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International Speedway Acquires Assets Of Racing Electronics

International Speedway Corp. (ISCB) Thursday said it has agreed to buy assets of Racing Electronics.

Racing Electronics is known worldwide as a leader in motorsports communications technology and equipment for motorsports drivers, teams, series, venues, and fans, as well as the exclusive provider of FanVision technology to NASCAR and NHRA.

"Our companies share a team-driven culture consumed with developing new ways to enhance the fan experience," stated Chris Schwartz, ISC Managing Director, Broadcast and Integrated Marketing and VP, Motor Racing Network. "We see the Racing Electronics team continuing to play a key role as we expand our industry footprint."

Beginning January 1, 2019, ISC will assume operation of Racing Electronics.

"We couldn't be happier to join ISC as we celebrate Racing Electronics' 30th year," stated Willis. "ISC's recent redevelopment projects at Daytona International Speedway, Richmond Raceway and ISM Raceway, demonstrate its ability to transform the race day experience for fans. We are excited to become part of this progressive Company."

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