer: A well planned series, a choice of eliminators, guaranteed purses, and big crowds to enjoy watching your car perform – cheering the results of your team’s efforts. All of this culminates in an end of year Championship. Will you wear the Champion’s jacket? For the Fan: This is racing the way it is supposed to be. Side by side blasts down the quarter mile, superchargers screaming, and the variety of cars fans want to see. Add in accessible racers in the pits, memorabilia to buy and take home, countless photo opportunities, hero cards, and autographs and the Rocky Mountain Superchargers provide a memorable experience for every youngster who attends – no matter their age!  For the Sponsors: Rocky Mountain Superchargers is ready to introduce you to the most loyal fans in the sports world. Show them the best of your products and services and they will become loyal customers, clients, and guests of your company. This is real world marketing to real world people.  For the Racetrack: Add the Rocky Mountain Superchargers to your event schedule and watch the enthusiasm build! This is a sponsored series and we do the marketing for you. Put our expertise to work for you. 
Outlaw Diesel Super Series LLC Outlaw Diesel Super Series LLC
The owners of Scheid Diesel, RLC Motorsports, TS Performance and Rudy’s Diesel Performance operate some of the best diesel drag racing and diesel pulling events in the nation. Each business owner/promoter is committed to delivering a high quality, action packed event that attracts thousands of diesel fans. Each event serves as a showcase for your products. This group has come together with the goal of increasing the value of their individual diesel events for vendors, spectators, and participants. With guidance from the owner of Crossroads Dragway, this desire has manifested itself in the formation of the Outlaw Diesel Super Series, LLC. The intent of the Outlaw Diesel Super Series (ODSS) is to create a points series to standardize payouts and increase competition at each event.
Traxxas Monster Truck Tour Traxxas Monster Truck Tour
Powered by the leader in R/C Technology, the TRAXXAS Monster Truck Tour brings your favorite TRAXXAS R/C cars to life at events all over the world. Come witness the destruction of the TRAXXAS Monster Truck Tour; as we bring monster trucks, freestyle motocross, lawn mower racing, demolition derby, tuff trucks and more to an arena or speedway near you!
United States Motorsports Association United States Motorsports Association
The United States Motorsports Association (USMA) is a 501(c)4 nonprofit organization that exists to promote the powerful economic benefits of grassroots racing across America. The USMA is mobilizing racers, participants, industry, and fans to take action and voice the benefits of racing. The USMA actively engages elected officials through racing events and political rally's and conducts public and private research of value to the racing industry, government agencies and public officials.
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New Smyrna Speedway New Smyrna Speedway
New Smyrna Speedway (NSS) is a high-banked, half-mile paved oval located just five miles west of New Smyrna Beach, FL and only 12 miles from Daytona International Speedway. NSS has been home to some of the finest and most thrilling stock car racing in the entire county for over 50 years. NSS opened in 1967 as a dirt track but was paved only six months later to begin hosting the World Series of Stock Car, nine nights of intense stock car racing during Daytona International Speedway/NASCAR Speedweeks. Over the half-century that NSS has operated, the track has welcomed numerous famous NASCAR drivers, such as Richie Evans; Donnie, Bobby and Davey Allison; Neil Bonnett; Harry Gant; Tony Stewart; Kyle Busch; Ryan Newman and many others. NSS also welcomes up-and-coming stars like Harrison Burton, Todd Gilliland and many others. NSS is a proud NASCAR Whelen All-American Series track, hosting weekly NASCAR grassroots racing from March through October. NSS also play host to numerous special events throughout the years – such as the Red Eye 100 in January, the World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing in February, the Fourth of July’s Clyde Hart Memorial, the Florida Governor’s Cup in October and much more. NSS also hosts the NASCAR K&N Pro Series during the World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing. As a small-town, local venue, NSS is heavily involved in the community by welcoming in local organizations like local schools, boosters, sports teams, and other charitable organizations. NSS’s owners also created the Hart to Heart Breast Cancer Foundation at New Smyrna Speedway.
