NAPA SIGNS ON AS EVENT SPONSOR FOR AC BOARDWALK HALL INDOOR AUTO RACING WEEKEND; ENTRY FORMS FOR ATLANTIC CITY AND TRENTON INDOOR EVENTS NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE
TRENTON, NJ – October 29, 2013 . . . NAPA Auto Stores, the nation’s leader in automotive
supplies, has signed on for the second consecutive year as the title sponsor for the Atlantic City Indoor Auto Races, it has been announced by Len Sammons Motorsports Productions, event promoter. The two-day race meet will be known as the NAPA KNOW HOW Atlantic City Indoor Race.
The indoor racing inside Atlantic City’s Boardwalk Hall is now in its 12th consecutive year of competition. The 2014 dates are Friday and Saturday January 24 and 25. The races will be preceded by a closed to the public, practice session on Thursday, January 23. The TQ Midgets will once again headline the NAPA KNOW HOW Atlantic City Indoor Race with feature events on Friday and Saturday night with Saturday's event being the prestigious Gambler's Classic. Joining the TQ Midgets during the three day event will be the Herr's Slingshots and Sr. Champ Karts. The Slingshots and Sr. Champ Karts will run qualifying events on Friday night and their feature events on Saturday night.
The NAPA KNOW HOW Atlantic City Indoor Race Weekend will be followed by the first ever Battle of Trenton two-day, indoor racing event at the Sun National Bank Center in Trenton, N.J.. Both races will feature top drivers from at least ten different States and Canada competing in the Fatheadz TQ Midget Racing Series. The two race meets will be extensively promoted at Sammons’ 29th annual Motorsports Show, scheduled for the three-day weekend of January 10-11-12, 2014 at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in
Entry forms for NAPA KNOW HOW Atlantic City Indoor Race Weekend and for the Battle of Trenton indoor races are available online at aarn.com.
Promoter Sammons advises entrants to register quickly. “We can only take so many cars for the TQ Midgets, Slingshots and Champ Karts in Atlantic City and space is at a greater premium in Trenton,” Sammons said. “It is important to register as soon as possible to avoid being shut out.”