IMCA Modified special events drivers chase Brinn Transmission awards for 19th season

BAY CITY, Mich. – IMCA Modified special events competitors chase awards from Brinn Transmission for a 19th season. 

Top five finishers at 30 designated IMCA Modified specials receive $50 product certificates. All 150 of those drivers will be entered in a random drawing, with the winner receiving a new transmission from the Bay City, Mich., manufacturer. 

Brinn begins the second year of a three-year pact that continues through a second decade of sponsorship and includes IMCA’s biggest event. The pole starter at the IMCA Speed­way Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s Saturday night Modified main also receives a new transmission. The 33 qualifiers for that fea­ture, as well as the 12 Harris Auto Rac­ing Race of Champions starters receive $50 product certifi­cates. 

Additionally, champions of special series for Modifieds earn free transmission rebuilds. 

Brinn product certificates will be mailed from the IMCA home office within a week after official results from designated specials are received. Tripp Gaylord of Lakewood, Colo., runner-up at RPM Speedway’s Fall Classic, won the transmission drawing held last December. 

“Congratulations to Tripp and the other Brinn product winners during the 2020 race season,” said Brinn’s Bob Kietzman. “We are proud to partner with IMCA and look forward to our continued relationship for many years to come.” 

“It is always great to be able to announce the continuation of the Brinn program by shining light on a free transmission winner from the previous season,” IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder observed. “Brinn has experienced significant return on investment through this program and we’re excited to get started on a new season.”