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Contact: K-MAC Sports, 512.417.9414


K-MAC Sports set to go ‘4-Wheel Crazy’


Austin, Texas (8/17/06) – K-MAC Sports Productions has been making waves with its on-line race broadcasts of Texas racing events during the 2006 season, and now looks to raise its standards even higher.


The broadcasting company, which debuted its motorsports coverage with a delayed broadcast of the season opener for the Texas Super Racing Series (TSRS) Late Models on March 18, 2006 from Houston Motorsports Park (HMP), will do live broadcasts for four races from the same location this Saturday (Aug. 19).


The live four-race schedule includes a diverse mix of racing divisions and drivers. The Texas Super Racing Series (TSRS), a staple on the K-MAC Sports broadcast, will compete in the Bayou City 100. The Thunder Hill Raceway (THR) Street Stock Division will return to the K-MAC airwaves (at www.kmacsports.com) in a special “touring series” style race. This will be the first time that many of the street stock drivers and teams have raced at the beautiful facility and they will prove to be worthy of the spotlight again.


The two additions to the broadcast will be the HMP Pro Late Model and Pro Modified divisions. Both divisions use a mixture of crate motors and high horsepower racing engines to “wow” the HMP crowds. The different engine combinations, along with a mixture of young and veteran drivers, are a mix that should entertain the K-MAC listeners.


“I just can’t believe how fast things have moved for K-MAC Sports since the first race in Houston,” stated K-MAC Sports Co-Owner and Operations Manager Kevin McAdams. “Together, we’ve learned so much about broadcasting these races and have found out what works and what does not. The momentum that K-MAC Sports has built – along with our partners from TSRS and Thunder Hill Raceway – on the motorsports side of the broadcasting should help us expand and continue to improve our high school football game coverage this upcoming season.”


Bobby Chaffee, who made his broadcasting debut earlier this year at Houston, commented on the races. “K-MAC Sports is moving almost as fast as the races that we cover. Besides just having fun while doing the broadcast, we enjoy the experience working with the series and teams that we cover. The reaction and support from the series, drivers and fans that we receive make it all worth it. Giving the racers a chance to shine like never before is what we’re all about – they deserve the spotlight.”


Co-owner Chuck Licata added, “We’d like to thank HMP co-owners Graham and David Baker and their fine staff for all their help in making this ‘quadruple-header’ of racing possible. They have worked diligently to make sure all our needs are met to make the broadcasts happen. We appreciate everything the Bakers and their staff do for local racing in Texas.”


K-MAC Sports will broadcast the Houston Motorsports Park races at its home web site, www.kmacsports.com. The broadcasts are available for free replays, 24/7, at the site.


For ticket information on the “Bayou Classic” at Houston Motorsports Park please visit the series web site at www.houstonmotorsportspark.com. To keep up with all the news on the Texas Super Racing Series championship chase, please visit their web site at www.manracingpromotions.com.



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