BOWLING GREEN, Ky. – For an 18th season, IMCA drivers will be in the running for contingency awards from Holley Performance.
The Bowling Green, Ky., company is manufacturer of the official carburetor of IMCA and returns to the decal program for IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars; drivers in that division must display two Holley decals to be eligible for national and regional point fund shares.
Holley again awards 750 cfm gas or alcohol HP carburetors to top eligible drivers in each of the five Xtreme Motor Sports Modified regions. Product certificates valued at $350, $250, $100 and $100 go to the next four drivers.
Top three drivers in both Northern and Southern Stock Car regions earn 350 or 500 cfm carburetors. Fourth and fifth place drivers receive $100 product certificates and sixth through 10th place finishers each get $50 certificates.
Top eligible drivers based on national Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod and Scoggin-Dickey Parts Center Southern SportMod standings determine claim engine recipients of 500 cfm carburetors or crate engine recipients of 650 cfm carburetors.
Runners-up receive $175 certificates, with $125 for third and $50 for both fourth and fifth.
Both the national IMCA Late Model rookie of the year and the Deery Brothers Summer Series rookie of the year get 4150 series gas carburetors.
Drivers in all five divisions must compete with Holley-manufactured carburetors to be eligible and proof of purchase may be required. Modified, Stock Car and SportMod drivers must return a sign-up form to the IMCA home office by Aug. 1.
Awards will be presented during the national banquet in November or mailed beginning the following week from the IMCA home office.
Information about Holley-manufactured products is available by calling 866 464-6553, on Facebook and at the www.holley.com website.
“IMCA really values our relationship with Holley Performance and we’ll continue to require quality Holley carburetors as we have in previous seasons,” emphasized IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder. “They manufacture the best carburetors in the industry and at this time we see no reason to deviate from that plan.”