Holley Performance renews awards for five IMCA divisions

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – Drivers in five IMCA divisions chase a variety of awards from Holley Performance again in 2014.

The Bowling Green, Ky., manufacturer and 16-year marketing partner has renewed a program benefitting IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modified, IMCA Sunoco Stock Car, Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod, Scoggin-Dickey Parts Center Southern SportMod and IMCA Late Model competitors.

Top eligible drivers in each of the five Modified regions receive 750 cfm gas or alcohol HP carburetors. Prod­uct certificates for $350, $250, $100 and $100 go to the next four drivers.

Top three eligible drivers in both Stock Car regions receive 350 or 500 cfm carburetors. Fourth and fifth place drivers receive $100 product certificates while sixth through 10th place finishers each get $50.

Northern and Southern SportMods determine claim engine recipi­ents of 500 cfm carburetors or crate engine recipients of 650 cfm carburetors. Runners-up get $175 cer­tificates, with $125 for third and $50 for both fourth and fifth regardless of what type of engine they compete with.

Both the national Late Model rookie of the year and the Deery Brothers Summer Series rookie of the year earn 4150 series gas carburetors.

Drivers in all five divisions must compete with Holley-manufactured carburetors to be eligible and proof of pur­chase may be required.

Modified, Stock Car and SportMod drivers have to complete and return a sign-up form to the IMCA home of­fice by Aug. 1. Stock Car drivers are also required to display two Holley decals on their race cars.

Information about Holley-manufactured products is available by calling 270 781-9741 and at the www.holley.com web­site.
“One of the great aspects of this program is the flexibility to award the right carburetor depending on each racer’s winning preference,” observed IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder. “Gas or alcohol, claim or crate, it doesn’t make a difference to Holley as long as they are meeting the eligibility requirements and competing with that high-quality Holley carburetor.”