May 1, 2020
April 30, 2020 (Mooresville, NC.) —
The U.S. Motorsports Association (USMA) has initiated several leadership teams to help navigate all forms of racing through the COVID-19 Crisis.
The leadership teams consist of a large experienced group of owners, promoters, executives, and media that span the spectrum of motorsports. The teams are diligently working on operational best practices, government relations, financial resources, marketing, media communications, and sponsor relations.
USMA is administering Leadership Teams for circle track, drag racing, motocross, media, and marketing, with plans to launch more leadership teams as needed in the coming days.
The organization has launched a resources page on its website called the COVID-19 Toolkit that can be accessed by any racing facility, sanctioning organization, or event promoter.
The site is being updated daily as the Leadership Teams and the USMA work at a rapid pace to create and aggregate resources and information as the situation develops.
Access the COVID-19 Toolkit: www.UnitedStatesMotorsports.com/toolkit
USMA Leadership Team Members consists of stakeholders with the following organizations:
AMA – American Motorcyclist Association
Summit Motorsports Park
MX Sports / MX Pro Racing
Gateway Motorsports Park
Ultimate Street Car Association
Bristol Motor Speedway
Lucas Oil Dirt Late Model Series
Safety-Kleen / Clean Harbors
Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series
Virginia Motorsports Park
US 131 Motorsports Park
Sports Insurance Specialists
Tulsa Raceway Park
IMCA – Intl. Motor Contest Assoc.
RUSH Racing Series
ADKL, LLC. – Government Affairs
BAPS Motor Speedway
Ken Maguire & Associates PLLC
Close Racing Supply
Pit Pay Mobile Reg. App
My Laps Timing & Scoring
World Racing Group
Victory Business Development, LLC.
USMA is a nonprofit organization founded by a coalition of industry businesses, race tracks, and sanctioning organizations to advocate for all forms of grassroots racing across all 50 States. Since the activation of the USMA five years ago, our team supported by corporate partners and over 100,000 registered members, has been instrumental in solving many governmental issues for racing. We have introduced hundreds of state and local officials to their racing community. We work tirelessly to advocate for motorsports, solve issues, and build key relationships between grassroots racing and government.
To learn more about the work of the U.S. Motorsports Association please visit: SaveRacing.com