All Star Circuit of Champions announce several 2003 major sponsors. CAMARGO, IL -- Haulmark Trailers and Vortex Spray-on Liner by Autosport are two of the latest companies to join the All Star Circuit of Champions sprint car series as major ...
All Star Circuit of Champions announce several 2003 major sponsors.
CAMARGO, IL -- Haulmark Trailers and Vortex Spray-on Liner by Autosport are two of the latest companies to join the All Star Circuit of Champions sprint car series as major sponsors for the 2003 campaign. Bazell Oil Company has also joined the traveling sprint car series as the "official race fuel" of the All Stars. The announcement was made Wednesday by Guy Webb, president of America's Series, the All Star Circuit of Champions. "We're extremely excited to have several new companies joining the series as new business partners for the upcoming season," Webb stated. "The 2003 season will be the biggest and best ever for both our fans and drivers."
Haulmark Industries, located in Bristol, IN was a series' corporate sponsor in 2002 and has stepped up their contribution to become the All Star presenting sponsor for the 2003 season.
For over 25 years Haulmark Industries, Inc. has been constructing the longest lasting trailers with the highest resale value in the industry. "Haulmark is the best name behind you for the long haul." TM For more information visit www.haulmark.com.
Vortex Spray-on Liner by Autosport, located in Elkhart, IN is the number one selling brand of spray-on liners in the United States. Jerry Steinkraus, a Vortex Master Dealer, announced that Vortex has signed on as a corporate sponsor for the All Stars for the next two seasons. Visit www.autosport1.com for further information on Autosport's Vortex product line.
"Bazell Race Fuels is extremely excited to become involved with the All Star Circuit of Champions. We have enjoyed being associated with four-time Champion Kenny Jacobs for several years, and we are pleased to have this opportunity to expand our involvement. The All Stars have always been an exciting and vital part of sprint car racing and with their new management and renewed vigor, we are proud to be on board!" said Terry Thompson, Manager of Bazell Race Fuels, a Division of Bazell Oil Co., Inc. Their web site is located at http://www.bazellracefuels.com/index.htm.
Also signing up as a contingency sponsor is Coastal Unilube of West Memphis, Arkansas. Coastal Unilube is a natural gas, oil and chemical company. They are a division of the El Paso Corporation, the fourth largest U.S. Energy Company. Mike Reddick of Coastal Unilube indicated the company was also enthused about joining with the series in order to increase their national brand name recognition to race fans across 21 states.
"America's Series, The All Star Circuit of Champions" will present a slate of 80 sprint car race dates in 2003 from February to October in action at 34 speedways in 21 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.
The All Stars kick off their 2003 campaign with eight traditional Florida Speedweek dates, four at Volusia Speedway Park in Barberville Feb. 2-9 and another four Feb. 6-9 at the East Bay Raceway Park in Gibsonton where the 27th annual Winternationals finale on Saturday night Feb. 15 pays $15,000 to the winner.
Memberships for sprint car owners and drivers are still available. Memberships are necessary to be eligible for nightly contingency awards and the year end points fund. A membership application is available on-line from the All Star official web site located at www.allstarsprint.com.
For more information visit www.allstarsprint.com or call 217-352-9221.