For immediate release-
Las Vegas, NV
Sigma Performance Services (SPS) announced today that they will be making changes in their team leadership structure to provide better opportunities for its internal team members and to help expand the support of its client base. These changes include a separation with former director of competition, Preston Peltier.
Joe Farré, Owner of SPS, stated “We are very proud of the progress and success that was made during our association with Preston, and we will continue to work together to support each other under our own independent paths.”
SPS is a Las Vegas Based team, that was considered a locally based “team” just a few years ago.
Under an aggressive multi-year growth strategy, and with the help of many talented individuals, including Peltier, SPS was able to grow to include a broader, “national” level component, that included both competition, and high-performance service and support to racers throughout the Western US. Farré continued, “This change really provides expanded opportunities for everyone involved to refine the practices that have work well in the growth and success of SPS, while providing
opportunities for all individual to pursue their own vision of how to provide an expanded platform of services to the racers around the Country.”
Track participation, and customer support will not change, and will include the continued support of our SRL competitors including the TMI #25 and #21 cars, along with Jim Wulfenstein in the #12 and the #54 SPS house car. SPS’ affiliation with the Kasey Kleyn, Madera Jr. Latemodel team will continue, as well as expanded support and participation in the SRL Pro-Late Model series, and the growing Las Vegas Motor Speedway Pro-Late model division.
For more information please visit www.racesigmasps.com