Charities will be big winners at IMCA Duel In The Desert

LAS VEGAS, Nev. – They won’t appear in victory lane but a host of charities will be winners at the upcoming Duel In The Desert.

IMCA Modified, IMCA Sunoco Stock Car and Karl Kustoms Northern SportMod drivers competing at the Nov. 9-14 Duel, at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway Dirt Track, with best appearing charity wraps or paint schemes, square off in minimum $1,000 to win features on Saturday night. 

The Duel promotional is focusing its energy on helping promote the more than 30 local, state and national charities to be represented on the track in Las Vegas, raising awareness before sharing personal driver stories before drivers dictate the results on the track to end the 23rd annual event.

Online donations will be collected via the official page on the website and added to the overall purse of each division as directed by those donating. 

Top three finishers in each best appearing feature take home $1,000, $250 and $125 plus online donations. 

All donations must be submitted through the official form or they will not be counted. There are three options for donating:

*Donate to a spot (final race finishing order) … If designated to a spot, money is 50 percent to the driver and 50 percent to charity.

*Donate to a driver … If designated to a driver, money is 50 percent to driver, 50 percent to charity.

* Or donate to a specific charity.