Zamp Racing giving new awards to IMCA Junior National Champion, Lady Eagle

BOISE, Idaho – The accomplishments of two more IMCA drivers will be recognized this season by Zamp Racing.

Zamp gives Z-Tech Series SFI-approved head and neck restraint systems with complete helmet kits to both the 2020 Junior National Champion and Lady Eagle winner.

IMCA’s first Junior National Championship is open to drivers ages 13-18 while all female drivers vie for the Lady Eagle; both titles will be contested by drivers in all eight divisions.

“Going into our second year with IMCA, we are super excited to expand our relationship with IMCA and all IMCA drivers, said Zamp Inc. President David Zampierin. “You’ll see many new products coming out in 2020 with the feedback received from IMCA drivers.  Zamp’s  goal is to offer leading quality, features, fit, value and safety.”

Zamp, of Boise, Idaho, manufactures helmets and head and neck restraint systems and again gives $100 product certificates to IMCA Sunoco Late Model, IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Car, Karl Kustoms Northern SportMod, Smiley’s Racing Products Southern SportMod and Mach-1 Sport Compact national champions, and each IMCA Modified, IMCA Sunoco Stock Car and IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock regional cham­pion. 

Those certificates can be applied toward purchase of Z-Tech Series head and neck restraints. 

Champions crowned during the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s re­ceive Zamp RZ-35 Dirt SA2015 helmets. All Zamp awards will be presented during the IMCA na­tional banquet in November.

Information about the complete line of Zamp products, which also includes driver’s suits, gloves and shoes, is available by calling 208 506-3030 or 866 842-9267, and at the www.zamp-rac­ website.

“Zamp is relatively new to IMCA circles but in the short time they have supported IMCA racers their popularity has increased dramatically,” stated Kevin Yoder, director of marketing for IMCA. “We are really excited to announce this new backing of our Junior National and Lady Eagle champions and know drivers will be safer as a result.”