PLATTE CENTER, Neb. – Drivers in IMCA’s South Central Region for Modifieds enjoy title sponsorship from a chassis builder on the cutting edge again in 2015.
Razor Chassis provides a portion of the $6,000 point fund to be paid to top 10 drivers in the region, which includes tracks in Texas and southern New Mexico, for a second consecutive year.
Owned by Travis Roth, Razor manufactures both Modified and Northern SportMod chassis and also retails high performance parts.
The Platte Center, Neb., company won North Central Region honors in IMCA’s 2013 Manufacturer’s Cup contest. Razor shared that title and finished third in the overall cup standings last season.
“The Razor brand has been a force in IMCA Modified racing each of the past two seasons and their drivers have helped them capture at least a share of regional Manufacturers’ Cup championships,” noted IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder. “They are off to a strong start again in 2015 and I anticipate seeing a number of Razor cars at the top of regional and national points again this year.”
The top driver in regional standings earns $2,500. The runner-up gets $1,250 with $625 for third, $325 for fourth, $300 for fifth and $200 for sixth through 10th.
All drivers must display two Razor Chassis decals on their race car to be eligible for point fund shares.
More information about Razor-built chassis is available by calling 402 246-2021, at the www.razorchassisbyclark.net website and on Facebook.
William Gould is the two-time defending champion in the Razor Chassis South Central Region.