TODAY 2PM EST: USGTC and Whelen USTTC to feature on GoRacingTV.com’s live coverage of the PRI Trade Show.

2pm EST TODAY (Friday, Dec 2, 2011), the North American Road Racing Association’s President and CEO Tom Antonelli will feature in the first of three segments about NARRA on GoRacingTV.com’s live stream from the 24th Annual Performance Racing Industry Trade Show.

Antonelli will be discussing the success of the US GT Championship’s inaugural year and what lies ahead in 2012.

11am EST TOMORROW (Saturday, Dec 3, 2011), NARRA General Manager Rob Morrison and spokesperson Tom Drewer discuss the US Performance Driver Education program with motorsport personalities Tom Hnatiw and Alfredo Nin.

1pm EST TOMORROW, the Whelen US TimeTrial Championship will be the topic of discussion when Morrison and Drewer again talk to hosts Hnatiw and Nin.

Both the USGTC and Whelen USTTC attract beginner to professional level drivers in high-end, high-performance GT cars such as BMW, Corvette, Ferrari, Mitsubishi, Lamborghini, Porsche, Subaru and Viper.

NARRA recently announced the 2012 calendar for both the Whelen US TimeTrial and US GT Championships.

Both series begin with INDE Motorsport Ranch in Wilcox, Arizona (March 23-25) followed by Road Atlanta (April 13-15), Road America (May 11-13), NJMP (June 8-10), VIR (July 6-8), Monticello (Aug 24-26), TWS (Sept 21-23), and finishes with Watkins Glen (Oct 19-21).

Watch GoRacingTV.com live from the PRI show at http://www.goracingtv.com/12/01/2011/goracingtv-pri-livestream-mazda-cooper-tire-stage/

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About NARRA:

The North American Road Racing Association (NARRA) is a promoter and sanctioning body, owning and operating three series including two national championships and a driver education program. Its Whelen US TimeTrial Championship and US GT Championship are quickly becoming the time-trial and racing home for high-end and high-performance GT cars. Both series are complimented by the highly regarded US Performance Driver Education program.

The integrated approach of school, time-trial and wheel-to-wheel racing allows competitors to step up through the NARRA ranks, from first-timer to seasoned professional. NARRA regularly sees professional racers and outfits racing against amateur and semi-pro drivers and teams. The simple weight-to-power based rules and classing structure mean cars developed for existing series are easily placed, and are immediately competitive, in NARRA classes.

NARRA also offers a complete venue and series hosting service for OEM, semi-pro, and pro racing series such as the Dodge Viper Cup. Multiple commercial opportunities exist for series naming rights and event sponsors, contingencies and trackside vendors. For more details visit NARRAonline.com .

About PRI:

The worldwide racing industry gathers in Orlando, December 1-3, 2011, for the 24th Annual Performance Racing Industry Trade Show. Taking up 700,000 square feet, 1000+ companies will display the latest advances in racing products and race engineering. Engine parts, suspension components, data acquisition, safety gear, new metal alloys and coatings, machining equipment, race electronics…it’s all part of the world’s largest racing trade show.

Arriving from 65+ countries, 40,000 buyers will scour the displays to source the new technology that will be winning races next year. It’s all hardcore racing. No fuzzy dice. No neon windshield wipers. The PRI Trade Show is so big, they can’t afford to miss a single day. For more details visit performanceracing.com .

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For general inquires, upcoming event information and registration visit NARRAonline.com, email us or call 817 829 4893.

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