Summit Racing Equipment enlists in second IMCA national decal program

TALLMADGE, Ohio – Summit Racing Equipment becomes part of the national decal program for a second IMCA division this season.

The Tallmadge, Ohio high performance parts retailer takes on the new role for IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stocks while returning to the national program for IMCA Modifieds. Drivers in both classes will be required to display two Summit decals on their race car in 2017.

Those decals will be included in packets mailed to drivers beginning this spring. Deadline for sending car photos to the IMCA home office proving decal placement is Aug. 1.

“Summit Racing has been involved with IMCA for many years and this is a great opportunity to extend our support,” said Jim Greenleaf, Summit Racing’s Motorsports and Events Manager. “It is exciting to see the continued growth of dirt car racing across the country and we’re proud to support the great racers who are making it happen.”

In its eighth season as an IMCA sponsor, Summit again gives gift cards with a total value of $14,000 based on official regional or national point standings.

One hundred dollar gift cards go to top 10 finishers in each of the five Modified regions, both IMCA Sunoco Stock Car regions and both Hobby Stock regions.

Top 10 drivers in national standings for IMCA Late Models, IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Cars, Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods, Scoggin-Dickey Parts Center Southern SportMods and Mach-1 Sport Compacts also receive $100 gift cards.

Gift cards will be presented during the national awards banquet in November or mailed beginning the following week.

Information about Summit products is available at the website, on Facebook and by calling 800 230-3030.

“We will release the required decal placement sheets for all divisions soon, but want our Hobby Stock members to plan for Summit decals and logos for the 2017 season,” IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder commented. “Any time we can add value for our marketing partners as well as our members we certainly look to expand programs, and Summit does just that this season.”