Troutman takes over reins at RPM Speedway
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November 9, 2012  |  by Darin Short

CRANDALL, Texas -- Long-time Dallas-Fort Worth businessman and racer Jason Troutman of Sunnyvale has reached terms on the acquisition of RPM Speedway in Crandall from Wesley and Pat Manry.

The change is effective as of Nov. 9.

Details such as track schedule, rules, purse, racing divisions and registration will be unveiled in the RPM Speedway booth at the Texas Motorsport Expo located in Dallas Market Hall, Nov. 30 through Dec. 1.

“I’ve always had the desire to be more actively involved in the racing community,” said Troutman. “I am also aware of the massive amount of time and dedication area track promoters invest to keep their facilities in operation. The opportunity presented itself, and I am eager and committed to help provide racers with a ‘racy’ racing surface and fans with a quality racing experience.

“I am teaming up with some key individuals in the sport that will help to facilitate the changes and updates, and to ensure our action plan is followed through.”

Troutman has a detailed plan, including reconfiguring the racing surface and addressing other key fan experience elements such as lighting and concessions.

The 2013 season will start off with a blockbuster grand opening kick-off event at a date to be revealed at the Expo. There are also plans to have a points fund with a revolutionary twist that will have an exciting race fan component never before seen.

In the meantime, email inquiries regarding the speedway can be directed to Visit for the latest in track news as it becomes available.

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