The popular RACEceiver one way scanner units used throughout the motorsports community will now be used at all USAC National Point .25 Series events, with the first race in Tamp. Fl scheduled for March. These radios will be optional in the Point .25 series, but highly recommended for the young drivers.
These units offer an affordable one way communication system so the driver can hear transmissions from the control tower during a race. The scanners are defaulted to USAC's driver frequency of 464.5500. The RACEceiver notifies drivers of cautions, restart lineups and driver positioning, ultimately making race programs run more safely and more efficiently.
This new updated unit has a new featured not offered any where but USAC. The USAC driver frequency comes hard coded, and when the battery is replaced the frequency is automatically reset to USAC.
These same units may be used by USAC fans as well to hear what's going on throughout any USAC race. As an added bonus the RACEceiver one way scanner is scannable and serves as the optimal *NASCAR and IRL scanner when attending these others sanctioning bodies' races.
The exclusive USAC Raceceivers are available through the on-line store at USACRacing.com for $129.95, which also includes the ear buds.