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PRI’S THREE BIGGEST BUSINESS DAYS IN RACING

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PRI’S THREE BIGGEST BUSINESS DAYS IN RACING
MEANS SEVEN DAYS OF INDY ACTIVITY WITH RACE INDUSTRY WEEK

LAGUNA BEACH, Calif. (Oct. 21, 2015) – As the latest innovations in racing go on display at the 28th annual Performance Racing Industry Trade Show, the need for knowledge to implement and apply those technologies accompanies it hand-in-hand and that need has helped the ‘three biggest business days of racing’ grow into a week-long flurry of activity with Race Industry Week beginning Monday, Dec. 7 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis.

Attendees will be able to be a part of a variety of conferences, seminars and events that allow them to learn and interact with experts from around the racing industry, highlighted by the three-day PRI Trade Show that runs from December 10–12.

“The racing industry is constantly evolving,” said John Kilroy, PRI Trade Show Producer. “You’re always learning and adjusting and the reality is if you can’t keep up, you get left behind. That’s why Race Industry Week is so valuable – it gives attendees the opportunity to interact and exchange ideas with the leaders in the industry – whether it be engineering-wise, track safety or the business aspects of racing. There’s literally something for everyone.”

It’s not just smaller operations that take advantage of these opportunities, but some of the dominant players in the sport who attend Race Industry Week looking for an edge.

“I’m there to learn – it’s a great collection of minds and leading people in the industry,” said Lake Speed, Jr., of Driven Racing Oil, who’s new racing gear oil dominated the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series schedule in the summer of 2015 with double-digit wins. “It’s always good to see things outside your normal realm that you wouldn’t normally see. It makes you think. We’re an engine lubricant supplier. We’re a part of the engine like everything else is. You have to know what everyone else is doing. So, for us, the AETC is a great place to be because everyone is here for the same reason – to learn.”

A number of key events will return in 2015 including the Advanced Engineering Technology Conference (AETC), the Race Track Business Conference-2015, the International Council of Motorsport Sciences (ICMS) Congress, the Applied Vehicle Dynamics Seminar and the Hot Rodders of Tomorrow National Championship. New this year will be the MIA International Business Sales & Trade Workshop.

Numerous exhibitor and race business seminars will also take place. In addition, Race Industry Week also will include awards ceremonies from four sanctioning bodies as ARCA, NMCA, NMRA and USAC all will have their season-ending functions running in conjunction with the show. The ever-popular Grand Opening Breakfast will once again serve as the kickoff event for PRI 2015.

Approximately 1,200 racing industry suppliers will occupy 3,200 booths, while exhibiting the latest developments in auto racing technology. Buyers from throughout the U.S. and 70 countries from around the globe are expected for the world’s premier trade show for motorsports professionals.

For additional information on the 2015 PRI Trade Show, or hotel and travel information, visit www.pri2015.com.

*Please note that some events require fees and/or pre-registration.

MEDIA CONTACT: John Procida, 313-515-3985

The Balance Broadcast 10/17/2015

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Guests
Jeff Myers, Owner of the Southeast Supertruck Series. also Lee Tissot, Driver secured 2015 championship for series with one race to go.
Steve Wilson, Publisher and Editor of Speedway Digest. We will break down NASCAR and the big “CHASE RACE” in Kansas
College Football Saturday. We will be talking about Notre Dame, the Rise and Fall of USC, the official picks and much more
Fantasy Football Huddle. Tom and Rick will help you set your Fantasy Football Line up and take your calls and questions
You don’t want to miss this week’s show.

Featured Blog from Speedway Digest/Written by Brett Winningham

<br /> NCWTS: Ryan Blaney Captures UNOH 200 Presented by ZLOOP Victory at Bristol<br /> http://www.speedwaydigest.com/index.php/news/camping-world-truck-series-news/26360-ncwts-ryan-blaney-captures-unoh-200-presented-by-zloop-victory-at-bristol

NCWTS: Ryan Blaney Captures UNOH 200 Presented by ZLOOP Victory at Bristol

Ryan Blaney stole the show on Wednesday night at the Bristol Motor Speedway in the UNOH 200 presented by ZLOOP. Blaney started the night in the runner-up spot behind the wheel of the No. 29 Cooper Standard Ford.

After staying in the runner-up position, Blaney was popped for jumping the restart after the caution on lap 31 that forced the team to serve a pass through penalty under green. Caution would fly on lap 78 that would allow Blaney to get the free pass. Blaney got back on the lead lap and worked his way to the front.

A caution would fly once again on lap 195 that sent the race into over-time. This would bunch the field up once again and allow Blaney to make the pass around leader Matt Crafton. Crafton would lose seven positions after spinning his tires on the restart.

Pole sitter Kyle Busch will leave the Bristol Motor Speedway with the runner-up spot. Busch came into the weekend making his third start of the season in the series for his own racing team. The Las Vegas native will walk away with his third top 10 finish in three starts.

John Hunter Nemechek will walk away with his second top five finish of the season in his No. 8 Chevrolet. Nemechek had a smooth night as he started in the seventh position. The finish will give him his best so far in 2015.

Tyler Reddick continues to lead the series standings by six points over Matt Crafton. Erik Jones will leave the Bristol Motor Speedway sitting in third after a sixth-place finish. Johnny Sauter and Daniel Hemric round out the top five.

The NASCAR Camping World Series will head to Canada for some road course racing. Coverage will begin next Sunday on FOX Sports 1 at 1:30 p.m. ET. The Motor Racing Network will carry the live radio broadcast.


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