TORRANCE, Calif. – Claim engine competitors in general and Stock Car regional champions in particular are beneficiaries of Edelbrock’s 2016 contingency awards program with IMCA.
Highest finishing claim drivers in point standings for each of the five Xtreme Motor Sports IMCA Modified regions receive 2975 Victor Jr. intakes from the Torrance, Calif., company.
The highest finishing claim engine drivers in both IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock regions and in national Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod and Scoggin-Dickey Parts Center Southern SportMod points have a choice between 2701 Chevrolet, 7121 Ford and 2176 Chrysler intakes.
Second through fifth place claim engine drivers in each Modified, Stock Car and Hobby Stock region, and in national Northern and Southern SportMod standings all receive $50 product certificates.
Modified and Stock Car regional rookies of the year receive $25 product certificates.
And for a second consecutive year, top drivers in Northern and Southern Stock Car regions receive Edelbrock- 2701, 7121 or 2176 intakes.
All awards will be presented during the national banquet in November or mailed beginning the following week from the IMCA home office.
“Edelbrock has been involved with IMCA for 18 years. We are delighted to come back for the 2016 racing season and support an outstanding organization as well as a great group of racers,” said Sales Manager Troy Hooker. “Edelbrock has worked with IMCA to develop a program that will get the winning racer the exact product they need for their race car and division. We at Edelbrock want the racers to understand that we are an American-made company supporting American-made racers. Good luck in 2016.”
Information about Edelbrock products is available by calling 310 781-2222, at the www.edelbrock.com website and on Facebook.
“This is really a buffet of aftermarket awards and designed to ensure racers are presented with what they need following an outstanding season,” IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder stated. “The Edelbrock line of products is the highest quality and the choice of so many IMCA racers.”