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2010 Expo

at the Augusta Civic Center

Under New Management
207-229-1449 - sperry@mainelymotorsportstv.com


Seminar Info:   Spotters   Driver Development

-- The 3 three-time winners of the Oxford 250 --
will be appearing together at the
Mainely Motorsports booth

GIVEAWAYS throughout the weekend

Friday from 6-8 PM & Saturday from 3-5 PM


Eddie MacDonald

CWES, ACT, PASS, and Late Model "Outlaw" racer Eddie MacDonald will be on hand at the Expo with one of his rides and some of his hardware from his incredible 2009 season.

- 2nd in the Camping World Series East Points Stanidings
- 2009 Camping World Series East Lincoln Electric/Airgas Track Championship at New Hampshire Motor Speedway
- Winner of the 1st ACT Invitational at NHMS
- Winner of the 2009 TD Bank Oxford 250

Dave Dion

Legendary New England driver Dave Dion will be travelling north from Florida to attend the Expo and meet the fans.
Dave will be there from opening on Friday until closing on Sunday. He doesn't want to miss any of his fans that want to stop by to say hello, so he will be there all three days.

Dave's career is detailed in the book
Dave Dion: No Holds Barred
written with Dave Moody.

The Sunoco Orange County Chopper created for a raffle that benefitted the Victory Junction Gang Camp
will be at the New England Racing Fuel booth.

The Maine Vintage Hall Of Fame's Mobile Museum

Expo Seminar Info:
Seminar Sign Ups will also take place at the
EXPO on Friday and Saturday!

Drawings for Spotter Seminar Participants!
At the end of each spotter seminar, there will be a drawing for
a RACING ELECTRONICS universal in-line push-to-talk button!
At the end of the 3rd seminar, there will be a drawing for a
which comes complete with noise-cancelling flex boom,
gel ear pads, and the 5-pin HD scanner option installed.

- Spotter / Manager for NASCAR star KYLE BUSCH

Hear from one of the best in the business.

Learn how to improve driver and spotter communications, improve teamwork and raceday operations. Bring the whole crew.


- manager for NASCAR star KYLE BUSCH
- client manager and leader of the driver development program for Motorsports Management International, one of the largest motorsports representation firms in the U.S. MMI have secured some of the largest contracts in the history of motorsports and corporate sponsorship.

Jeff will be hosting a Q&A luncheon to discuss driver development and driver management as well as ideas and information on promotional topics.

Bring your driver's resume!

One seminar only - Saturday, January 9th at 12 noon.

Cost is $15.00 per person.
Seating is limited to 75 for this seminar.

Sign Up Sheet HERE for the Driver Development Seminar

  PASS Stars Clark, Rowe, & Fogleman
at Northeast Motorsports Expo
Autograph Sessions
Naples ME (January 1 2010) The New Year is upon us, and race fans from all over northern New England will converge on the Augusta (Maine) Civic Center next weekend for the Northeast Motorsports Expo, the traditional lid lifter to the new racing season. The Pro All Stars Series (PASS) will once again celebrate the New Year in Augusta with autograph sessions from racers in every division.

One of the many highlights of the January 8-10 event will be appearances by 2009 PASS North Super Late Model Champion Johnny Clark and 2009 PASS South and National Champion Ben Rowe. Clark is celebrating his fourth PASS North title, while Rowe now has the distinction of being the only driver to claim all three PASS super late model Championships.

A special guest will join Clark and Rowe in Augusta on Friday and Saturday. PASS South star Jay Fogleman will make the trip from Durham, North Carolina to meet and greet northern super late model fans. Fogleman has more than 100 career wins to his credit and track championships at Orange County, South Boston and Ace Speedways. He’s won four times at Martinsville Speedway and has nine wins in the former Hooters ProCup series. In 2009 Fogleman finished fifth in the PASS South super late model standings with three wins, six top five and nine top ten finishes in his fourteen starts. Fogleman chased Rowe for the PASS National Championship title as well, finishing fifth.

PASS officials will be on hand throughout the weekend to answer questions; rules and schedules for all four PASS divisions will be available.

The autograph schedule:

Friday, January 8

6:00 PM – 8:00 PM: Jay Fogleman, Ben Rowe, & Johnny Clark

Saturday January 9

12:00 PM – 2:00 PM: Jay Fogleman & Steve Legendre

3:00 PM – 5:00 PM: Ben Rowe & Johnny Clark

Expect a number of additional drivers to join the PASS autograph sessions.

Changes Come for the 22nd Annual
ast Motorsports Expo.

There will be a change in the hours of operation, many new vendors and all areas of motorsports will be represented in this years North East Motorsports Expo. Plus, there will be unique displays and seminars that will leave you feeling enlightened.

