ABBOTT, Texas – Drivers in IMCA’s Sport Compact division will race under the Mach-1 Sport Compact banner for a lucky 13th consecutive season.
The Abbott, Texas, company provides a portion of the $1,000 point fund that will be paid to top 10 drivers in 2021 national standings for the 4-cylinder class. This is the third season in the latest three-year agreement with Mach-1.
Sport Compact drivers must display two Mach-1 logos on their race car to be eligible for point fund shares.
Growth in the division saw Sport Compacts sanctioned in Oregon for the first time in 2020. Ramsey Meyer of Pierce, Neb., won his career third national championship and Jack Bransom of Burleson, Texas, was national rookie of the year.
And Kaytee DeVries of Spencer, Iowa, collected 19 Sport Compact victories on her way to earning Lady Eagle honors for the third time.
Information about Mach-1 support and consulting services is available by calling Gary Mach at 254 537-3040.
“Gary has been a very loyal supporter of this division for well over a decade now and he continues that commitment for the 2021 racing season,” commented IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder. “We are very grateful for the longevity of this sponsorship and plan to keep it rolling.”