ARRA Adds Additional Florida Speedweeks Page!
Ringoes,NJ – ARRA – Auto Racing Research Associates announce that for the first time in the history of the groups website, they will be splitting up one of their popular web pages on their auto racing statistical website. With the recent Florida Speed Weeks racing just wrapping up as satellite programs to the racing at nearby Daytona International Speedway, the timing could not be better to have one of ARRA’s busiest historians, Thomas Schmeh, former National Sprint Car Hall of Fame and Museum Executive Director, submit a complete and comprehensive study of the weeks racing history at the New Smyrna Speedway.
“Tom has proven to be a great addition to our group of national historians” boasted ARRA President Fred Voorhees….” Tom continues to steamroll full bore in his research for numerous different subjects at a time. I knew he was working on the New Smyrna Speed Weeks stuff for both the Late Models and the Modifieds. Our ARRA website had a page dedicated to the Speedweeks results for both the dirt and asphalt modifieds. “ noted Voorhees. “However, with Tom’s submission, we chose to make a change.”
Now, ARRA’s website has two pages dedicated to the Speedweeks racing at both the Volusia (dirt) and New Smyrna (asphalt) speed plants. Voorhees wrapped up with “Tom’s submission was so complete and factual and widespread that it warranted a page by itself for the New Smyrna Speedweek action.”
Racing fans can now find the Speedweek’s dirt racing results from Volusia here: https://sites.google.com/view/tracks-series-organizations/dirt-modifieds-in-florida?authuser=0
Those fans looking for the New Smyrna Speedweeks asphalt results can find them here: https://sites.google.com/d/1-88q6VhmrHycu_DXyy0XDVfyPzAGfvIQ/p/1EDotrt4oPh8FybTlRsmxdSk-cnHjmaNk/edit
Auto Racing Research Associates is a group of two dozen auto racing historians across the country banded together for the purpose of the research, documentation and displaying of auto racing history such as driver win statistics, as well as track, racing series’ and organizations histories and also the background of racing personalities, particular cars from the past and various other interesting facts of racing history that should not be forgotten.