When the IHRA Summit Sportsman National Championship visits Darlington, S.C. on the last weekend of March, IHRA competitors will enjoy a triple-race weekend as the Feb. 12 event that was cancelled at Palm Beach International Raceway has been rescheduled for the Darlington weekend, the IHRA announced today. The IHRA Summit Sportsman National Championship is a 15-weekend, 30-race championship event for Sportsman racers with most event weekends streaming live on ESPN3.
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Award-winning journalist Jeff Birchfield has been named director of public relations for IRG Sports + Entertainment (IRGSE), the company announced today. Birchfield joins IRGSE from the Johnson City (Tenn.) Press.
Birchfield will lead the public relations efforts for IRGSE-owned properties including the International Hot Rod Association (IHRA), Palm Beach Driving Club, Palm Beach International Raceway, Memphis International Raceway, Maryland International Raceway and Cordova International Raceway. Located at IRGSE’s West Palm Beach, Fla., headquarters, Birchfield will report to IRGSE chief revenue officer Shawn Hackman.
Two winners of this year’s Summit Sportsman National Championship will earn fabulous trips to the island of Aruba, the International Hot Rod Association (IHRA) announced today. The IHRA Summit Sportsman National Championship is a 15-weekend, 30-race championship event for Sportsman racers with most event weekends streaming live on ESPN3. The Aruba vacations are in addition to a $15,000 cash prize for the champion in each of the eight classes courtesy of Summit Racing Equipment.
The International Hot Rod Association (IHRA) welcomes DanSources Technical Services Partners, Inc., to its growing list of corporate partners. The Maryland-based technical-services company is a corporate sponsor for the IHRA Summit Sportsman National Championship.
Jupiter, Fla. - After a fantastic season debut Feb. 4-5 in Immokalee, Fla., the International Hot Rod Association (IHRA) Summit Sportsman National Championship moved 119 miles across the northern Florida everglades to Palm Beach International Raceway(PBIR) for the second of 15 weekends of racing that will comprise the inaugural IHRA Summit Sportsman National Championship.