Speedway Motors Hosts Racer Appreciation Day

Feb 5, 2014

Speedway Motors will host its second Racer Appreciation Day from 1-8 p.m. Feb. 15 at the company’s Lincoln, Neb., headquarters.

Hundreds of new racing parts will be on display at Speedway Motors’ Racer Appreciation Day, according to the company. The event gives racers the opportunity to try on new safety gear and take advantage of free shock dyno services and special pricing on parts-counter purchases.

“Local racers have been a crucial part of Speedway Motors’ success throughout our 62-year history,” said Clay Smith, Speedway Motors president. “Our Racer Appreciation Day event is just one way that we can support these loyal customers who share our passion for racing.”

Speedway’s seasoned tech experts will offer informative breakout sessions on critical topics like shock tuning and maintenance, driver safety, brake systems and cooling, along with tours of Speedway’s warehouse.

The Museum of American Speed also will be open for touring all afternoon. Guests will receive free food and refreshments, plus chances to win raffle prizes and other giveaways, according to Speedway Motors.

For more details, visit SpeedwayMotors.com/RacerAppreciation.dlp.