King-of-the-Streets King-of-the-Streets
Founded in 2005 by a few racers looking for a place to race heads up, a single heads up street class was born. Starting in the 2006 season under the name Heads Up Eliminator sponsored by DieselUp.com, later became King of the Streets Drag Racing Series. Covering 5 eighth mile tracks and half of Virginia, King of the Streets has 3 car classes and one motorcycle class. If you are a fan of wheelstanding heads up street cars or think you have the fastest car on the street, check out King of the Streets.
National Hot Rod Diesel Association National Hot Rod Diesel Association
The National Hot Rod Diesel Association was founded in 2004 with intentions to make Diesel Motorsports a national pastime for all diesel enthusiasts to enjoy. The NHRDA began in Seattle Washington with one event and has evolved to national events that span across the United States and Canada. The NHRDA has members in over 32 states and 3 provinces in Canada and is one of the fastest growing race organizations in the World. NHRDA events include Diesel Drag Racing, Sled Pulling, Truck Shows, Dyno Competitions, Vendor Rows and Burnout Contests.
American Drag Racing League American Drag Racing League
Founded in 2004, the American Drag Racing League is one of the nation’s most exciting and popular motorsports series featuring 285+ MPH Dragsters, Funny Cars, Top Fuel Harleys, Pro Mods, Pro Stocks, Jet Cars, Fireworks, a Kidz Fun Zone and much more! EVERY TICKET TO EVERY ACTION-PACKED EVENT IS 100% FREE AND INCLUDES A VIP PIT PASS! For more information visit us online at www.ADRLTOUR.com or follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/adrltour.
World Racing League World Racing League
World Racing League is America’s premier amateur endurance racing series, created to offer a pro-level racing experience on an amateur racer’s budget. World Racing League (WRL) is a "club level" series where motorsports enthusiast can campaign virtually any car from any racing series in real endurance races lasting 8 to 24 hours, and enjoy all of the challenges and strategy involved. WRL is what road racing should be – safe, affordable and enjoyable, without fat, convoluted rule book to navigate. There are no penalty laps or club politics, and no one gets penalized in the middle of a race for being too fast. It really is this simple: You bring a car that meets WRL safety rules, we class it with cars of equal performance potential, and your team spends a fun-filled weekend trying to out-drive, out-strategize and outlast the other teams in your class.
IRacing.com IRacing.com
IRacing.com is the world’s premier motorsports racing simulation. iRacing puts you in the driver’s seat by allowing members to experience today’s newest form of competitive motorsport: virtual racing. iRacing is a fun, inexpensive and highly-competitive way for race fans and gamers to break a sweat by braking hard at the apex, while overcoming head-to-head racing challenges usually reserved for professional racers. iRacing is the ultimate global racing portal. Whether you want to experience a NASCAR Cup car, a World of Outlaws Sprint car, an open-wheel IndyCar, an Australian V-8 Supercar, an IMSA Prototype or Touring Car, or the ultimate: an FIA Grand Prix car, iRacing’s online racing simulations offer them all. All you need is a computer equipped with one or more USB ports, and a digital wheel/pedal, or gamepad backed by a high-speed Internet connection. iRacing does the work for you by organizing and managing more than 40 official series, or you can choose to race in more than 400 private leagues or launch your own hosted events.
American Super Cups American Super Cups
American Super Cups are half scale racecars that look just like their big brothers on the NASCAR circuit. These racecars are raced on primarily 1/4 and 1/3 mile paved oval tracks in the Midwest for nearly 20 years. Our main emphasis is to provide an affordable stock car racing experience. Drivers can start at the age of 10. These cars are safe, they include a roll cage and a five point harness. These cars are inexpensive by comparison to other forms of motor racing. Engines, tires and other parts that are critical to racing can easily last an entire season. Equality in racing leads great racing – The rules keep cars competitive and allow the driver to determine their own fate on the track. Working on the cars is easy enough for one person with a little mechanical skill. Most of all - FUN and the opportunity to race on a Saturday night at your hometown tracks. With all the benefits and more listed above you can get out of the stands and onto a track and race. For more information please contact www.AmericanSuperCups.com, Facebook and Twitter or email us at [email protected] for more information.
