Crane Cams to partner with Berlin Raceway
Marne, MI -- Berlin Raceway is excited to announce a new partnership with Crane Cams. With Crane Cams Ignitions being the required ignition system for the Template Late Models, Crane Cams and Lane Automotive have come onboard and will provide year end product certificates to participants in the Super Late Model division.
“We are excited about the opportunity to work with the great people at Berlin Raceway,” stated Terry Johnson, Ignition Product Manager at Crane Cams. “The 2013 season will be the start of a long relationship with the track and the teams.”
Crane Cams began in 1953 as Harvey J. Crane Jr. made his first camshaft in his father’s shop in Florida. The company grew and enjoyed its first success in the auto racing world in 1961 when Pete Robinson won the NHRA Nationals in Indianapolis. Today, Crane Cams is proud to be a company that manufactures American-made products. Their priority is to make products that are designed, manufactured, machined and assembled in America.
More information about Crane Cams is available by calling 866-388-5120 or find them online at www.cranecams.com
Berlin Raceway’s 63rd year of operation will begin on Saturday, April 13 for the 2nd Annual Icebreaker featuring the Outlaw Late Models, Super Stocks, Sportsman and 4-Cylinders. Tickets are just $10 for adults, $7 for students 12-17, $5 for kids 8-11 and children 7 and under are free; racing action will begin at 7:00 p.m. More information about the 2013 season can be found at www.berlinraceway.com.