PRI 2021: Safety-Kleen to Support Short Track Racing with the Garage Shop, Racing America - Engine Builder Magazine

PRI 2021: Safety-Kleen to Support Short Track Racing with the Garage Shop, Racing America

Safety-Kleen—the provider of waste management, used oil recycling and re-refining, and more—will host The Garage Shop and Racing America, powered by Speed51.TV, from its Booth #5349 during the 2021 PRI Trade Show in downtown Indianapolis, Dec. 9–11.

The partnership will give short tracks and industry insiders the chance to see what the newly-launched website offers in content and live-event coverage. Plus, they will be able to meet with representatives about livestreaming on Speed51.TV from their tracks. Racing America and Speed51.TV representatives will be on hand to meet with current short track partners and prospects to discuss broadcasting rights to livestream their events on its network.

Zaya Creations, the production company formed by The Garage Shop and Labware, Inc., will conduct recorded interviews with motorsports celebrities and industry leaders for future podcasts on The Garage Shop YouTube channel.

As part of the announcement, the NASCAR No. 71 Bobby Isaac Dodge Daytona Tribute car, built by The Garage Shop and recently raced at the historic Bonneville Salt Flats, will be on display.

“Safety-Kleen is proud to support the efforts of the Race Team Alliance the initiatives of Racing America and Speed51.TV at the PRI Show,” said Drew Patey of Safety-Kleen. “We already have a strong connection to the short tracks across America, and look forward to them stopping by to see the Dodge Daytona, talk with The Garage Shop and Speed51.TV to see what we all offer.”

Make sure to catch The Garage Shop’s NASCAR No. 27 Donnie Allison Ford Talladega Tribute car in the eBay Motors Booth #4809.

For more information, visit To learn more about the PRI Show, visit To register for the 2021 PRI Show, visit   

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