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ididit, Uncategorized

TECUMSEH, MICHIGAN: The 2018 NMRA season kicks off this weekend with the Spring Break Shootout in Bradenton, Florida. One of the most anticipated classes is ididit’s Outlaw True Street — a No Time heads-up eliminator on Saturday night that covers an eighth-mile distance. Unlike other classes, Outlaw True Street vehicles must make a 30-mile road tour, be on DOT-approved tires and have street legal steering safety features like a horn and turn signals in order to compete.
“Witness some of the baddest street-driven Mustangs on the planet at the NMRA Spring Break Shootout when the ididit Outlaw True Street class takes over the dragstrip,” said Steve Wolcott, co-founder of the NMRA. “Big-time power at insane speeds make Outlaw True Street a category to watch with big money and major bragging rights are up for grabs!”

ididit’s Pro-Lite performance column is the steering solution of choice for Outlaw True Street competitors.
 The ididit Pro-Lite Straight Floor Shift column weighs under 6 pounds, half the weight of a standard ididit column. It contributes immediate performance enhancement from OE weight reduction alone, before any of its other features are even factored in. For those requiring their vehicle to transition seamlessly from the track to the streets, ididit Pro-Lite columns include self-canceling turn signals, 4-way flashers and collapse a full five inches for enhanced driver safety.

The Pro-Lite installs easily using the pre-existing dash mount and ididit’s exclusive and simple plug-in wiring connectors, and ships with a brand-new ididit floor mount. The Pro-Lite column is designed to work with most quick-release steering wheel hubs, but for the rare occasion where exact fit is not to be achieved, ididit offers a line of steering wheel adaptors to ensure the project comes together without a hitch. Standard features on the Pro-Lite include 5” of collapsibility, 1” -48 lower shaft, 3 7/8” wiring plug, self-cancelling turns signals, 4-way flashers, wiring for horn, and stylish knob and lever – topped off with a black microtex finish that is both durable and attractive.
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Bilstein, Uncategorized
Poway, California, Feb 27, 2018 – Performance suspension companyBILSTEIN has named Aaron Morey its new Head of Motorsports for the U.S.

As Head of Motorsports, Morey will implement strategies across the various motorsports segments to increase market share growth. He will lead the motorsports team as BILSTEIN continues to develop and release the latest in shock technology.
Morey has more than 15 years experience in motorsports sales and marketing leadership. Most recently, Morey served as Director of Sales and Marketing at Keyser’s Port City Racing, where he led global sales for the leading aftermarket suspension manufacturer.

“Aaron’s experience in motorsports leadership is impressive,” said Steven Beaty, President of Aftermarket and Motorsports, thyssenkrupp BILSTEIN of America. “With a proven record creating and implementing motorsports sales strategies, Aaron is a valuable addition to BILSTEIN’s motorsports team.”

A Michigan native, Morey lived in Texas and Tennessee before attending high school and college in Columbus, Ohio. A motorhead from an early age, Morey started slot car racing at age 4, and by the time he was 7 he was racing 1/18-scaled gas cars across the Midwest.

At 11 he was competing in the World Karting Association, and at 13 he started racing BMX bikes, winning more than 160 events over three years and climbing to second in the U.S. rankings.
At 18 he started racing an UMP Dirt Modified car on local circle tracks, and over the next 17 years competed in everything from the World of Outlaws Late Model Series, sprint cars and the USMTS Modified Tour.

“What I enjoy most about my career is the competition,” Morey said. “I love winning and hate finishing second. Working in the motorsports industry, you’re always looking for the wins every weekend and using those wins to grow sales.”

His hobbies now are his two children, Hope (16) and Luke (9). They enjoy racing, snowboarding and spending time on the lake.

“I am very excited to be a part of the thyssenkrupp family and look forward to accomplishing goals and helping our team win on the track and off,” he added.