Engine Pro Joins Must See Racing for Sixth Year - Engine Builder Magazine

Engine Pro Joins Must See Racing for Sixth Year

Engine Pro has renewed its marketing partnership with Must See Racing (MSR) sprint car series for a sixth year. Engine Pro president, Don Weber said, “For us, MSR represents an exciting series that is fast, fun and promotes automobile racing at the grass roots level. That’s a great venue for Engine Pro.”

Car Number 7 driven by MSR favorite, Jacob Wilson. An Indiana native, Wilson won the prestgious PayLess Little 500 at Anderson Speedway in 2013.
Car Number 7 driven by MSR favorite, Jacob Wilson. An Indiana native, Wilson won the prestgious PayLess Little 500 at Anderson Speedway in 2013.

Engine Pro has renewed its marketing partnership with Must See Racing (MSR) sprint car series for a sixth year. Engine Pro president, Don Weber said, “For us, MSR represents an exciting series that is fast, fun and promotes automobile racing at the grass roots level. That’s a great venue for Engine Pro.”

MSR features sprint car events throughout the U.S. at some of the best-known short tracks in the country. In 2015, MSR will compete and sanction events at Hickory Motor Speedway, which hosts the season’s opening race in April; Anderson Speedway, Salem Speedway, Angola Motorsport Speedway and others. Berlin Raceway in Marne, Michigan hosts the Engine Pro “Fast Car Slash,” which is scheduled for August.

Must See Racing events are broadcast on a variety of television and internet venues including MAVTV.

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