Bob Harris Enterprises awards go to IMCA  Modified, SportMod special events drivers 

AMES, Iowa – Bob Harris Enterprises marks its fifth year of IMCA sponsorship along with its first full season in its new Ames facility in 2015.

One top 10 finisher at each of 30 IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modified specials and at a dozen Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod and Scoggin-Dickey Parts Center Southern SportMod specials receives two free shock rebuilds from Harris.

A drawing will be held following the regular point season to award Race Tech Info Dirt Chassis School packages to a driver in each division. Drawing winners last year were Travis Hagen and Ethan Dotson.

Certificates for the shock rebuilds will be mailed within a week after special events results are received at the IMCA home office. Race Tech Info seminar certificates go in the mail this fall.

Previously located in Roland, Bob Harris Enterprises moved to a 60×80-foot facility in Ames last April. Approximately half that building is used for chassis repair, updates and fabrication, the other half for shock building and repair, a show room and parts area.

Harris is a builder and distributor for Afco, JRi and Penske shocks.

Bob Harris also promotes the Harris Clash. The 24th annual event is Thursday, July 16 at Knoxville Race­way. Modifieds will race for $2,000 to win and Northern SportMods for $1,000.

Information about the Race Tech Info chassis schools, set-up DVDs and shock rebuilds is availa­ble by calling 515 231-1748 and at the www.bobharrisent.com website.

“The new facility is a short move for BHE but a big improvement that increases the services they can offer IMCA racers,” said Kevin Yoder, director of marketing for IMCA. “Bob and his staff are some of the most knowledgeable in the industry and can improve your performance on the track no matter what division you race.”