IHRA welcomes popular Bradenton Motorsports Park as newest member track (1 Viewer)

Toyse Jr

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Courtesy of IHRA.com
NORWALK, Ohio (December 7, 2011) – The International Hot Rod Association (IHRA) is
proud to announce the return of popular Florida facility Bradenton Motorsports Park
to the IHRA family of member tracks.

Bradenton, a former IHRA national event facility in the late 90s, is an extremely
popular racetrack in the southeast that draws thousands of spectators and racers
with special events and big races held throughout the year. The facility managers
are very much looking forward to taking advantage of the numerous sportsman racing
programs offered by the IHRA and anticipate hosting major IHRA sportsman racing
events for years to come thanks to a three-year deal.

“The management and staff at Bradenton Motorsports Park are thrilled to become part
of the IHRA racing family beginning in 2012,” said Dave Lansberry, Vice President of
Marketing and Development at BMP. “The facility is known for personalized service
and commitment to sportsman racing and we are convinced that our patrons will enjoy
the opportunities offered by sanctioning with the IHRA.”

Known as a top racing destination, IHRA is excited to welcome BMP as the newest
member track

Located on the western edge of the Sunshine State, Bradenton is open year-round with
racing almost every weekend. During the year the track hosts a number of large-draw
spectator events and big races including the U.S. Street Nationals, Outlaw Drag
Racing Championships and more and is a popular destination for professional testing
during the winter months. Bradenton also prides itself on being a sportsman-driven
facility with exciting weekly programs that will only continue to grow with the
inclusion of IHRA’s multiple special programs including the popular Summit

“The Summit SuperSeries offers unparalleled value and prize availability and our
monthly points competitors will have an opportunity to shoot for that $200,000
package as well as other opportunities in the future including our usual exciting
array of special events and some new additions for 2012 and beyond,” Lansberry

Bradenton becomes the fifth IHRA track in the state of Florida, joining Central
Florida Racing Complex, County Line Dragway, Immokalee Regional Raceway and Palm
Beach International Raceway. The IHRA is quickly approaching a member-track list 100
strong and features facilities in 28 states and five countries.

For more information on the IHRA and its programs, visit
Home Page for complete details. For more information on
Bradenton Motorsports Park, visit Bradenton Motorsports Park Bradenton, Florida.
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