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Media Release Michael Stewart Racing

As a new Speedway season approaches us; The Michael Stewart Racing Team is preparing for the first race of the Speedcar Season on the 3rd of October at Sydney’s Valvoline Raceway.

The Michael Stewart Racing Team would like to announce our new partnership with Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers, joining us for the 2015/16 Speedcar Season as our naming rights sponsor.

Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers represent a distinct step forward in dyno technology, featuring advanced load control, data acquisition and innovative data analysis concepts, not offered by other manufacturers.

Mainline DynoLog is based in Sydney Australia and their dynamometers are distributed throughout the United Kingdom, Europe, United States of America, Asia, New Zealand and regions in the Middle East. 

With their dyno’s being used by Nissan Motorsport, Holden Special Vehicles (HSV), the Holden Racing Team (HRT), Robert Bosch Australia, K & N Filters , MoTeC Australia, and many others, it’s evident that they offer the best of the best. 

Many may of heard of Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers through a fellow Speedway racer; Dave Murcott Australia Number 1 in a Sprintcar racing for Dave Horrell Motorsports, and more recently their involvement in the V8 Utes with their names used as the number plates on every car. We are very lucky to have a sponsor on board that knows Speedway and has a vast background in motorsports. 

This season looks like it is going to be an impressive one; running the Mainline DynoLog powered Speedcar 51 with many prestigious races occurring in New South Wales, especially the 75th running of the Australian Title at our home track Valvoline Raceway.

We look forward to working alongside Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers for this upcoming race season, we are setting goals and aiming high for the best results this season. Remember to stay tuned into the Michael Stewart Racing Facebook Page all race updates before, during and after race meetings.

Follow this link to the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers Website for more information on what they do best:

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