By SEMA News Editors
PMH Announces 2024 Powering Diversity Scholarship Recipients
Parella Motorsports Holdings, the parent company of the SpeedTour event series, has announced the recipients of its Powering Diversity Scholarship.
The scholarship will aid drivers competing in the Trans Am Series, Ligier JS F4 Series, Formula Regional Americas Championship (FR Americas) and Sportscar Vintage Racing Association (SVRA).
2024 PMH Powering Diversity Scholarship recipients:
- Michele Abbate
- Kaylee Bryson
- Maite Cáceres
- Harbir Dass
- Taylor Ferns
- Justin Garat
- Tyler Gonzalez
- Ava Hanssen
- Nicole Havrda
- Jenn Krpata
- Rafa Matos
- Landan Matriano Lim
- Christopher Parrish
- Amy Ruman
To read the full announcement, visit gotransam.com.
NOS Energy Drink Extends World of Outlaws Sprint Cars Title Sponsorship
NOS Energy has extended its partnership with the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series in a multi-year deal.
The extension will make it the longest-running title sponsor in series history. The World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series welcomed NOS Energy as its title sponsor in 2019 and extended the partnership several years later.
NOS Energy began working with the series in 2018, becoming the World of Outlaws Sprint Cars "Preferred Energy Drink" and signing on as the primary sponsor of Stenhouse Jr./Marshall Racing driver Sheldon Haudenschild in the same year.
For more information, visit worldofoutlaws.com/sprintcars.
Latrobe Speedway Moves to FASTRAK Sanctioning for 2024
Latrobe Speedway in Pennsylvania has signed on to operate under FASTRAK sanctioning in 2024.
Latrobe Speedway pro late model competitors will race under the Richmond, Kentucky-based FASTRAK banner in 2024 and will compete for the $10,000-to-win Weekend Warrior Racing powered by FASTRAK National Championship in 2024.
Latrobe Speedway will also host at least one FASTRAK Touring Series event, with a date to be determined.
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