VINTON, Iowa – Fifteen chassis builders are in the running for national and regional honors in IMCA’s Manufacturer’s Cup contest.
Standings will again be based on makes of chassis driven by top 10 drivers in each region. 2019 champions will be named based on points for individual regions while the builder with the highest point total overall will be named IMCA’s national Manufacturer of the Year.
The national Manufacturer of the Year receives a trophy, to be presented during the IMCA awards banquet in Lincoln, Neb., in November. The top builder in each of the five regions receives a $100 cash prize and a plaque.
“It is a pleasure each season to be able to highlight the very best IMCA Modified chassis builders across the country through this program,” said IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder. “Last season we saw a different manufacturer capture each regional championship and we anticipate that diversified success will continue, and be rewarded in 2019.”
First-time Manufacturer’s Cup entries are Assault Race Cars of Story City, S & J Motorsports of Wheatland and Victory Race Cars of Story City.
Chassis builders returning to Cup competition include B & B Racing Chassis of Belle Plaine, Minn.; BMS Race Cars of Great Bend, Kan.; CAM Chassis of Midlothian, Texas; DeVilbiss Racing Chassis of Farmington, N.M.; Dirt Works Race Cars of Oronogo, Mo.; GRT Race Cars of Greenbrier, Ark.; Harris Auto Racing of Boone; Jet Racing of Beatrice, Neb.; Larry Shaw Race Cars of Batesville, Ark.; Rage Chassis of West Union; Razor Chassis of Platte Center, Neb.; and Side Biter Chassis of Clear Lake.
All builders entered in the Manufacturers’ Cup contest have the opportunity to display a car at Boone Speedway during the Sept. 2-7 IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s.
Larry Shaw Race Cars is the two-time defending national Manufacturer of the Year.