Karl Companies highlight IMCA support with Super Nationals crate engine awards

DES MOINES, Iowa – The Karl Companies’ season-long support for IMCA drivers in five divisions is again highlighted with awards given at the premier event in all of dirt track racing, the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s.

Karl Kustoms provides a portion of the $9,500 point fund to be paid to top 10 drivers in national point standings for Northern SportMods for a 16th consecutive season. 

The Des Moines high performance parts manufacturer and distributor also awards $50 gift cards to top five finishers in national Northern SportMod, Smiley’s Racing Products Southern SportMod, IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock and Mach-1 Sport Compact point standings. 

Drivers in each of those divisions must display two Karl logos on their race car to be eligible for post-season point shares, which will be presented during the national awards banquet in November or mailed beginning the following week from the IMCA home office. 

Modified, Northern SportMod and Hobby Stock drivers who win Saturday night main events at Super Nationals receive new GM 604 or 602 crate engines, to be awarded on stage during the victory lane celebrations that follow during the final race program at Boone Speedway. 

Top three crate engine finishers in those divisions receive cash bonuses of $250, $150 and $100, respectively. 

And Karl Chevrolet, the new and pre-owned automotive dealership located in Ankeny, is a designated 5-star crate engine supplier. 

The 2021 season is the Karl Companies’ 23rd as sponsors of IMCA Racing. 

More information is available at www.karlkustoms.com and www.karlchevrolet.com, on Facebook and Twitter. 

“This is one of the cornerstone programs for IMCA and Carl Moyer and his team have not only supported racing, but specifically IMCA racing for decades,” IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder said. “As Karl continues to expand with new dealerships we continue to expand with new divisions, making both companies true leaders in the automotive industry.”