From Brian Liskai
CAMARGO, IL — (11-19-11) – All Star Championship Racing has
some of the most educated fans in the world. So, it only makes sense that
the University of Northwestern Ohio is now the new title sponsor of the
family of brands of All Star Championship Racing.
The UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions will embark on their 2012 season
soon and officials are excited about the opportunities the relationship
between the racing series and UNOH.
“UNOH has long been a supporter of grassroots racing. Through the
university’s College of Applied Technologies, they are tied directly to
racing, providing degrees in automotive technology and high performance
technology. The All Stars are extremely proud and excited about the
opportunities this business marketing agreement has for the university, our
series and our fans and race teams,” said Guy Webb of All Star Championship
The UNOH All Star Championship Racing organizes races for the UNOH All Star
Circuit of Champions Sprint Cars, UNOH All Star Late Model Series, and UNOH
Midwest All Star Sprint Series.
The University of Northwestern Ohio – founded in 1920 – offers degrees
through the College of Applied Technologies, College of Health Professions,
College of Business, College of Occupational Professions, a graduate
college and online degrees.
The university owns and operates Limaland Motorsports Park, a dirt track
that races sprint cars, stock cars and modifieds on a weekly basis during
the summer, including hosting the All Star Circuit of Champions Sprint Cars
and the World of Outlaw Sprint Cars. The university also fields several
race cars where the students are the crews. UNOH also sponsors the DIRTcar
Nationals in Florida in February.