Archive for February, 2010

Hoosier Racing Tire to Supply Tires to the ARCA Truck Series in 2010

St. Marys, WV  (2/25/10) – The officials of Phoenix Management Group announced today that Hoosier Racing Tire, Lakeville, Indiana, will be the exclusive race tire of the ARCA Truck Series for the 2010 race season. 

“We are proud to have Hoosier Tire on board with the ARCA Truck Series,” said Phoenix Management Group member Ed Yoak.  “They have had a great presence in the ARCA organization for many years and we want to continue that.”

Hoosier Racing Tire was started in 1957 by Bob and Joyce Newton in an abandoned horse farm in South Bend, Indiana. The business has grown from the original two founders to the largest race tire manufacture in the world, and all Hoosier Race Tires are still proudly “Made in the USA.” Hoosier is the official tire of the ARCA Racing Series as well as many other high profile series’.  In 2000, the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame Museum recognized Hoosier Racing Tire as the “Builder/Manufacture of the Year.” Hoosier has also grown to be one of the largest employers in Plymouth, Indiana.

“I have always thought it is the best tire for our series,” said Tom Cumbow, the General Manager of the ARCA Truck Series. “Besides it being a great tire, knowing they are all made in the USA is just a bonus!”

Hoosier Racing Tires will be supplied to the ARCA Truck Series through Ed & Company Racing Supplies of Columbus, Ohio. Ed & Company Racing Supplies will have a selection of new tires at every event, except the races in Canada. Hoosier tires can be purchased thru Ed & Company Racing Supplies for pre-season testing by contacting them at 614-274-5889 or visiting them on the web at

The next event for the ARCA Truck Series is at Salem Speedway in Salem, Indiana on April 24th, 2010. For more information on the ARCA Truck Series, please visit

Howe Racing Enterprises Joins the ARCA Truck Series in 2010

St. Mary’s, WV (02/23/2010) Officials from Phoenix Management Group announced today that Howe Racing Enterprises of Beaverton, Michigan have signed on as a contingency sponsor for the ARCA Truck Series for the 2010 racing season.

“We are ecstatic to have Chas Howe and his team at Howe Racing Enterprises involved in our series,” said Frank Wilson, Jr., the Chairman of the Board of the Phoenix Management Group. “He is a big supplier of chassis and racing components to our series and we look forward to continuing to build our relationship.”

Howe Racing Enterprises as separated themselves from many other racing businesses by selling quality products, many that are made by them. They are known across the country for their chassis, custom radiators, and their latest masterpiece- precision ball joints that are used all the way from the short tracks in Michigan clear up to the high banks of Daytona in the top three touring series of NASCAR.  Howe Racing Enterprises also has a 1/6th mile test track located behind their facility which they use for testing new concepts, providing a controlled environment to tune basic handling characteristics.

In addition to being a contingency sponsor for the ARCA Truck Series, Howe Racing Enterprises will sponsor the “Howe Race Performer of the Year” award.  The award will acknowledge the driver who wins the most events in the 2010 race season.  At the 2010 ARCA Truck Series Banquet, the Howe Race Performer of the Year will receive a certificate either for $500 of Howe Racing Products or a Howe ARCA Truck chassis valued at $2,875.

The first event for the ARCA Truck Series is April 24, 2010 at Salem Speedway, Salem, Indiana. For more information, please visit