Story By: DEVIL’S BOWL SPEEDWAY / AIRBORNE PARK SPEEDWAY – WEST HAVEN, VT – Devil’s Bowl Speedway Owner and Promoter Mike Bruno has signed with Hoosier Racing Tire to continue to be The Official Tire of Devil’s Bowl Speedway and now Airborne Park Speedway, the track Bruno will take over in 2024.
Based in Manchester, Connecticut, Hoosier Tire East, Inc. is the regional distributor for the Northeast and has been a Devil’s Bowl Sponsor for more than a decade. Now with Bruno as the promoter at Airborne Park Speedway it was a natural fit to have both tracks under the Hoosier banner.
Hoosier has been building “Tires Designed for Champions” independently since 1978, and has been the Official Tire of Devil’s Bowl Speedway since 2018. With over 1000 types of racing tires for motorsports of all kinds, they are the largest manufacturer of racing tires in the world.
Under the terms of their new agreement for 2024, Hoosier Racing Tire is the “Official Tire of Devil’s Bowl Speedway and Airborne Park Speedway”. Elmo’s Speed & Supply the “Official Parts Supplier” of both tracks will be the official distributor of Hoosier Racing tires for Devil’s Bowl and Airborne Park Speedways in 2024. Elmo’s Speed & Supply, the fastest-growing speed shop in the area over the last five years. Along with serving the needs of racers in all divisions with a wide range of new and used parts, Elmo’s Speed and Supply also directly contributes sponsor money to area racing, including the lucrative and highly sought after $3,000 bonus which could be paid to one Sportsman Modified driver who wins the track championship at both Devil’s Bowl and Airborne Park in 2024 if such a feat can be accomplished.
Both organizations will contribute to each tracks season – long point funds, and champions will receive the coveted purple Hoosier jackets at the season ending banquets.
“I’m very appreciative for the support from Rob Summers of Hoosier Tire East and from Chris Reckner at Elmo’s” Airborne Park Speedway & Devil’s Bowl promoter Mike Bruno said. “Everyone will benefit from this deal – the teams, the tracks and the sponsors – and it means a lot to have them on board at both tracks.”