Proper communications between officials is essential during a race weekend, and for 2012 Total Two-Way Radio has returned as the official communications supplier for the Pro Modified Racing Association, the Quick 32 Sportsman Series, and the Pro Bike & Sled Series.
We’re thankful and pleased to have Total Two-Way Radio on board with us once again, stated Bruce Mehlenbacher, Director of Operations for all three drag racing series. Our operations people are in constant communication and are able to perform their duties at one of our events much better with the help of the two-way radios.
He added that race officials including the starter, spotters, announcer, control tower, staging, fire/safety/rescue, operations, and media personnel will be equipped with the Motorola professional series radios.
Total Two-Way Radio, based in Toronto, Ontario, has vast experience in the wireless communication industry. Along with a full line of portable, mobile, and infrastructure radio products, Total Two-Way Radio also supplies GPS tracking systems. The company also provides a full range of system design, implementation, repair, and maintenance for its customers throughout Ontario and Nova Scotia.
Officials for the Pro Modified Racing Association, the Quick 32 Sportsman Series, and the Pro Bike & Sled Series will be utilizing their Total Two-Way Radio equipment for the 2012 season opener, the Victoria Day Weekend Challenge, to be held May 18-20 at the Cayuga Dragway of Toronto Motorsports Park. All three series will be competing to offer a colorful and exciting package of drag racing action.
The Pro Modified Racing Association, www.PMRA.ca competes with its two companion series, the Quick 32 Sportsman Series, www.Quick32.ca and the Pro Bike & Sled Series, www.PBSS.ca offering a solid and full package of drag racing action.
For more information on Total Two-Way Radio, visit www.totaltwoway.ca
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