By Ernie Saxton
OAKS, PA November 23, 2011 . . . A sprint car racing legend, a former sprint racing star turned TV personality and an author/TV broadcaster will be appearing at the Motorsports 2012 Presented by VP’s SEF Small Engine Fuels Race Car and Trade Show set for January 20-22nd at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks, PA.
Hall of Fame sprint car racer Doug Wolfgang will join Brad Doty and Dave Argabright as the trio meets fans and sign autographs as part of the Coastal 181 display area at the show both on Friday and Saturday.
Wolfgang, winner of 107 World of Outlaws sprint car feature races, will be talking about his “Lone Wolf” book that will be available at the Coastal 181 display. The book, written by Wolfgang and Argabright, covers Doug’s five Knoxville Nationals wins and his long sprint car racing career. Wolfgang will also host a FREE sprint car chassis set-up seminar during the show.
Doty will have copies of his new “Still Wide Open”( second edition) book written with Dave Argabright. It is one of the most inspiring and powerful books in all of motorsports. Doty is a member of the SPEED television crew that covers a number of sprint car racing events.
The third member of the trio is one of the most prolific writers in the motorsports business and is a talented TV broadcaster. Argabright has written books on a number of key people in the industry and is currently finalizing a novel on the sport. He hopes to have that new book available at the show.
All three are looking forward to having the opportunity to chat with fans at the 27th edition of the Motorsports show which is organized by Len Sammons Productions and fills all 255,000 square feet of the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center with everything motorsports.
More than 200 racing vehicles representing just about all forms of the sport will be on display throughout the three days.
Show attendees will have the opportunity to meet many local, regional and national motorsports figures and be able to participate in free autograph sessions.
More than 600 exhibit booths offering 400 plus racing dealers, hardcore manufacturers of racing equipment, and more will be part of the huge show considered the biggest and best of its type in the Northeastern and Mid-Atlantic states.
There will be free industry seminars, antique race car displays, stage shows, interviews with major figures in the sport, the BPG Racing Ms. Motorsports Contests, the special Metal Fab sponsored Sunday activities for youngsters and so much more.
Information on exhibiting in the show, booth space is filling very quickly, can be had by telephoning Tim Hogue at 609.888.3618.
Show information, ticket prices and more can be had by checking in at www.aarn.com.