Moody Motorsports Welcomes Two New Sponsors for 2015 Upgrades to New Facility in Off-Season

Lewisberry, PA – Moody Motorsports and driver Kyle Moody announced today that the team has added two new sponsors to the line-up for the 2015 season. Silver Lake Inn and Dynatech Controls, Inc will have primary space on the No. 99M sprint car. Also, ISSC Kanson Electronics will continue their partnership with the team this season. 

Silver Lake Inn is a restaurant and bar located in Lewsiberry, PA just under three miles from Susquehanna Speedway. The restaurant features weekly specials and entertainment. For a complete schedule or menu offering, visit silverlakeinn.net.

Dynatech Controls, Inc.is one of Pennsylvania’s premier open system integrators in providing intelligent building automation solutions. Currently, Dynatech operates out of its corporate headquarters located in Lancaster, PA. dynatechcontrols.com

With a productive off-season, the team was able to move into their brand new 960-square foot facility located in Lewisberry, PA. The increased space will allow for more productivity and storage for additional inventory. 

Moody saw victory in 2014 with a big win at Lincoln Speedway in the Kevin Gobrecht Memorial race, but the team still had its ups-and-downs during the season. 

“I’m really looking forward to the upcoming season,” said Moody. “We had a lot of exciting things happen this off-season, including adding Jason Helt to the team who will be taking the reins on the mechanical side of things.”

With the increased inventory, Moody is optimistic that the team will be able to handle a more aggressive schedule this season. 

“It was an incredible experience to pick up my first 410 win, especially the Kevin Gobrecht Memorial, but there were some nights we struggled more than we would’ve liked. Our goal this year is to get more consistent and fight for position up front each week. We’re hoping to build our inventory this year for a more aggressive schedule. As of now, Lincoln will still be our “home track”, but it would be great if we could race at any track, on any given night.”



 
 




 
 
 

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