New sponsor Dynamic Drivelines looking to grow with rookies in six IMCA divisions 

DES MOINES, Iowa – Rookie drivers in six IMCA divisions are in the running for product awards from a rookie IMCA marketing partner this season.

Dynamic Drivelines of Des Moines gives steel drive shafts to national Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modified, IMCA Sunoco Stock Car, IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock, Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod and Scoggin-Dickey Parts Center Southern SportMod rookies of the year.

Top first-year competitors in both the national IMCA Late Model standings and Deery Brothers Summer Series earn carbon fiber drive shafts.

“When I talked with IMCA, we agreed it would be neat to work with the rookies. We’ll grow together,” said company owner and industry veteran Mike Bennett. “We manufacture drive shafts for all IMCA divisions and our emphasis is on customer service, dealing one-on-one with the people who buy our products.”

Dynamic Drivelines opened last April. While manufacturing, warehouse and shipping all remain under one roof, Bennett has already hired two employees and will be a regular visitor to tracks around Iowa and the Midwest again this season.

“We do rely a lot on social media but I still went to 70 races last year,” said Bennett, a former IMCA Modified driver. “We have a good base of customers from the friends and acquaintances I made racing and we look to build on that this season.”

The initial program with Dynamic Drivelines also includes $50 gift certificates at 90 special events. Those awards will be mailed from the IMCA home office after official race results are received.

Rookie of the year awards will be given at the national banquet in December.

Dynamic Drivelines had a pair of national champions last season in Justin Kay, also the Deery Series king, and Jesse Baldwin.

Information about the complete line of drive shafts and other products available from Dynamic Drivelines is posted on the www.dynamicdrivelines.com website. Bennett can be contacted at 515 720-8994.

“I’ve known Mike for a number of years and we both wanted to make sure the timing was right when putting this program together,” IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder said. “We spent a couple hours discussing it at PRI last fall and now is the perfect time to announce their involvement.”