JEFFERSON, GA (May 2, 2011)- Racing Radios, a long-time partner of NASCAR and Gresham Motorsports Park, will be the sponsor of the PASS (Pro All Star Series) late model race on July 16that GMP.
Racing Radioswas founded in 1974 when the Competition Director for NASCAR approached Diversified Electronics for assistance with racing radio communications problems. Diversified Electronics was successful in correcting the problems and, when word spread, became a source for several racing teams. As a result Diversified Electronics began to manufacture accessories for two-way radios using Motorola equipment and designed to enhance the quality of racing communications.
“We are excited to be apart of Gresham Motorsport’s Park’s 2011 race season and we look forward to a competitive season of racing,” said Chris Thornton, President of Racing Radios,Inc. “We are excited to sponsor the race on July 16th and we look forward to an exciting and eventful night for everyone.” Today, Racing Radios is the official two-way supplier for NASCAR Sprint Cup Series, NASCAR Nationwide Series, NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, International Hot Rod Association (IHRA), the International Motor Sports Association (IMSA), and Gresham Motorsports Park. Racing Radios is located in both Georgia and North Carolina.
You can learn more about Racing Radios and their products by visiting www.racingradios.com. The Racing Radios 100 will feature PASS late models, Outlaw late models, Trucks, Renegades, Mini Stocks and Mini Cups.
On July 14th, GMP will host the 9-,11- and 13-year old Dizzy Dean opening ceremonies. Jackson County Parks and Recreation will gather teams from all over the Southeast for a parade of teams, games, race car demonstrations/display and a big fireworks program to close the evening activities. This event is open to the public and is free for everyone!
Please visit our website, www.GreshamMotorsportsPark.com, for information and details about the upcoming year at GMP. Also, join the GMP fan page on facebook or follow GMP on Twitter @ GreshamMP.