Fuel Management Key Seminars At PPB Motorsports Show

OAKS, PA: Free seminars have proven to be very popular attractions during the 30-year history of the Pioneer Pole Buildings Motorsports 2015 Presented by Sunoco Race Fuels and Distributed by Insinger Performance Race Car and Trade Show. When the 30th Anniversary edition of the show takes place at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks, Pa January 23-25, 2015 there will be a full schedule of the one hour seminars during the Friday and Sunday show days.

Topics covered in the seminars will include Sponsorship Helps, Race Car Set-Up and Maintenance, Tires Prep, Legal Advice and more. The seminars are free to everyone purchasing a show ticket.

There is bound to be a full-house on hand for the Frankie Good seminar on Fuel Management. He will address reading Spark Plugs, handling changing weather conditions and so much more.

Good is the founder of Good Motorsports, LLC, a company devoted to excellence in automotive performance located in Mooresville, NC. He has a traveling race car chassis dyno that gets a lot of attention and it has been used by the last ten Daytona 500 and 24 Hours of Daytona winners.

In addition to his own company catering to short-track racing, Good also works for Tommy Baldwin’s NASCAR Sprint Cup team.

Having grown up in New Jersey, Frankie spent his summers at Orange County Fair Speedway in Middletown, NY. His background includes driving Micro Stocks and NASCAR Late Models before taking a job with DIRT Modified talent Brett Hearn. Over the years he has worked with Filmar RACING, Robert Yates, and Richard Petty Motorsports along with Gillett-Evernham Motorsports.

Good’s seminar will be one of more than a dozen seminars presented during the three day show.

“We are excited to have Good and other experts agreeing to present seminars,” said show promoter Len Sammons. “We have an impressive list of seminars that will offer a great deal of valuable information to attendees. And it is free (to ticket holders).”

Included in the show, in addition to the seminars, will be just about everything imaginable in motorsports with more than 600 exhibitor booths offering products and services for the racers along with items of interest for fans including collectibles.

Many speedways and sanctioning organizations will be offering information on their events planned for the 2015 season.

Fans will have the opportunity to meet many well-known racers and personalities at the show and collect autographs.

New this year will be a large display of historic, classic and vintage cars along with more than 200 motorsports vehicles representing drag racing, NASCAR Sprint Cup and everything between including dirt track racers.

Exhibit space, very limited, remains available and information can be had at motorsports@aarn.com or telephone 609.888.3618.