IMCA Modified, SportMod drivers chase Bob Harris Enterprises special event awards

AMES, Iowa – A company with a long association with IMCA continues its program of special events awards for three sanctioned divisions in 2017.

Bob Harris Enterprises of Ames, Iowa, again gives two free shock rebuilds to top 10 finishers at each of 30 IMCA Modified specials, and at 15 Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod and Scoggin-Dickey Parts Center Southern SportMod specials.

A drawing will be held following the regular point season to award Race Tech Info Dirt Chassis School packages to a driver in each division. Drawing winners last year were Joel Rust and Adam Arm­strong.

Certificates for the shock rebuilds are mailed within a week after special events results are re­ceived at the IMCA home office. Race Tech Info seminar certificates go in the mail this fall.

Owner Bob Harris has a lengthy association with IMCA and the Modified division, and also pro­motes the Harris Clash. The 26th annual event is Tuesday, Aug. 8 at Hamilton County Speedway in Webster City. Modifieds will race for $2,000 to win and Northern SportMods for $1,000.

Modified winners of features on designated race nights at 10 area tracks will be entered in a 10-lap dash that pays $500 to win.

“I have had a great working relationship with IMCA since the beginning. I applaud IMCA for doing their best at creating a level field which creates great racing,” Harris said. “The IMCA customers are terrific to work with and support.  It is a privilege to be able to give back to such a great group.”

Information about the Race Tech Info chassis schools, set-up DVDs and shock rebuilds is availa­ble by calling 515 292-9200 and at the website.

The 2017 season is Bob Harris Enterprises’ sixth as an IMCA sponsor.

“There are many avenues through which IMCA drivers can get shocks repaired and BHE is certainly one with an outstanding history of success,” observed IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder. “There are so many services Bob offers that can help make a racer faster that it makes sense to tap into that wealth of knowledge whenever possible.”