Over Kill Motorsports becomes official paddock supplier of SVRA

Over Kill Motorsports becomes official paddock supplier of SVRA

Vintage Motorsport / Historic

Over Kill Motorsports becomes official paddock supplier of SVRA


Sportscar Vintage Racing Association (SVRA) today announced that Over Kill Motorsports is now the official paddock supplier of SVRA. The company is a leading provider to the motorsports community offering the latest and best in motorsports products.

“SVRA takes a lot of pride in partnering with world-class companies as our sponsors, and Over Kill is a fantastic example,” said SVRA CEO Tony Parella. “We also like connecting our car owners with excellent vendors who have what they need when they need it.”

Founded in 2009 by the father and son team of Mitch and Mitchell Clary, Over Kill Motorsports remains a family business but has expanded into global markets as a premier dealer for new and used motor coaches, RVs, enclosed trailers, golf carts, and pre-owned cars. Their product line is made by industry-leading manufacturers such as Renegade RV, inTech Trailers, Gold Rush Trailers, Bravo Trailers, Pace Trailers, WildSide Trailers, Yamaha Golf Carts, Garia Golf Carts, and Star Electric Vehicles.

“The SVRA paddock is smack in the middle of our wheelhouse,” said Mitch Clary, president and owner of Over Kill Motorsports. “We provide top-quality essentials for car owners and prep shops to transport their equipment, get around the paddock safely, and even create hospitality centers. We know SVRA members to be discerning people who demand top quality at a fair price. We will be there for them.”

Other top-brand companies that have joined the list of SVRA sponsors include Jaguar, Land Rover, Merrill Lynch, NetJets, Sunoco, and Mazda. SVRA’s nationwide platform is at the heart of the organization’s growth strategy. It is combined with the significant participation of legendary professional drivers and leveraging the high net worth demographic in the paddock for sponsorship attraction. This provides three pillars for business expansion. Company officials report consistent annual triple-digit growth since 2012.