ORONOGO, Mo. – Modified drivers in IMCA’s Eastern Region enjoy regional title sponsorship for a fourth consecutive season by Dirt Works Race Cars.
The Oronogo, Mo., chassis builder again provides a portion of the $6,000 to be paid to top 10 drivers in final point standings for the region that includes sanctioned tracks and events in New York, Michigan, Alabama and Florida.
The regional championship is worth $2,500. The runner-up earns $1,250, with $625 for third, $325 for fourth, $300 for fifth and $200 for sixth through 10th place. Drivers must display two Dirt Works Race Cars decals on their race cars to be eligible for point fund shares.
Dirt Works is owned by veteran driver Jerry Hoffman and is a sister company to Hoffman Race Cars.
More information about either make of chassis is available by calling 417 673-7426 or 417 465-2410. The company websites are www.hoffmanracecars.com and www.dirtworksracecars.com.
Regional points will be awarded for all Bay Area Emerald Coast Tour events in Alabama and Florida. Weekly sanctions continue in Michigan and New York. Points earned at the first eight Atomicwraps.com Empire State Series events also figure toward regional standings.
Seventeen-year-old Keith Lamphere became the youngest IMCA driver to win a Modified regional crown when he paced the East last season.
“Consistency is important and it is wonderful to have Dirt Works represent the Modified drivers in the Eastern region for the fourth year in a row,” said IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder. “We’ve enjoyed working with Jerry Hoffman and Dirt Works and certainly thank them for the continued support.”
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