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MAHLE Aftermarket Joins Engine Pro To Sponsor Must See Racing

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The winged sprint series starts its fifth year of racing on April 11, 2014, on some of the best circle tracks in the nation including Anderson Speedway, Lucas Oil Raceway and Berlin Raceway.

 

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FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. — Clevite engine bearings, a product of MAHLE Aftermarket, will join Engine Pro as a marketing and performance partner with Must See Racing Xtreme Sprint Series (MSRXSS) for 2014.

 

The winged sprint series starts its fifth year of racing April 11, 2014, on some of the best circle tracks in the nation including Anderson Speedway, Lucas Oil Raceway and Berlin Raceway.

“Must See Racing is about racers pushing their cars to the limits, and since MAHLE Aftermarket
manufactures performance parts capable of withstanding those limits, this sponsorship
is a natural fit,” said Ted Hughes, manager – marketing for MAHLE Aftermarket Inc.

Engine Pro president Don Weber said,”Must See Racing represents the future of automobile racing. MSRXSS presents competition that is exciting, professional and fun to watch, whether you’re a die-hard race fan or a casual enthusiast.” Engine Pro’s sponsorship of the series makes sense because Engine Pro manufactures and distributes engine parts for every vehicle from the family mini-van to ultraperformance racing cars, Weber added.

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Along with MAHLE Aftermarket and their Clevite engine bearing brand, several of Engine Pro’s key suppliers are also participating in MSRXSS programs in 2014 including ARP, Dura-Bond, Ferrea, Hastings Manufacturing, MAHLE Motorsports, Melling Performance and Rollmaster/Romac.

“We always welcome our sponsors’ passion and support for short track racing. Engine Pro and its key suppliers are a great asset for our teams on the race track and a major supporter of the MSRXSS television programming including replays appearing on MAVTV and other national networks. We are excited to bring the ‘World’s Fastest Short Track Cars’ into the homes of race fans worldwide,” said Jim Hanks of Must See Racing.

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