ALLSTAR: Official motorsports university named

University of Northwestern Ohio is "Official High Performance Motorsports University" of the All Star Circuit of Champions. LIMA, OH -- The University of Northwestern Ohio is now the "Official High Performance Motorsports University" of the All...

University of Northwestern Ohio is "Official High Performance Motorsports University" of the All Star Circuit of Champions.

LIMA, OH -- The University of Northwestern Ohio is now the "Official High Performance Motorsports University" of the All Star Circuit of Champions sprint car racing series. Jeff Jarvis, president of the university, announced the sponsorship deal Wednesday.

The University of Northwestern Ohio is a co-educational, residential, private institution founded in 1920. It enrolls approximately 2400 students in the Colleges of Business, Technologies, and Distance Learning.

In the High Performance Program students get to work with many types of high performance vehicles. Many types of high performance engines can be built using the fully equipped machine shop. Intake and exhaust system components can be tested on one of three flow benches. Ignition and fuel systems can be tuned, electronic engine management systems can be programmed, and engines tested on one of two dynamometers. In addition to high performance engine work, student in this program learn to work with actual race cars. Many of the college owned race cars and trucks were built by students. Students build the engines, select and install drive line components, build the roll cages, fabricate the sheet metal, and do the initial set-ups at the University's own race track, Limaland Motorsports Park.

The school website is www.unoh.edu or phone: (419) 998-3120 or email info@unoh.edu.

"America's Series, The All Star Circuit of Champions" will present a slate of 78 sprint car race dates in 2003 from February to October in action at 31 speedways in 17 states. America's favorite dirt track series is in its' 23rd year and has presented fans with the largest average car count and greatest number of different race winners in the United States over the past two decades.

For more information visit www.allstarsprint.com or call 217-352-9221.

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