During the show, which will be held Dec. 12-14 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, racers, crew members and competitors can visit open Q&A sessions and technical seminars hosted by BILSTEIN and Engineer Kevin Rumley, a shock tuning, chassis development and data acquisition guru who will speak on topics such as shock loading, data logging and chassis setup.
BILSTEIN University is designed to demonstrate the user-friendly benefits of BILSTEIN’s products to race teams and customers, and educate them on how technical shock and setup knowledge can give them a competitive edge.
BILSTEIN University with race engineer Kevin Rumley allows you to:
Get hands-on with BILSTEIN shock-building tools, pistons and accessories.
Hear brief technical lectures on pertinent topics for your racing program.
Attend Question and Answer sessions with industry experts.
Learn just how easy BILSTEIN shocks are to work on and how quickly they can be built.
Those interested in attending tech talk sessions with Rumley should visit the BILSTEIN booth #2001 each day at 11 a.m. during the PRI show. Q&A sessions will be held throughout the show.
In addition to BILSTEIN University, BILSTEIN Motorsports will also welcome its newest team member, Tim “T-Mac” McCreadie. McCreadie will be displaying his new dirt track Lucas Oil Late Model in the booth. Information will also be available on the company’s new and exciting product offerings, including motorsport-derived muscle car dampers, a selection of AS2-R modular systems, and new SMX Series applications.