Howell Tractor Treats Customers to Speedway’s Fast Friday

Howell Tractor and Equipment treated customers to a great view and a day at the races in the MI-JACK suite for the Fast Friday event at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on May 15 in Speedway, Ind. It

Fri June 05, 2015 - Midwest Edition
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The guys from Midwest Access Solutions enjoy the MI-JACK Suite hosted by Howell Tractor and Equipment. (L-R) are Chris Moore, Joe Tiffany and Nathan Wade.
The guys from Midwest Access Solutions enjoy the MI-JACK Suite hosted by Howell Tractor and Equipment. (L-R) are Chris Moore, Joe Tiffany and Nathan Wade.
The guys from Midwest Access Solutions enjoy the MI-JACK Suite hosted by Howell Tractor and Equipment. (L-R) are Chris Moore, Joe Tiffany and Nathan Wade. A close view of the pit area as well as the finish line. The number 32 MI-JACK car is driven by Oriol Servia and owned by Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing (L-R): John and Stephen Yucus and Jacob Aden, all of Archer Daniels Midland, take the tour of the garage and pit areas. Sasha Vukas (L) and Mike Matson of Niagara LaSalle Corporation tour the garage area. Mike Lanigan (L), president of the Lanco group of companies and co-owner of Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing, with co-owner Bobby Rahal in the MI-JACK Suite. Rahal was the 1986 Indianapolis 500 winner. Howell Tractor and Equipment customers got a fantastic view of the speedway from the MI-JACK Suite. (L-R): Alan Johnson, area manager of Howell Tractor and Equipment, welcomes Roxanne and Derrick Kloc of Reliable Asphalt Corporation to the Fast Friday event. Rich Brolly (L), president of Mining International, Joliet, Ill., and Alan Johnson, area manager of Howell Tractor and Equipment, enjoy the festivities at the MI-JACK Suite. Tom Ellis (L), general manager of Howell Tractor and Equipment, shows the MI-JACK Suite to Joe Gouwens, Superior Construction. (L-R): Tom Ellis, general manager of Howell Tractor and Equipment; Bob Hynes, Arcelormittal Steel; Bob Byrne, director of the CE division of Howell Tractor and Equipment; and Jeff Hynes, Fritz Enterprises Inc., enjoy the Indy series practice. Inside the MI-JACK Suite at the Indianapolis 500 Motor Speedway. Mary Mendez gives tours of the garage and pit areas to Howell Tractor and Equipment customers. The number 15 car is driven by Graham Rahal and owned by Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing. Howell Tractor customers got to see the garage and pit areas on the Fast Friday practice at the famed Indianapolis 500 Motor Speedway.

Howell Tractor and Equipment treated customers to a great view and a day at the races in the MI-JACK suite for the Fast Friday event at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on May 15 in Speedway, Ind.

It was a very exciting day for Howell Tractor and MI-JACK, whose owner is the Lanco Group, Mike Lanigan, co-owns the Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing team. The team had two cars in the Indy 500; number 15 car driven by Graham Rahal sponsored by Steak-N-Shake, and the number 32 car driven by Oriol Servia.

Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing is based in Hilliard, Ohio, and Brownsburg, Ind., and is co-owned by three-time IndyCar Champion and 1986 Indianapolis 500 winner Bobby Rahal, Mi-Jack co-owner Mike Lanigan and CBS LATE SHOW host David Letterman. The team has been competing for over two decades, compiling 30 victories (20-IndyCar, 10-ALMS), 42 poles (29-IndyCar, 13-ALMS) and three series championships (1992-IndyCar, 2010 and 2011-ALMS), as well as claiming an Indianapolis 500 victory in 2004 with Buddy Rice. In 2009, the team joined BMW of North America to campaign the new BMW M3 in the American Le Mans Series, and in 2010 and 2011 won both the Manufacturer and Team Championships in the GT category.

Since 1943, Howell Tractor & Equipment LLC has prided itself on around the clock professional service for its customers.

Howell’s extensive product line of excavators, mini-excavators, shovels, wheel loaders, skid steers, haul trucks, dozers,material handlers, and hydraulic hammers comes from manufacturers such as Allied, Gehl, Kawasaki, Hitachi, Mantis, Moxy and Sennebogen.




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