Larry Jones Motorsports AKRA Title Sponsor for Chapel Hill National Latham, N.Y.-The American Kart Racing Association (AKRA) proudly announces that Larry Jones Motorsports of Latham, N.Y. has signed on as title sponsor of their June 15-17...
Larry Jones Motorsports AKRA Title Sponsor for Chapel Hill National
Latham, N.Y.-The American Kart Racing Association (AKRA) proudly announces that Larry Jones Motorsports of Latham, N.Y. has signed on as title sponsor of their June 15-17 American Speedway Championship Asphalt Series race at Chapel Hill Raceway in Humphrey, N.Y. For the past six-years Larry Jones Motorsports has been a leader in racing engineered components and tools to the kart racing industry.
Known for their headline product 'The Super True Tire Machine' which cuts tires to perfection, they also are makers of the just as popular tire Heat Cube. "We can't make either of them fast enough," said company owner Larry Jones.
In addition to those two fine machines, Larry Jones Motorsports carries a large inventory of diverse products such as motor mounts, caster gauges, camber gages, skip tooth gear, clutch hub rack, the big angle, tach mount, drive hub rack, cam caddy, ultra clean tire machine, the enforcer and other products that can be viewed and purchased from their website at www.larryjonesmotorsports.com or ordered at 518.786.0910.
The Larry Jones Motorsports National will be the second of the 2007 American Speedway Championship Asphalt Series four-race season. Chapel Hill Raceway's 1/5-mile asphalt oval is a driver's track. With a bowl shape drivers are on the throttle every lap.
"We are excited to have Larry Jones Motorsports join us as race sponsor for our second race of our new season," said AKRA CEO Bill McCutcheon. Knowing the quality and caliber of products Larry Jones Motorsports offers the industry their support will only add to the success of this rapidly growing karter friendly series."
Many of the nation's top asphalt competitors will be at this exciting event providing spectators with close racing action. Thanks to Larry Jones Motorsports that will be possible. "I'm for the racer," Jones said adding, "That's what it's all about the racer. Without racers we wouldn't be here."