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Chili Bowl To Use Racing Electronics

TULSA, Okla. – As grand an event may be, as smooth as the program may appear, it is all for not without proper communication. A simple miscue due to someone not able to hear an order, or the ability to relay that order can bring an event to a grinding halt.
In preparation for the 29th Speedway Motors Tulsa Shootout and 28th Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire, event managers and directors are pleased to announce Racing Electronics as the official two-way radio supplier for both crown jewel indoor events.

“Racing Electronics is extremely happy to announce our partnership with such legendary events. We look forward to this new venue to showcase our product line and legendary customer service,” commented Director of Motorsports Communication Services Kevin Hughes.

For anyone who has ever attended at NASCAR Sprint Cup Series event, the use of scanners to listen in to the MRN broadcast during a race weekend is an absolute must. For the first time, fans will be able to use the same UHF style scanner to listen into to race commentary provided by Tony Bokhoven, Randy Ward, Mike Sweeton, and Bryan Hulbert with scanners available for sale and rent at the Shootout and Chili Bowl Trade Shows.

The multi-year deal will also encompasses the American Sprint Car Series in both Regional and National competition.

“I am really pleased to have Racing Electronics on board with the Shootout, Chili Bowl and ASCS. It makes our job easier knowing the equipment we are using is going to work when we need it to,” said Competition Director Matt Ward.

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