For Immediate Release 1/1/2019
Our goal and vision for Alamo City Motorplex is to bring our racers and fans the premier drag racing experience in South/Central Texas said Essie, Parsa, and Poria Mianabi, who are the owners and operators of Alamo City Motorplex. Through consistency, transparency, and honest business practices, we will execute our vision and provide our racers, fans, and business partners a positive, prosperous, and enjoyable racing experience.
With these goals in mind, it is with great pride that we are announcing our membership to the National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) along with welcoming the newest member to our team at the Alamo City Motorplex.
Madyson Ayesh has been named General Manager at Alamo City Motorplex. Madyson comes to San Antonio, Texas from Kansas, and has a successful and storied background in the Kansas racing community. Most recently Madyson held the role of Track Manager at Kansas International Dragway, which is a Division 5 NHRA Member Track. During Madyson’s 7 years at Kansas she held roles in Sales, Marketing, Concession, and Track Operations. While under her leadership at KID, Madyson launched several community outreach programs. Included in those were a KID hosted school supply drives, food supply drives, along with partnering with The Epilepsy Foundation of Missouri and Kansas.
Last month, Madyson was honored with being named one of Drag Illustrated “30 Under 30” for her work at KID. During her tenure as the Track Manager, KID was spotlighted by ESPN and National Dragster Magazine as a member track spotlight. The track was also featured by DragZine for their efforts to rebuild the track after storm damage. Only one week after major damage, the track was able to successfully host their largest no-prep event of the year. In 2013 KID was Division 5 NHRA Finals Champions, with runner-up finishes in 2014 & 2015. She also launched “RIOT” (Race It On the Track) and Midnight Grudge Fest as ways to get street racers off public roads and back into a safe, controlled environment.
Madyson was born in Wichita, Kansas and has spent her entire teenage and adult life at the local dragstrip. She is an avid dog lover, as well as a proud rescue parent of Roxie, her 3-year-old pit bull from a local rescue in Wichita. When Madyson is not working at the track, she spends her time with Roxie, along with reading personal development books, and enjoying nature.
We at Alamo City Motorplex are excited to take this step with the NHRA and new track leadership. Further details on Alamo City Motorplex’s NHRA membership, along with other 2019 changes will be posted on their Facebook Page and Website.