NOLA Motorsports Park NOLA Motorsports Park
NOLA Motorsports Park is a 750-acre special event and racing venue 20 minutes from the French Quarter of New Orleans. It’s home to a 2.75 mile road course, 7 acre skidpad and a multi-configuration outdoor kart track. The park hosts open track days, club racing, arrive and drive karting, karting leagues and race series, year-round supercar driving experiences with Xtreme Xperience and more. With its meeting spaces and event facilities as well as proximity to New Orleans, NOLA is supremely suited to host private and corporate events such as bachelor parties, client entertainment, and teambuilding.
Orlando Speed World Dragway Orlando Speed World Dragway
Look no further than the Orlando Speed World Dragway in Orlando, FL for the best rubber burning' racing in the region! This venue boasts an NHRA-sanctioned drag strip with a quarter mile of racing surface.It serves the home of the Largest Street Race in the World, and there are drag races every Wednesday and Friday night. Weekly races include tuning, practice, grudge racing, co-driver drags and quarter miles, and special events are hosted throughout the year. Have a vehicle you'd like to run? Modest entry fees make for the perfect opportunity to face off with other hot rods and exciting cars. Be sure to catch all of the action at the Orlando Speed World Dragway!
South Georgia Motorsports Park South Georgia Motorsports Park
Cook County's premier racing venue South Georgia Motorsports Park features a 1/4-mile concrete dragstrip and a 1/2-mile D-shaped oval speedway, with professional racing and events year-round. From funny cars to jet cars, this major racing attraction has it all! Fans can bring their own street car, truck, motorcycle or race car, and race down the dragstrip during special Test-N-Tune Street Drags.Tiered permanent grandstands accommodate more than 6,000 fans, with VIP suites on top of the stands.
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Fun Ford Weekend Fun Ford Weekend
The Fun Ford Weekend is BACK! Under new management, the Fun Ford Weekend series events are run by each host track to create a family oriented atmosphere for all Ford enthusiasts, young and old. Fun Ford Weekend events are designed to offer a little something for all Ford fans. From Ford-powered or Ford-bodied bracket racers looking to earn some "cred" on the drag strip to the restoration expert showing their finished masterpiece in the Car Show or searching for that hard-to-find part at the Swap Meet or at the Car Corral intent on finding the next "project car." Each family-friendly Fun Ford Weekend event boasts a Midway offering performance aftermarket and restoration products from show sponsors and vendors, as well as the Revell Make 'N Take activity for kids and Pro Shows featuring Jet Cars, Wheel Standers, Nostalgia Funny Cars or all three!
Mega Mopar Action Series Mega Mopar Action Series
The Mega Mopar Action Series is the premier national event for all Mopar enthusiasts with 9 events in 2013 in North America. Each event offers something for everyone, from high-powered Mopar racing excitement to the spectacular Show Cars. The Series boasts one of the nation's finest Performance & Restoration Midways for Mopar products, as well as a Swap Meet and Car Corral at most events.
Super Chevy Show Super Chevy Show
The Super Chevy Show tour is the premier national event for all Chevrolet enthusiasts offering something for everyone, from high-powered Chevy racing excitement to the spectacular Chevy Show Cars at tracks across the country. The Series boasts one of the nation's finest Performance & Restoration Midways for GM products, as well as a Swap Meet and Car Corral at most events.
Motorama! Motorama!
Motorama! is a celebration of all things motorized! Downtown North Adams, MA will be closed to all but pedestrian traffic as it fills with hundreds of cars, trucks, motorcycles, snowmobiles and tractors.