Carolina Auto Racing Show (CARS) and Dick Berggren’s Speedway Illustrated are proud to announce a new partnership that will reward some lucky attendee’s at the 2nd Annual Carolina Auto Racing Show January 4-5 at the Hickory Metro Convention Center.
Some lucky racers and attendees may pick up thousands of dollars’ worth of prizes at one of Carolina Auto Racing Show’s biggest attractions, Let’s Make a Racin’ Deal. January’s Carolina Auto Racing Show will be the site the most exciting game show auto racing has ever seen with Let’s Make a Racin’ Deal. Similar to the legendary game show, contestants will guess prices, choose between curtains and boxes, and other nostalgic activities with the hope of winning huge prizes. There are sure to be plenty of laughs with stunningly big prizes awarded. Outrageous, host-attention-getting, clothing is strongly encouraged. Last time, 10 attendees won over $15,000 in under an hour. Can the Carolina Auto Racing Show’s attendees top that?
The Carolina Auto Racing Show (CARS) is a hard core industry show geared toward the racer and race team. Last year’s inaugural show saw close to 100 exhibitors and over 230 booths! The event will be January 4-5 at the Hickory Metro Convention Center. For more information please visit www.carolinaautoracingshow.com
Dick Berggren’s Speedway Illustrated, America’s favorite motorsports monthly magazine, is produced by a family-owned American small business. The magazine’s writers and photographers, including Dick Berggren, Bones Bourcier, Mike Adaskaveg, and Rob Sneddon, are the most recognized and highly-awarded journalists in motorsports. Guest authors such as Ken Schrader, Carl Edwards and Tony Stewart regularly appear.
In its 12th volume, Speedway Illustrated has a circulation of 40,093 passionate readers who appreciate all levels of stock car racing, from their local dirt track to the NASCAR Sprint Cup series. Many readers actively participate in the sport and seek Speedway Illustrated for its highest-rated technical stories that help them race faster, safer, and for less money. Discriminating readers choose Dick Berggren’s Speedway Illustrated.