Caged racing - the first indoor one - debuting next year

Posted on Saturday, 26 September 2009 , 13:09:46 byEmil

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Caged racing - the first indoor one - debuting next year

A brand new type of racing series will debut next year on a 22-foot high racetrack indoor caged custom engineered. Caged Heat Racing Series pits 30 custom-made half-scale stock vehicles against each other.

It will start in April having a 20-city tour in the U.S. The race nights includes audio, pyrotechnic effects, lighting, inside The Cage racing, a track - 22-foot-tall, 67.5 degrees banked, 125-foot straight-aways, sweeping turns 80-foot x 180-degree.

CEO Caged Heat Racing Series Thomas Wall affirmed 'We're very excited about the launch of this exciting new sports property, and to be in discussions with potential sponsors and partners who see the value proposition and ROI that the Caged Heat Racing Series offers'.

He added 'With the popularity of racing in the United States and an economy on the rebound, now is the perfect time to offer race fans and sponsors a new, affordable, exciting sport'.

30 drivers minimum will be rivaling every week on the track engineered for supporting them, fitting into exactly the same seating option as hockey rink NHL. The light and sound effects - similar to a big arena rock event, Monster Trucks, the X-Games and World Wrestling Entertainment,.

Jeff Andretti, ex IndyCar, NASCAR driver and Jeff Andretti Coaching Group's CEO said 'My family and I have been involved in racing our whole lives and The Caged Heat Racing Series is truly a unique event that I'm very excited to witness and be affiliated with'.