Thanks to the close partnership between the National Corvette Museum and Holley, the newly completed NCM Motorsports Park road course will be integrated into the Bowler Transmissions Countryside Cruise during the 2014 Holley LS Fest. The NCM Motorsports Park just opened on the 28th of August, and this will give LS Fest participants a unique opportunity to get acclimated to the track in a way that only a few have thus far. That acclimation will come in handy as Holley is proud to announce that the NCM track will be fully integrated into LS Fest’s schedule in 2015. Beech Bend will still be the primary location for LS Fest activities in 2015, but performance driving activities at the NCM Motorsports Park will also be part of the event.
2014 marks the fifth year for the Holley LS Fest, which is set for September 5th-7th at Beech Bend Park in Bowling Green, KY. The Holley LS Fest is an event for vehicles with GM’s LS engine and features drag racing sponsored by Scoggin-Dickey Parts Centers, the QA1 sponsored autocross, Baer Brakes 3S Challenge, Lucas Oil Drift Challenge, Snap-on Tools Show-N-Shine, Car Craft Engine Swap Challenge, ERL Performance Dyno Challenge, and the Bowler Transmissions Countryside Cruise.
For more information, visit www.lsfest.com.