Summit Racing Equipment, the world's largest direct marketer of automotive performance equipment, will serve as the title sponsor of the first annual Summit Racing Equipment Atlanta Motorama at Atlanta Motor Speedway April 26-27.

"We wanted to bring what we know to the Motorama and are very excited about all the events and activities that are planned for the Motorama," said Summit Racing Equipment Motorsports & Events Manager Jim Greenleaf, "It will be a very exciting event and a perfect partnership, we are looking forward to for years to come."

The Summit Racing Equipment Atlanta Motorama will feature the Super Summit Vendor Showcase that will give attendees the opportunity to interact with hundreds of motorsports industry professionals.

"Summit Racing has been a great partner of Atlanta Motor Speedway," said Atlanta Motor Speedway President and General Manager Ed Clark, "and their involvement brings years of motorsports experience to the Motorama."

As Georgia's premier motoring festival, the Summit Racing Equipment Atlanta Motorama will feature varying makes and models of automobiles as well as planes, boats and anything with a motor. Prizes will be awarded to winners in multiple classes.

Activities and displays featured throughout the event weekend include an auto show, swap meet, bike show, car corral, automobile clubs and a manufacturers' midway. New events and displays continue to be added.

Admission to the Summit Racing Equipment Atlanta Motorama is $12 per day for adults, $5 for kids ages 6-11 and kids 5 and under will be admitted free. For more information, visit www.atlantamotorama.com or call (770) 707-7904.

About Summit Racing Equipment: Established in 1968, Summit Racing Equipment is the leading high performance parts and accessories company. Summit Racing offers the largest selection, lowest prices, and best customer service in the high performance industry via catalogs, Internet, and Retail Super Stores. The company is headquartered in Tallmadge, Ohio with retail locations in Tallmadge, Ohio; Sparks, Nevada; and McDonough, Georgia. For more information, please visit www.summitracing.com.