Pennzoil Motorsports 2000 General Information

PENNZOIL MOTORSPORTS 2000 TO FEATURE MOTOR MAX EXTREME MOTORSPORTS GARAGE FORT WASHINGTON, PA OCTOBER 4, 1999 . . . When the 15th annual Pennzoil Motorsports Auto Racing Trade Show, Pennzoil Motorsports 2000, is presented January 14-16, 2000,...

PENNZOIL MOTORSPORTS 2000 TO FEATURE MOTOR MAX EXTREME MOTORSPORTS GARAGE

FORT WASHINGTON, PA OCTOBER 4, 1999 . . . When the 15th annual Pennzoil Motorsports Auto Racing Trade Show, Pennzoil Motorsports 2000, is presented January 14-16, 2000, one of more popular attractions will be The Motor Max Extreme Motorsports Garage. Show attendees will be able to participate in hands-on demonstrations. And there will be "educational opportunities" on the how-to's of chassis set-ups, tires, engine building and more. It is an attraction that is filled with hard core racers throughout the weekend. Motor Max, a product of FIREFREEZE Worldwide in Rockaway, NJ, is a radiator additive that reduces water temperatures, oil temperatures, reduces engine wear, provides for a faster warm-up and more. It is a product that is gaining more and more recognition in the sport and more competitors are using the product. "It is exciting to all of us involved with Pennzoil Motorsports 2000 to have a well established, well recognized product such as Motor Max to come on board as an attraction sponsor. The Motor Max logo is represented on many race cars these days and we are confident that when show attendees are able to see the product work and learn more about what makes Motor Max work, there will be even more racers using it. They are planning to offer some exciting demonstrations during the Motor Max Extreme Motorsports Garage three day run," said show manager Joe Pratt. Again this year thousands of people are expected to attend the three day show staged at the Fort Washington (PA.) Expo Center. And those thousands, as many as 50,000 people have filled the show during the three day show, will have the opportunity to see the latest in collectibles, novelty items, sportswear, information from dozens of raceways, videos and more. And there will be "educational seminars" every 90- minutes throughout the three days (January 14-16). In addition to information on Motor Max, there will be seminars on sponsorship, finances, tires, safety equipment and more. And the seminars are free, part of the admission ticket. Always very popular with show attendees, again free as part of the admission ticket, is the autograph sessions. Many of the top names in the sport have appeared at the show during the 14 years it has been in operation. And often times fans are surprised to see that many of the "celebrities" can be found walking the show. "Many of the racers who are part of our autograph sessions spend time visiting various exhibits and displays at the show," said Pratt. The U.S. Tobacco/A-Plus Mini Markets Ms. Motorsports 2000 contest will, again, be a popular attraction. Preliminaries on Saturday afternoon and the finals on Saturday night are two of the best attended events of the weekend. Additional events include the Li'l Miss Motorsports, Kids Big Wheel Racing, Legends of Motorsports Autograph sessions, Antique Car Display and much, much more. More than 500 exhibit booths and at least 125 race vehicles will cover the 270,000 square feet plus of the Fort Washington Expo Center. In fact Pennzoil Motorsports 2000 will be the biggest and best attended event to be housed at the Expo Center. Additional information on being an exhibitor or ordering tickets may be had by telephoning 1-609-888-3618. For those who may wish to sponsor an event or create a marketing happening at the show telephone Ernie Saxton Communications,Inc. at 215.752.7797. And for exhibitors and fans planning to be part of the show and will have need of lodging at special show discount rates, telephone Marilyn Saxton at 215.752.2392. Pennzoil Motorsports 2000 will open at 1 p.m. on Friday, January 14 and continues through Sunday, January 16, 6 p.m. Fort Washington Expo Center is located just a short distance off the PA. Turnpike at Exit 26.

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