The leading pole buildings to display their cars and drivers in Motorsport 2023

Driver autographs, race car displays, and more will welcome fans as they enter the 2023 Pioneer Pole Buildings Motorsports Show. The magic will begin at the front entrance of the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center when the doors open Friday, January 20 at 2 p.m. and Saturday, January 21 at 11 a.m. where you’ll find a massive show. for exhibition sponsors.

Pioneer Pole Buildings (PPB), which is headquartered in Schuylkill Haven, Pennsylvania, has been the sponsor of the Motorsports Trade and Race Car Show since 2014. When the 37th edition takes place, they will once again display several of their sponsored race cars and will have three driver sessions Signed on Saturday. PPB will also have information available on their many services.

It will be one of the featured cars of the entire show on PPB. Billy Bausch Jr. will debut a new Dirt Modified car at the show, which he will race this season with a retro paint scheme in honor of his father. On Saturdays from 1-2 p.m., Billy Bausch Sr. and Son will sign autographs on PPB Showcase.

National Sprint Car Hall of Fame driver Fred Ramer is leading an autographed group Saturday from 12-1 p.m. for an autograph session. Ramer will be joined by his sons, Freddie and Brandon. Freddy won the Lincoln Motorcycle Championship again this year and his brother Brandon who is also the best 410 Sprint Car driver.

2022 NASCAR Northeast Region and Grandview Speedway Champion Craig Von Dohren and fellow 2-to-3 Modified driver Davey Sammons will sign. This group will also include USAC East Sprint Series driver Dave and his brother Jonathan Swanson as well as Trevor Cupillars (USAC EAST Sprints) also as SpeedSTR driver Cal Zingili .

The Hirthler family of racers led by brothers Brian (Modified) and Kevin (Sportsman) will be joined by siblings Jesse (Sportsman) and Kayla (Quarter Midget) signing 3 to 4. This group also includes Brett Bieber (Slingshots) and members of the Warner Racing Team.

Von Dohren, Rahmer, and Jr. cars are expected to feature. and Swanson, Zangli, and Bieber in the PPB area.

In the display area next to the Pioneer screen will be the area where many of the show cars will be displayed. This will include the No. 41 Ford Stewart-Haas Mustang which will be driven on the NASCAR Cup Series this season by Ryan Preece.

This Saturday from 3 p.m., Brees will be on stage talking about his full-time return to the Cup Series this season and his last season’s victory over the NASCAR Truck Series. He would then sign autographs next to United Rentals No. 41 from 3:30 to 5:30.

Former NHRA Champion Bruce Larson will take home the Funny Car title in the show area, too. Larson will be available for autographs, photos, and to speak with fans during the majority of the show.

Pauch Sr. will be honored during the entire show with a display of the cars he drove, two stage displays and a 50-foot wall of photos of Pauch Sr. during the show Friday and Saturday for signed copies of “THE LAST COWBOY: The Life and Times of Billy Pauch” that will be available for sale at the show In the kiosk directly across from the Pioneer screen.

“Billy The Kid” will be part of two stage shows. On Friday night at 6:30 many of his racing friends will join him for a fun discussion. On Saturdays at 3:30 he will be joined by former car owners followed by a one-on-one session with the audience.

Pioneer Pole Buildings, Inc. We build the highest quality and most structurally sound products in the industry. All buildings are designed to carry winds of at least 90 mph. Each Pioneer building has been individually designed by the expert engineering department and built on site. Company representatives will be on hand during the two-day show to answer any questions regarding their services.

Pioneer-sponsored cars will be part of the nearly 200 race cars of all types on display. Many highways and organizations will use the show to announce their plans for the new season.

Offering educational seminars about the racers will make Motorsport Saturday a very important day for the racers. Check out the recently released schedule on the show’s website.

The show is open on Fridays from 2-9pm. Saturday hours from 11 to 8 pm. The displayed box office opens daily one hour before the show. The special viewing area which includes the Billy Pauch Tribute is open for viewing prior to the show.

Taking place this Friday at 8pm, Aqua-Duck Water Transport is sponsoring the Ms. Motorsports competition. Thanks to the Aqua-Duck, this year’s winner will receive $2,500 and the bathing suit winner $500. Contestants are urged to enter in advance.

Big Wheel Races will be held by the RAACE Foundation on Saturdays at 2pm in three age groups from 3 to 9 years old. No pre-entry required, children with their parents must check-in at the stage area before 1pm. Big wheels are provided.

Show hours run from 9-2pm on Friday and 11am-8pm on Saturday. Tickets are available at the door starting one hour before the show opens.

A limited amount of display space remains. This information is available online at motorsportstradeshow.comby emailing Danny Sammons at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Or by calling the show office at 609-888-3618.

The Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in the Oaks remains a great location in the middle of the Northeast motorsports world in suburban Philadelphia. It’s easy to get in and out with plenty of free parking surrounding the exhibition centre.

Hotel rooms and other offer information is available at Or by calling the show office at 609-888-3618

Display space is still limited at this event. Contact showrunner Dan Sammons at 609-888-3618 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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