Scorpion renews awards for drivers with top win totals in each IMCA Modified, Stock region

OCALA, Fla. (Dec. 11) – Scorpion Racing Products makes winning pay off in two IMCA divisions again in 2015.

The Ocala, Fla., high performance parts manufacturer and distributor gives a set of Race Series rocker arms to drivers with the most 40-point feature wins in each of the five regions for IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modifieds and in both Arnold Motor Supply regions for IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars.

Drivers with the second through fifth highest win totals in each region all receive $100 product certificates.

2015 will be Scorpion’s seventh year as a marketing partner with IMCA and third consecutive season as part of the national decal program for Modifieds.

All Modified drivers are required to display two Scorpion decals in a designated location on their race car, and provide photographic proof of decal placement to IMCA to be eligible for national point fund shares.

Photos can be emailed to Marketing Director Kevin Yoder at the IMCA home office (kyoder@imca.com).

“Scorpion has been a great partner for the past six years and we’re excited about the early renewal for 2015,” Yoder said. “Solidifying our required decal placement is a top priority in the off season as racers are getting their 2015 wraps done earlier and earlier, so it is great that Scorpion has made that commitment.”

Feature win leaders in the five Modified regions this season were Zane DeVilbiss in the West, 30; William Gould in the South Central, 24; Jordan Grabouski in the Central, 18; Chris Abelson in the North Central, 29; and Chris Fleming in the East, 28.

Mike Nichols paced Northern Region Stock Car drivers with 32 checkers. Matt Guillaume led the Southern Region with 25 feature wins.

The product line at Scorpion also includes lifters, pushrods, valves and valve springs, as well as fuel rail kits and throttle bodies.

More information about those products is available by calling 352 512-0800, on Facebook and at the www.scorpionracingproducts.com website.