Trick Flow Specialties, Tallmadge, Ohio, was name the official cylinder head company of Summit Racing Equipment Motorsports Park beginning with the 2013 racing season.
The agreement was made when Bill Bader, Jr., president and general manager of Summit Racing Equipment Motorsports Park, toured the Trick Flow facility in Tallmadge in early January, according to a press release from both companies.
“Trick Flow and Summit Racing Equipment Motorsports Park share a similar business philosophy: provide the highest quality products possible and work hard to ensure our customers are happy,” Bader said. “After touring the Trick Flow facility and meeting with the staff, I can truly say this company makes top-quality products and has the enthusiasm to get racers and fans fired up about high performance and racing. That is a win-win for Trick Flow and for Summit Racing Equipment Motorsports Park.”
Trick Flow will display its products at many of the track’s major events, including Blaster Cavalcade of Stars, the Sixth Annual Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Nationals, the 35th annual Auto-Plus Night Under Fire and the recently announced Summit Racing Equipment Shakedown at the Summit. The company will also return as the sponsor of Fright Night at Summit Racing Equipment Motorsport Park’s Halloween Classic in October.
“After having a display at the 2012 Halloween Classic and getting terrific feedback from the racers, we knew becoming full partners with Summit Racing Equipment Motorsports Park was a good idea,” Mike Downs, Trick Flow general manager. “It’s one of the premier drag strips in the country, it’s in our backyard, and it offers a large and diverse range of events. That makes the track the perfect venue to showcase our products and create brand recognition with both racers and fans.”