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For nearly 40 years, Jack Elam has been manufacturing race cars. The dedication to quality craftsmanship, attention to detail and willingness to build exactly what his customers ask for have helped J&J Auto Racing succeed today. Jack and the entire staff are excited to work with you and help get you and your team on the winning track.
Penske Racing Shocks (PRS) was formed in 1988 when the need for a higher performing shock absorber was identified by the Penske Racing Indy Car team. A small design office was established in Reading, Pennsylvania to produce high-quality 4-way adjustable dampers. Based on the success of Penske Racing, others noticed the competitive edge they enjoyed from a properly handling racecar and made inquiries about the shock absorbers. Eventually, PRS began to supply shocks to other Indy Car teams, as well as move into the F1 market.
Smileys Racing Products and Hoosier Tire Southwest has been in the racing business for 29 years in the Dallas, Fort Worth area. All employees at Smiley's Racing Products and Hoosier Tire Southwest are directly involved with race teams either as owners, drivers, pit crew members etc... What this means to you our customers is racing advice that has been tested on the track first, then we pass our findings on to you our customers.
Boundless Motor Sports realized the huge potential of DIRT Late Models and the power of the World of Outlaws brand. On January 9th, 2004 it was able to sign contracts with 12 of the top DIRT Late Model drivers in the country. Using the brand name that has been synonymous with the greatest short DIRT track Sprint Car racing, DIRT MotorSports expands the brand to also include the greatest DIRT Late Model racers. Within weeks of the formation of the series, tracks have lined up to schedule over 45 races for the 2005 Series.