Augusta, ME (December 2, 2009) - In all successful establishments, change can be viewed as a good thing. The 22nd Annual North East Motorports Expo under went a change in hands in 2009. SP2 Promotions, a dual operation run by Mainely Motorsport's Steve Perry and Pullen Heavy Industries owner Scott Pullen, have taken on the task of making the North East Motorsports Expo an even bigger success in 2010. Basically, the only thing staying the same this year at the North East Motorsports Expo is the venue. For the 22nd consecutive year it will be held at the Augusta Civic Center, in Augusta Maine. Former owner Tim Attaya led the North East Motorsports Expo into prosperity over its 21 years of existence. Over the years, the Expo has generated appearances by headliners such as; The Intimidator himself Dale Earnhardt Sr., The King Richard Petty and even 2009 Sprint Cup Rookie of the Year Joey Logano.  

The 2010 North East Motorsports Expo will not accentuate a Sprint Cup Series driver or owner; it will employ the services of a "behind-the-scenes" NASCAR star. Behind every driver is a team and support system that contributes to his success. 2009 Nationwide Series Champion Kyle Busch could not have achieved triumph in his career without long time spotter and manager Jeff Dickerson. Those of you, who are familiar with Kyle "Rowdy" Busch, know that it's a complex job managing such a super star and being Busch’s spotter on top of it should be a job for an army instead of one man. Dickerson not only spots for Busch in his Nationwide Series gig, he also spots for him in the Camping World Truck Series, Sprint Cup series as well as any Super Late Model event Busch participates in. Dickerson has graciously agreed to share his knowledge and expertise in a series of seminars throughout the weekend of January 8th, 9th and 10th at the North East Motorsports Expo. The seminars will be presented by Racing Electronics.

Northeast Motorsports Expo
Changes Hands for 2010
Tim Attaya Passes Torch to Steve Perry After 21-Year Run

       AUGUSTA, Maine (Jan. 2, 2009) - After a successful 21-year run that brought some of the biggest names in auto racing to central Maine, promoter Tim Attaya is turning over the reigns of his Northeast Motorsports Expo & Trade Show. Held at the Augusta Civic Center every January since 1989, the Northeast Motorsports Expo has become a tradition among northern New England's racing enthusiasts. Effective at the conclusion of this year's 21st annual show, the event will be managed and run by well known and respected motorsports personality Steve Perry.

       Perry, of Windham, Maine, is best known as the host of "Mainely Motorsports," a weekly television show on Time Warner Cable that showcases all forms of motorsports action. Racing insiders also know Perry from his days as half of the famed SP2 Motorsports team, for which Maine racing legend Mike Rowe drove with great success on the Pro All Stars Series.

       Attaya and wife Cathy have been synonymous with the Augusta show since they founded it over two decades ago. Unlike other racing-related shows, Attaya chose to include all forms of racing vehicles in his event, bringing in everything from vintage and current stocks cars, pulling tractors, motocross bikes, drag cars, snowmobiles and go-karts. If it had an engine and raced within Maine, New Hampshire or even Vermont, Attaya welcomed it to the show.

       At the official announcement, Attaya spoke with passion about his "baby," and how much he enjoyed the show despite the countless hours of work involved to put it on. He talked about his choice for a successor and what it meant to host the unofficial kickoff to each new year of short track excitement.

       "I had three possible buyers for the show," explained Attaya. "I chose Steve because I felt he would do the most with it. He's ambitious, has good ideas and has a good working knowledge of the sport. I had 21 great years, thanks to a lot of help from a host of dedicated sponsors, staff and fans. I wish Steve all the best in the future and feel confident he will take the show to new heights."

       Attaya says planning for each year’s show was time-consuming, but also led to many lasting friendships from people involved in the sport. The show became a big part of his life, but he will cherish the memories from those many weekends in the Civic Center.

       "It was very rewarding for me see the reactions from fans when meeting big-name drivers. We were lucky to have had some of the sport’s biggest heroes come up here to Maine. Fans loved it, and I enjoyed seeing them smile when getting an autograph or taking a photo."

       Perry has been a life-long race fan and has years of experience in various aspects of the sport. Just prior to the announcement of this venture, he spoke about the vision he has for the show and how he hopes to rejuvenate this once-prestigious annual gathering.

       "I was honored when Tim approached me to see if I was interested in taking over the show," Perry said. “I know what he put into it for 21 years, and he didn't want just anybody at the helm. I'm excited about this opportunity to not only continue a great motorsports tradition, but to bring back the excitement this show once had by making it attractive to national racers, their sponsors and of course more fans."

       Perry says Attaya's philosophy of including all forms of racing vehicles and displays is similar to that of his television show. That philosophy will not change under the direction of SP2 Promotions.

       "I feel the inclusion of all types of racing into the show has always worked. It keeps it interesting for fans and racers from all those groups. Our goals for the first couple of years are to enhance the displays, add new vendors and try to bring in a national star people will want to come see. It will take time and money to achieve these goals, but with hard work to attract new sponsors and build momentum, I believe we can bring this show back to where it was during its heyday."

       The dates for the 22nd annual Northeast Motorsports Expo & Trade Show were also announced here Friday. The show will be held on Jan. 8-10, 2010. To stay informed throughout 2009 regarding news and plans, visit the show’s Web site at


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