Circle Track|February 2017
Regional News, Industry Updates & Items of Interest From Around the Country
1 STEVE KINSER TO RETIRE
Sprint Car legend Steve Kinser announced at Lebanon Valley Speedway after the conclusion of the Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions that race would likely his last. Kinser’s legacy spans five decades of racing, earning 876 Sprint Car feature race wins, 20 World of Outlaw Championships, 577 World of Outlaw feature wins, 7 Kings Royal wins, and 12 Knoxville Nationals wins. Kinser also competed in the Daytona 500 in 1995, the Indianapolis 500 in 1997, and in several International Race of Champions (IROC) series races, winning at Talladega in 1994.
2 SUMMIT RACING OPENS NEW SUPER STORE AND DISTRIBUTION CENTER
Dallas, Texas—Summit Racing Equipment has opened a new Retail Super Store and Distribution Center in the Dallas-Fort Worth Area. This Texas facility becomes Summit’s fourth Distribution Center and features a 32,000-square-foot retail space. Customers can speak directly with a tech adviser as well as be able to see parts, tools, and accessories in person before buying them. It also allows most of Summit Racing’s customers in Texas and adjacent states to receive one-day delivery on in-stock orders.
Construction of Summit Racing’s building will begin in fall 2016. The company plans to ship orders from it by mid- 2017 with the Retail Super Store scheduled to open afterward. For more information, visit www.summitracing.com
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