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Meet the short track industry’s leading suppliers, such as Musco Lighting, American Electronics, and others, and network with promoters at Reno, Indy, or Daytona Beach. Hang with promoters at special events at the National Auto Museum, Andretti Autosport,… Read More
Thirty years ago we envied friends who had new Chevelles and Camaros and we watched local heroes race them. Today, popular customized imported and domestic compact cars are favorites for cruising, and dominate the drive-in restaurant parking lots on Friday… Read More
Oval racing grew up when there were plentiful good-paying, blue-collar jobs. These are harder to come by in an ‘information society. Service economy jobs do not pay as well as union jobs 30 years ago. Today’s young adults and teens… Read More
Business people know expenses come due before income arrives. If your average attendance dropped 10% this season and weather was not the cause, where will you cut 10% the first night of 2015? And, if you haven’t lined… Read More
Traditionally, promoters are nuts and bolts people, even now when mechanics plug computers into cars to fix them. The Futurist Magazine predicted 30 years ago that people would have seven careers before retiring. Why then shouldn’t the job… Read More