Major Sponsors Return for Third Annual Show/Many Auction Highlights.

SYRACUSE, NY – The Northeast Racing Products Auction, Trade Show and Swap Meet (NRP) is getting ready for its third annual event showcasing the very best vendors in all forms of motorsports. The weekend of November 22 and 23, 2019 are the dates and the New York State Fairgrounds in Syracuse, NY is the site.

Major sponsors have returned to back the annual event which is a mere few booths of a sell out. The event will once again be fueled by VP Racing Fuels while rolling in a Keizer Aluminum Wheels wrapped by Hoosier Racing Tires. The auction area will be sponsored by the Weedsport Speedway and Kartway.

The show over the years saw a wide array of vendors from dirt track, to asphalt, modified, sprint car, any type of racing you can think of, it was represented. “To have the show only a few days away gets all of us excited,” noted promoter Jeremie Corcoran, “We are just about sold out, the response from the vendors has been overwhelming and those vendors is also adding many new parts for the auction.”

Some of the auction highlights is the complete rolling chassis from Bicknell Racing Products, Troyer Race Cares is supplying a frame and body as well as Bernheisel Components/Lazar Chassis Late Models. The Donath MotoWorx/Pace Performance Crate Engine was a big hit last year and new for the 2019 show is a frame and body from DKM Fabrication.

Any company that is interested in the 2019 NRP event is encouraged to contact Jeremie as soon as they can at (315) 374-2839 or email northeastracingproducts@yahoo.com.

“If someone wants to get into the show at the last minute we sure won’t turn them around, we will find space,” Corcoran added, “This show is for everyone and we hope it continues to grow.”

You can visit the website www.northeastracingproducts.com and find info on the Facebook page by simply searching Northeast Racing Products.

November 22 and 23, 2019…The Northeast Racing Products Auction and Trade Show is getting ready to show you a big variety of motorsports and for the third year in a row