Katech Inc., a Clinton Township-based high performance engine developer, will hold a driving event for local performance drivers to gain track experience and training at the newly established M1 Concourse track in Pontiac.
Track Attack is one of the first public instruction-oriented events to be held at the new motorsports venue.
“We are very excited to be hosting Katech Track Attack at M1 Concourse,” says Brad Oleshansky, founder and CEO M1 Concourse. “The Katech team knows how to run a first-class, instruction-oriented track event, and it is a great opportunity for us to showcase our track and all the amenities it will have to offer.”
The event is open to beginner through advanced level performance drivers. Drivers will receive training and track time with an instructor in their vehicle, full vehicle support, and an opportunity to ride with pro-driver Andy Pilgrim.
Registration ends July 1 and is limited to the first 50 participants. The company previously held its Track Attack event in Joliet, Ill.
“We could not be happier bringing this event to Michigan,” says Warren Frieze, Katech’s general manager. “Katech has been a Michigan company and member of the performance engine industry for nearly 40 years. The M1 Concourse project gave us the opportunity we were looking for to bring the event to the Motor City.”
For more information and to register, visit katechengines.com.