CLINTON TOWNSHIP, MI – June 6, 2016 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Katech announced today that it will hold its eighth TRACK ATTACK high performance driving event at the all new M1 Concourse track in Pontiac on July 16-17. TRACK ATTACK is one of the first instruction-oriented events to be held at the new motorsports venue, that is open to the public.
“TRACK ATTACK began in 2008 mainly as a Katech customer appreciation event,” says Jason Harding, Director of Aftermarket Operations for Katech, and founder of the event. “TRACK ATTACK is open to anyone with an interest or passion for high performance driving. In addition to high performance it is also high-value, meaning we limit the number of participants to ensure lots of individual instructor attention and track time, we provide full vehicle support, the food is great, and, every participant has the opportunity to ride with legendary pro-driver Andy Pilgrim at the wheel.”
The event is open to beginner through advanced level performance drivers. Beginner and intermediate drivers receive expert training and plenty of uncrowded track time with their instructor in their vehicle. Registration ends July 1 and is limited to the first 50 participants. The cost for the 3-day event is less than $1,000 and includes instruction for you and your guest. For more information and to register, visit www.katechengines.com.
“We are very excited to be hosting Katech TRACK ATTACK at M1 Concourse,” said Brad Oleshansky, Founder and CEO of the $50M motorsports development on north Woodward in Pontiac. “The Katech team knows how to run a first-class instruction-oriented track event, and it is a great opportunity for us to showcase our track and all the amenities it will have to offer.”
“We could not be happier bringing this event to Michigan,” adds Warren Frieze, Katech’s General Manager. “Katech has been a Michigan company and member of the performance engine industry for nearly 40 years. The M1 Concourse project gave us the opportunity we were looking for to bring the event to the Motor City.”
Founded in 1977, Katech provides their customers with cutting edge performance engines and accessories, and offers a wide range of technical and motorsports related services including engine design, prototyping, testing, manufacturing, and vehicle modifications. Katech’s engines have won professional races across the globe, they have powered the famous GM Corvette Racing team, and have won the legendary 24 Hours of LeMans six times. The expertise gained in decades of motorsports has allowed Katech to perfect their successful high-end street performance product line. www.katechengines.com
About M1 Concourse
M1 Concourse will be both a private club and public destination designed to leverage the passion of the largest concentration of car enthusiasts in the world. The community of Private Garages will accommodate more than 1,000 classic cars set along a 1.5-mile performance track. A large portion of the project is open to the public, where people can enjoy restaurants, a walkable village of auto-focused businesses and year-round programming, including car shows, concerts, product demonstrations and more. The idea for M1 Concourse grew directly and organically from the needs of the local auto enthusiast community. Complete details can be found at www.m1concourse.com.