Seminars big part of Pennzoil Motorsports 2001

FORT WASHINGTON, PA DECEMBER 1, 2000 . . . Racers are advised to bring their notebook, pencil and even tape recorder because there will be a lot of very useful, very helpful information being offered at Pennzoil Motorsports 2001. The three...

FORT WASHINGTON, PA DECEMBER 1, 2000 . . . Racers are advised to bring their notebook, pencil and even tape recorder because there will be a lot of very useful, very helpful information being offered at Pennzoil Motorsports 2001. The three day, January 12-14, auto racing trade show will cover more than 270,000 square feet of the Fort Washington, PA Expo Center. The 16th annual show will offer just about everything one can think of that relates to motorsports. Throughout the three day show, there will be a number of FREE seminars/workshops being offered to show attendees. Though the final schedule has not been completed the seminars already finalized include:
* Driving - Mike Loescher
* DIRT Modified - Jimmy Horton and Olsen
* Street Stock - Roy Anderson
* Safety - Bill Simpson
* Dirt Late Models - Jim Bernheisel/BRC Lazer
* Sponsorship - Ernie Saxton
* Asphalt Modifieds - Brad Creighton/A-1 S&S Diablo
* Fuel Injection - Paul Rieker/Kinsler
* Quarter Midgets - Nick Schlauch Race Cars
* Go-Karts - Jim Schultz
* Maxim Chassis Sprint Seminar Additional seminars and workshop sessions are being negotiated and will be announced in the near future. Racers attending the show will have the opportunity to pick the brains of some of the best in the business in an effort to improve their efforts in 2001. In addition the MOTORMAX GARAGE will be open for business again this year with demonstrations being offered throughout the weekend. For racers that put their mind to it, attend the seminars and visit the HARDCORE exhibit areas, three days at Pennzoil Motorsports 2001 could be the best investment they have ever made. In addition to the seminars and demonstrations there will be a large area of the show devoted to those wanting to know what is new in equipment, parts and more in 2001. And if you are not a racer there is plenty for the race fan to see and enjoy including more than 150 different motorsports vehicles from every segment of the sport. And there will be a large number of collectable and souvenir vendors on hand to offer great merchandise at very reasonable prices. For the first time in show history the nationally famous O'Reilly Chili Bowl Nationals for midget racers will be broadcast live (from Tulsa, Oklahoma) on closed circuit TV courtesy of Budweiser. This will be on Saturday night, January 13, as soon as the U.S.Tobacco/A-Plus Mini Markets Ms. Motorsports Pageant is complete. And during the weekend there will be more than 600 exhibit booths to visit and a variety of activities for attendees to take part in. Pennzoil Motorsports 2001 is the largest show of its type in the nation. The show opens at 1 p.m. on January 12 and continues until 6 p.m. on January 14. A complete schedule of autograph sessions, driver appearances, activities, ticket information and more may be had by visiting the show website at www.aarn.com or telephone 609.888.3618. Special discount show lodging is available at several area hotels. The special rates are available through Marilyn Saxton at 215.752.2392 or Plaza II Travel at 215.943.0190. Fort Washington, PA Expo Center is located just a short distance from Exit 26 of the PA Turnpike. k

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