1. Torco Racing Fuels returns as the "Official Fuel of the ASA Late Model Series" for the upcoming Fifth Anniversary 2007 season. Lexington, Michigan (01/04/2007): The Fifth Anniversary 2007 season in the ASA Late Model Series Presented by GM ...
1. Torco Racing Fuels returns as the "Official Fuel of the ASA Late Model Series" for the upcoming Fifth Anniversary 2007 season.
Lexington, Michigan (01/04/2007): The Fifth Anniversary 2007 season in the ASA Late Model Series Presented by GM Performance Parts is driving full speed ahead towards the upcoming season within all three divisions. While new sponsors are coming aboard at a rapid rate, returning sponsors are also stepping up their programs in an effort to be a part of the upcoming season in all three divisions.
For the third consecutive season, Torco Racing Fuels, based in Decatur, Michigan will once again be the "Official Fuel of the ASALMS" for all three traveling series for the 2007 season. Torco Racing Fuels will also have a presence at each event for fuel and other Torco Racing Products once again through R.V. Performance of Richmond, Michigan.
"Torco Racing Fuels has given us a great spec fuel for our teams the last two seasons so why change what works?" Asked ASALMS Co-Founder/President, Ron Varney Jr. "Alan Hemsworth stands behind the concept and foundation of the ASALMS and all that we stand for and we look forward to continuing a long lasting relationship with Alan and all the great people at Torco." Varney Jr., added.
"Alan, Ron Wick, and all the distribution partners of Torco have always been there for us whenever we've needed them." Added Bob Varney, Co-Founder/President of R.V. Performance. "They've given us a great fuel for our teams over the last two seasons and like my Brother said, why change anything? We look forward to working with Torco once again this upcoming season." Varney stated.
At Torco Racing Fuels, they understand the value of producing a product you can depend on. That's why they go that extra mile to ensure the product that you put into your gas tank or fuel cell is the best possible product it can be, time after time.
2. The Joie Of Seating jumps on board with the ASA Late Model Series for the 2007 season in all three divisions.
Lexington, Michigan (01/04/2007): The calendar has now turned over to 2007 for the ASA Late Model Series Presented by GM Performance Parts as the Lexington, Michigan based series looks ahead to the Fifth Anniversary 2007 Season with high expectations and anticipation for the upcoming campaign is at an all-time high.
New and Returning Sponsors alike are also getting prepared for the 2007 season and the ASALMS team would like to welcome one of the newest members of the upcoming campaign; The Joie Of Seating to the ASALMS for the upcoming season! The Joie Of Seating has joined the ASALMS as a full fledged participant in the Participating Manufacturers Program (PMP) for all three divisions within the ASALMS.
The Joie of Seating is owned and operated by Two-Time NASCAR Busch Series Champion, Randy LaJoie and is based in Concord, North Carolina. In addition to still racing in all three major divisions of NASCAR, LaJoie's new focus is to make sure every driver, regardless of age or racing level, has the most up-to-date safety products and information implemented in their race cars.
"Randy LaJoie and the great people at The Joie of Seating are a wonderful addition to the ASALMS family." Stated ASALMS Co-Founder/President, Ron Varney Jr. "Someone with the name recognition and with such a well established and safety conscious company as Randy's is definitely a huge step up the rung for the ASALMS as an organization." Varney Jr., added.
The Joie Of Seating and Randy LaJoie himself will be on hand during the 2007 ASALMS Drivers/Owners Meeting as well as the 2006 ASALMS Awards Banquet on Saturday January 20, 2007 at the Clarion Hotel and Convention Center in Louisville, Kentucky. LaJoie will have a display set up of all of his companies latest products and custom seats and LaJoie himself will be on hand throughout the morning and later in the evening to answer questions and take orders.