Stock Car Tech Seminar Scheduled For March
TWIN LAKES, Wis. – The 2013 Stock Car Tech Seminar & Promoters Roundtable has been scheduled for March 22-23 at Five Star Race Car Bodies in Twin Lakes, Wis.
The bi-annual event is open to promoters, tech officials, and public/media relation members in auto racing.
The one-day seminar and roundtable is designed to help learn and share ideas with peers along with experts in the industry.
The Tech Seminar topics and experts include:
Ignition Tech (Terry Johnson, Crane Ignitions)
Wheel Safety (Brian Gill, Bassett Wheels)
Whistler and P&G (Eddie Chew, CRA Racing)
Crate & Seal Engines (DeWayne McGunegill & Sean Brincefield, MEP Engines)
Tires (Irish Saunders, Hoosier Racing Tires)
Chassis Safety (Wayne Lensing, Lefthander Chassis)
Seat and Driver Safety
Correct Body Mounting/Tech Inspection (Five Star Race Car Bodies)
How to Handle Non-Compliant Parts (Gerald H. Brandenhoff, Attorney at Law)
The Promoters Roundtable will feature experts discussing different topics with the main emphasis being an open discussion among promoters and public/media relation members.
The Promoter Roundtable Topics and Experts include:
State of Short Track Racing (Tim Frost, National Speedway Directory)
What the Racer Really Wants and Keys to Successful Promotion (Rob Fisher, Circle Track Magazine)
Current Insurance Issues and Trends (Jeff Ladd, Sports Insurance Specialists)
Marketing/Public Relations/Social Media (Craig Armstrong, Iowa Speedway)
Sanctioning Bodies (Dennis Huth, ASA Racing)
Race Directing and Dealing with Difficult People (Steve Dickson, Rockford Speedway)
Hits and Misses at your Track/Series
Ideas to Enhance your Announcers
“We are pleased to host this event for the third time at Five Star Race Car Bodies,” Carl Schultz, Five Star Race Car Bodies President said. “This will be a great opportunity for the racing community to get together for learning and sharing. Our past seminars have been positively received with the amount of ideas shared among one another for the betterment of this sport.”
“This is a unique way for officials and promoters to meet with some of best industry experts to improve what they do at their tracks and series,” Mike “Lumpy” Lemke, Tech Seminar Coordinator said. “The one big thing about this, it is not just about late models. We will cover asphalt, dirt, and many support divisions as well.”
Registration is $75 per person if paid by March 1 ($85 after March 1). Checks should be made out to ML Racing and sent to Kevin Ramsell, 335 Olson Ct #103, Stoughton, WI 53589.