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The EMCO Gears Classic begins the 2012 season at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course this weekend, June 8-10.
Tom Yeager has been named Grand Marshal of the Mechanics Bank Vintage Grand Prix of Mid-Ohio.
AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame member and noted designer Craig Vetter -- whose contributions to motorcycling range from the iconic Windjammer fairings and the Triumph X-75 Hurricane to the Mystery Ship limited-production high-performance motorcycles and a number of high-profile motorcycle fuel-economy contests -- will be honored as this year's grand marshal at AMA Vintage Motorcycle Days featuring Rockers and Mods, July 20-22, at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio.
Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course announced that Mechanics Bank will title next month’s Vintage Grand Prix of Mid-Ohio.
Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, The Mid-Ohio School and American Honda Motor Co., Inc. announced a three-year extension of the parties’ existing partnership.
Mid-Ohio is starting its 2012 docket early with a season-opening FanFest that will be held at the track Friday, May 4.
Fans of all ages are invited out for this free event starting at 5 p.m. As people file in, they are welcome to head to their favorite spot to watch the races as the Potomac Porsche Club of America will be competing on track until 5:30 p.m. Following that, the track is open to fans for pace car rides in official Mid-Ohio vehicles. Up next, parade laps take place during which fans will have the opportunity to drive their vehicles on the same racing line as legends like Mario Andretti and Jackie Stewart.
Linda Mihalec and Patricia Reese were the two winners during Mid-Ohio's Tax Day promotion earlier this week.
Tax Day 2012 is tomorrow and what better way to spend some of that big refund than possibly getting two years of tickets for the price of one.
Kim Green and Kevin Savoree, owners of Green Savoree Racing Promotions, announce today important changes to their business operations that are intended to maximize the organization’s growth in the North American auto racing sector. Effective May 1, Terry Angstadt, previously president of INDYCAR’s commercial division, will assume the role of executive vice president and general manager of Green Savoree Racing Promotions and will be given the day-to-day reigns of Green Savoree Sports and Entertainment, a newly created subsidiary devoted to managing the sales and marketing activities of Green Savoree properties along with the evaluation and acquisition of new opportunities.