Twin Lakes, WI – Five Star Race Car Bodies will host a Body Tech Summit on Saturday, March 9 at its facility in Twin Lakes, Wisconsin. The event aims to help manage the consistency of pavement Late Model body inspecting around the country.
The 2019 Body Tech Summit will feature inspection techniques for the new Gen6 Late Model Body, including an opportunity for attendees to get hands-on experience with the new body’s templates and updates made to the Referee.
Attendees will be advised on how to properly use the Referee template and learn proper body-inspection techniques, tools, measurements, and tolerances. The Summit will also cover some of the most common discrepancies found at tracks.
Like the first Summit in 2017, this year’s is open to all track and series owners as well as their authorized tech staff. There is no charge to attend and all attendees will leave with a certificate of completion.
To sign up for the 2019 Body Tech Summit e-mail [email protected] with the following information:
Full Name of Attendee
Track Series or Affiliation
Supervisor/Tech Official Approving
Registrations must be received by Monday, March 4.
Special hotel rates are available at Harbor Shores Lake Geneva ($119/night park view, $139/night lake view) and Hampton Inn Burlington ($99/night). Use code: Five Star Bodies.
Five Star Race Car Bodies, a division of Five Star Fabricating, Inc. is the leading manufacturer of lightweight and durable body components for the auto racing industry. Five Star’s continuous innovation in material composition and molding processes has allowed delivery of large, complex composite body panels with both structural integrity and aesthetic quality. Five Star racing windows and carbon fiber body panels are used in all motorsports, creating new standards in toughness, durability and weight reduction.
-Five Star Race Car Bodies Press Release
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